Vol. 6, Issue 5 (2017)
The supply chain management of Brinjal in the Darrang district of Assam (INDIA)
Author(s): Talukdar Bidyasagar, Baruah Utpal and Barman RN
Abstract: The study found that Cold Chain Facilities; Fragmented Supply Chain; Linkages and Integration between the partners; Taxation Issue; Infrastructure Facilities; Cost of Packaging Material; Technology and Techniques; Farmer's Knowledge and Awareness; Quality and Safety standards; Processing and Value Addition; Supply Chain inefficiency; Farmers income; Supply chain losses and wastage of fresh produce; Transportation facilities; The coefficient multiple determinations (R2) was found to be 0.961 which indicates that the 96.1 % variation in the dependent variable was described by the explanatory variables included in the model. It was found that post-harvest loss cost have significant (P value < 0.01) contribution to total marketing cost of vegetables in Darrang district, while handling, transportation and packaging costs were not found to be significant factors to contribute for total gross output value where assembling and storage were found to be negatively contributing factor but insignificant
How to cite this article:
Talukdar Bidyasagar, Baruah Utpal and Barman RN. The supply chain management of Brinjal in the Darrang district of Assam (INDIA). Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 2017; 6(5): 1702-1704.