Cost Benefit Analysis of Kharip Hybrid Jowar of Walwa Tehsil

Dr.S. N. Mane


The cost benefit analysis carried out in the study is just not for understanding profitability. It is in this sense it is useful to observed in the study of commerce and economics. Therefore cost of production of jowar is assumed to be the cost of natural recourses consumed by the crop. It also helps to understand any other alternate crop which can fetch more profit utilizing similar quantity of natural recourses. Further labour observed in the study is used to understand capacity of the crop to generate employment for local labor force.

                   The study of cost benefit analysis is very important for any crop that can be observed the economic profitability of the farmer. To identify problems related to use of water resources, employment potentials and cash flow analysis.

It gives the cost structure which is useful to understand cash flow along employment generated for local population. It may also be used for identifying proper cropping pattern to reduce the requirement of water without compromising profitability. It help to identify physical, social and economic issues. 


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