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Economic Analysis of Integrated Farming Systems in Uttar Kannada District of Karnataka

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP342    | Article Id: BKAP342 | Page : 242-246
Citation :- Economic Analysis of Integrated Farming Systems in Uttar Kannada District of Karnataka.Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2021.(36):242-246
S.M. Shruthi, N.R. Mamle Desai shrumaya569@gmail.com
Address : Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad-580 005, Karnataka, India.
Submitted Date : 2-08-2021
Accepted Date : 7-10-2021

Abstract

Background: The present study was conducted in Uttar Kannada district of Karnataka as a project on integrated farming systems was implemented in this district by University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad during the year 2013-15. It was considered for study in master’s research. 
Methods: Under the study three taluks viz., Sirsi, Mundagod and Bhatkala were selected with an overall objective of identifying and analyzing and the economics of integrated farming systems. The relevant data collected from primary sources through personal interview method were analyzed by tabular and production function techniques. Four main integrated farming systems followed by majority of the farmers in the study area are selected for study, viz., Integrated Farming System-I,II,III,IV.
Result: The study revealed that the total cost under Integrated Farming Systems-III was highest with Rs. 129023, while it was Rs. 115388, Rs.115266 and Rs. 97434 respectively in Integrated Farming Systems-I,II and IV. net farm returns was highest under Integrated Farming Systems-I which was Rs. 86351. In all the different integrated farming systems, the labour and seed cost had significant influence on gross returns. The seed and feed were underutilized, fertilizer, FYM and land were over utilized.

Keywords

Cost Integrated farming system Production function Returns

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