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|Title:||Economic Analysis of Flower Cultivation in Arazi Line Block of Varanasi District|
|Authors:||Singh, Manish Kumar|
Singh, Anand Kumar
|Abstract:||India has a long tradition of floriculture. In present scenario it is very important economically for small size farmers of city area. Considering this fact the present study was planned. Seven village of Arazi Line block of district Varanasi were selected for the present study. Forty flower grower farmers were selected from these villages. Cost and return of these flower grower farmers were studied in two size of farms. They were divided in small (0-2.5 Acre) and large ( 2.5 Acre and above). Three flower namely Marigold, Rose and Chrysanthemum were selected for the study. Marigold occupied the highest average area 9.841 acre followed by Rose 1.72 acre and Chrysanthemum 0.42 acre in both size of farms (small and large). The per acre average input cost of marigold on small farms came to Rs. 13295.50. It was Rs. 14875.35 on small size groups of farmers and 11715.59 on large size group of farmers. The per acre average gross return on sample farms came to Rs. 63116.0. The net income per acre of sample farms came to Rs. 49821.45. The average input cost per acre of Rose on farms came to Rs. 20445.25 whenever per acre average gross return came to Rs. 30808.00. The average net return per acre came to be Rs. 10363.25. The average input cost per acre of Chrysanthemum came to Rs. 16675.00. The per acre average gross return came to be Rs. 37500.00. The average net income per acre Rs. 375.00. The average net income per acre came to be 20828.00.|
|ISSN:||0975-2412 (Online); 0771-7706 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||BVAAP Vol.12(1) [June 2004]|
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