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Vol. 12, Special Issue 11 (2023)

An economic analysis cauliflower production in Kondagaon district of Chhattisgarh state

Rupali, Anil Divya and Jeevan Lal Nag
Being a plentiful and affordable source of vitamins and minerals, vegetables play a significant role in the diet of Indian consumers. A research titled "An Economic Analysis of Production and Marketing of cauliflower Crop in Kondagaon district" has been made in an effort to answer this question. The study was carried out to achieve the particular goal. work out the cost and return of cauliflower crop in study area. The Kondagaon district of Chhattisgarh is where the current study was carried out. Based on the size of their holdings, 100 farmers were chosen from the two blocks of Kondagaon and Pharsgaon and divided into marginal, small, medium, and big farmers. For the years 2020–21, the primary data were gathered. The main conclusion of this study showed that the average farm size was calculated to be 2.35 hectares. Cropping intensity was reported to be 183.60 percent overall. Approximately 36.28, 33.81, and 29.89% of the total planted land was taken up by kharif, rabi, and zaid crops, respectively. Cauliflower had cultivation costs per hectare that, on average, were Rs. 113464 respectively. In the profitability of cauliflower crop were estimated and found to be at input-output ratio 1:2.66 On an overall basis Gross returns (total income) was observed to the Rs. 256500/ha, while net returns was found to be Rs. 143036/ha and overall production of cauliflower crop was 900 Rs./q.
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How to cite this article:
Rupali, Anil Divya and Jeevan Lal Nag. An economic analysis cauliflower production in Kondagaon district of Chhattisgarh state. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 180-184.
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