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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

An economic analysis and constraints of mustard production in gird agro-climatic region of Madhya Pradesh

Author(s):
Rajendra Singh Bareliya, Deo Prabhakar Rai, Ankit Soni and Pradeep K Patidar
Abstract:
The Madhya Pradesh occupies the second position in the mustard area in India. The highest area under mustard was found to be occupied by Gird agro-climatic region. Bhind district was selected on the basis of the maximum area of Mustard. The cost C3 of cultivation was found to be a maximum ₹ 65457.82 ha-1 in large size of farms followed by medium (₹ 59950.21 ha-1) and small (₹ 55861.53 ha-1) size of farms in cultivation of mustard. An average farmer was also found to be received ₹ 4608.18/ha from sold by products. Thus, an average farmer was found to be a gross return obtained ₹ 100793.43/ha from the cultivation of mustard. He was found to be real income obtained ₹ 41986.66/ha. His family labour, farm business and farm investment income were also calculated and found to be ₹ 54769.36, 72198.77 and 59416.07 per hectare, respectively. This finding was found to be similar across the size of farms with minor variation. The technological constraints were found to be affected by mustard production in the study area, it may be enhancing the productivity of mustard if properly solved the constraints in the mustard production area.
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How to cite this article:
Rajendra Singh Bareliya, Deo Prabhakar Rai, Ankit Soni and Pradeep K Patidar. An economic analysis and constraints of mustard production in gird agro-climatic region of Madhya Pradesh. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 1356-1359.

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