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2023, Vol. 8, Special Issue 5, Part E

Work out the input output relationship of pea production in the study area


Author(s): Raj Kumar Yadav, Dr. Shishir Kumar Singh, Dr. Naveen Kumar, Dr. Ajay Singh, Sunil Kumar Jakhar and Kalpesh Upadhaya

Abstract: On sample farms, pea costs and returns per hectare have been calculated and are shown in this section. For the manufacture of peas, many cost approaches were employed. Gross income, net income, and family labour income per hectare were assessed and appraised. As a result, farm business income was used to measure farm profits. Large farms had the highest cost of cultivation per hectare (Rs. 57389.06), mostly because they invested the most in fixed capital compared to Medium and Marginal farms. The study also reveals that, on average, the principal component for which the highest cost was paid was determined to be human labour, at 15.60%, followed by machinery costs, manures and fertiliser, seed, irrigation, and plant protection, at 12.57, 4.83, 5.08, 3.74, and 2.20%, respectively.

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Raj Kumar Yadav, Dr. Shishir Kumar Singh, Dr. Naveen Kumar, Dr. Ajay Singh, Sunil Kumar Jakhar, Kalpesh Upadhaya. Work out the input output relationship of pea production in the study area. Int J Stat Appl Math 2023;8(5S):322-324.

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