Vol. 6, Issue 4 (2017)
Economics of papaya in Bidar district of Karnataka
Author(s): Javedmiyan and Dr. Dinesh Kumar
Abstract: The study was conducted in the year 2016 – 2017 to study the “Economics of Papaya in BIDAR district of Karnataka” with a sample of 120 respondents. It revealed that, the cost of cultivation Papaya for small, medium and large of farms groups were Rs125892.23/ha, Rs122618.67/ha and Rs119642.33/ha respectively. Average cost of cultivation in different size farms group was Rs122978.00/ha. The Gross Returns obtained per hectare by small size farms were high (Rs. 390000.00/ha) as compare to medium and large size farms (Rs.370000.00 /ha and Rs.353333.00 /ha) respectively. Net returns per hectare were highest in small size farms (Rs264107.67/ha) compare to the medium and large size farms (Rs.247381.33 /ha and 233691.00/ha). Cost A1 was highest in small size farms (Rs. 120572.67/ha) followed by medium size farms (Rs. 118105.67/ha) and lowest in large size farms (Rs116284.33/ha) respectively. Cost A2 in small, medium and large size of farms groups was Rs. 120572.67/ha, Rs118105.67/ha and Rs.116284.33 /ha respectively. Cost B was highest in small size farms (Rs130625.67/ha) as compared to medium size farms (Rs128152.00/ha) and in large size of farms (Rs126325.67/ha) respectively. Cost C was highest in small size farms (Rs. 125982.33/ha) and lowest in large size farms (Rs. 119642.33/ha). Farm business income in small, medium and large size of farms group was Rs269427.33/ha, Rs. 251894.33/ha and Rs. 237049.00/ha respectively. Farm investment income was highest in small size farms (Rs.274107.67/ha) as compared to medium size farms (Rs.257427.67 /ha) and lowest in large size farms (Rs243699.00/ha) respectively. Family labour income was Rs259374.33/ha for small size farms group, Rs.241848.00/ha for medium size farms group and Rs.227007.67/ha for large size of farms group.
How to cite this article:
Javedmiyan, Dr. Dinesh Kumar. Economics of papaya in Bidar district of Karnataka. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2017;6(4):879-881.