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dc.contributor.advisorKamble, S. H.-
dc.contributor.authorKale, Renuka Diliprao-
dc.description.abstractMandarin Orange {Citrus reticulate) locally called as ‘Nagpuri santra’ belong to family ‘Rutaceae’originated from the warm southern slope of Himalaya in northern India India has produced production of about 2906.00 thousand MT of mandarin orange from total area about 3.11 lakh hectares. In Maharashtra, area under mandarin orange was about 1.28 lakh hectare with production and productivity 500 thousand MT and 3.9 MT/ha respectively. It was one of the major crop in Amravati district. Area under mandarin orange in Amravati district was 53662.39 hectares and production was 375.63 MT during 2012-13. Multistage sampling design was adopted in selection of district, tehsil, villages. In the first stage, Amravati district was selected. In the second stage, Amravati, Warud, Morshi and Chandur Bazar tehsils of Amravati district were selected. In third stage, two villages from each tahsils were selected. Thus from each village, ten mandarin orange growers were selected. In this way from eight villages of four tehsils, eighty mandarin orange growers were selected. The techniques like tabular analysis, functional analysis; project analysis techniques were used to analyze the data in the present study. In order to determine the establishment cost of mandarin orange garden, thus the result revealed that establishment cost was ?326745.9. In order to determine profitability in mandarin orange production, costs and returns are important aspects. The result revealed that per hectare, net profit was ?52049.51 mandarin orange production. Cost-C was ?130155.56 in mandarin orange production. In general, output-input ratio was 1.40. Per quintal cost of production was ? 1087.3 7 in mandarin orange production. It observed that the present net investment for mandarin orange garden was ?297.38 per ha at 27 per cent discount rate for mandarin orange enterprise. Hence investment was found feasible. In general, it was observed that price spread was higher in Channel-II. Higher cost of labour, nonavailability of labour, water scarcity, natural disaster, fluctuation in market price, high commission charges, lack of availability of market information were major constraints faced by the mandarin orange growers in production and marketing of mandarin orange.en_US
dc.publisherVasantrao Naik Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth, Parbhanien_US
dc.titleEconomics of production and marketing of Mandarin orange in Amravati districten_US
dc.subAgricultural Economicsen_US
dc.keywordsSoil, Aonla, Vegetative, Ascorbic acid, Fiberen_US
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