2 edition of Economics of maize production in N.W.F.P. found in the catalog.
Economics of maize production in N.W.F.P.
by Institute of Economic Studies, N.W.F.P., University of Peshawar in [Peshawar]
Written in English
|Statement||by Fazli Wahid and Mohammad Iqbal.|
|Series||Publication / Institute of Economic Studies, N.W.F.P., University of Peshawar ;, no. 141, Publication (University of Peshawar. Institute of Economic Studies) ;, no. 141.|
|Contributions||Iqbal, Mohammad, M.Sc.|
|LC Classifications||HC440.5 .P46 no. 141, HD9049.C8P18 .P46 no. 141|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 99 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||84930578|
In addition, the book provides theory of Production Function and Economic Efficiency. As a case study of maize production in the Jammu region of J&K State, the book provides empirical information about economical analysis of maize crop and is based on the secondary data as well as primary data and factual position prevailing in the farmers : Maize is the most abundant crop grown in the United States. America produces 32 percent of the world's maize crop, making it the global leader in maize production. China is the second largest producer of maize. The global demand for maize imports continues to increase.
Economic, analysis, irrigation, maize, production Maize (Zea mays), is one of the oldest and widely cultivated cereals in the world. It provides food for man and livestock. Maize production in Nigeria, however, has been experiencing a declining trend. One of these factors is climatic factors hence; thisFile Size: KB. Economic Analysis of Maize Production in Osun State: A Case Study of Ilesa East and West of Osun State Adesiyan Oluwafunmilola Felicia Department of Agricultural Economics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria Abstract The study examined the performance of maize production in Osun state and the factors affecting maizeAuthor: Adesiyan Oluwafunmilola Felicia.
SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF MAIZE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY ON FARMERS’ WELFARE IN SOUTHWEST, NIGERIA J. Cent. Eur. Agric. () , 17 Adoption rate (t) deﬁ ned as the ratio of area on improved variety to total area on the crop in the area, was found and it served as an input in economic impact assessment by: The main objective of this study is to examine factors influencing agricultural production among cooperative farmers in Anambra state, Nigeria. The specific are: i. To examine the types of food crops and cash crops cultivated by the cooperative farmers and the farmers’ output levels. by: 1.
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Economic Efficiency of Maize Production in Northern Nigeria: The Analyses of Technical and Allocative Efficiencies Using Stochastic Frontier Models [Nkiru C. Obidi (Mrs.)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Maize is a staple food crop for most sub-Saharan Africans of which Nigeria is inclusive with per capital kg/year of Traditionally, production ranged from – tonnes per hectare, but with improved methods and improved inputs, the yield could be up to 4 – 5 tonnes per hectare (Lamarde, ).
Maize is the most important cereal in Nigeria and is grown either as a vegetable at File Size: 2MB. Major problem in maize production were lack of technical assistance followed by inadequate irrigation facilities.
Proper training, extension service and government support on inputs would help in better socio-economic condition and production of maize. Keywords: Gender, maize, seed and Size: KB. Economic Efficiency and Constraints of Maize Production in the Northern Region of Bangladesh. gy 1(1): The study was conducted at the Sadar upazila of Dinajpur and Panchagarh to estimate the costs, returns and economic efficiency of maize production compared to Boro rice.
The growth rate of maize in theCited by: FACTORS AFFECTING ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY IN MAIZE PRODUCTION: THE CASE OF BORICHA WOREDA IN SIDAMA ZONE, SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA Bealu Tukela1, Endrias Geta, 2 and Tadesse Ababu 3 Abstract Maize is an important crop for food security File Size: KB.
This study presents the analysis economic efficiency of maize production In Huye District, Rwanda by using stochastic frontier cost function. The primary data were collected from 65 maize farmers Author: Ngabitsinze Jean Chrysostome. Global maize production, utilization, and consumption Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1) March w Reads.
It is planted on an estimated area of million hectare with an annual production of million tonnes. The bulk (97%) of the total production come from two major provinces, NWFP, accounting for 57% of the total area and 68% of total production. Punjab contribute 38% acreage with 30% of total maize grain production.
the origin of maize remains speculative and controversial as none of the theories is entirely satisfactory. Introduction of Maize in Africa: There is evidence that maize from Central and South is in-troduced to Europe in by Columbus~ and then spread to Africa (VanFile Size: 5MB.
is a platform for academics to share research papers. 3 Productivity and Economic Growth Dale W. Jorgenson Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to commemorate fifty years of research on economic measurement.
I have chosen a theme-economic growth and its sources-that has played a highly significant and continuing role in the Con-Cited by: This book will be a useful reference for students, scientists, technologists, and manufacturers who are involved in any facet of maize production and utilization.
Show less Maize: Recent Progress in Chemistry and Technology covers the proceedings of a symposium on the progress in chemistry and technology of maize. The objective of this chapter is to ascertain the production and processing methods of maize.
The production and processing are two important activities in the maize value chain. These two areas are presented in two different sections in this chapter. Section A deals with the maize production. Analysis of Economic Efficiency of Maize Production in Ganye local Government Area Adamawa state, Nigeria 1 Zalkuwi, J.
2 Y. Dia and 3R. Dia 1 Departments of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Adamawa State University P.M.B. 25 Mubi, Nigeria. Maize is an agricultural commodity of economic importance as a raw material for food and feed industries.
It is an agricultural commodity that provides an option for import under the agreement of ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA). Therefore, for the benefit of Thai farmers,File Size: KB. Keywords: Maize Production, Economic Analysis, peasant farmers.
INTRODUCTION Maize (Zea mays, L.) is one of the main cereal crops of West Africa, and the most important cereal food crops in Nigeria.
It comes after wheat and rice in terms of world importance. Maize is not only a major cereal crop in the present day world but it. Table Maize production trends in South Africa (//9) 26 Table Maize production variables included in the empirical maize Production function model 73 Table Results of the regression analysis 79 Table Estimates of elasticity to climate factors An economic analysis of maize production in the Kasai oriental region of Zaire: A research proposal (African Rural Employment Research Network.
Working paper) [Dean Linsenmeyer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Global maize production, utilization, and consumption Maize production, utilization, and economics Maize is grown throughout the world, although there are large differences in yields (Table 1). The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations indices of agricultural productionCited by: Maize has been identified as having a large potential for growth in production and profit for most farmers• Maize is the most widely grown crop in the Americas with million metric tons grown annually in the United States alone (although 40% of the crop - million tons -.
It is estimated that inthe total world production of maize wastons, 27 with the United States, China, and Brazil harvesting 31%, 24%, and 8% of Cited by: view of enhancing maize production, maize output has remained below domestic requirements in most of the years and the country continues to rely on imports to meet the deficits.
This leads us to question the responsiveness of maize production to economic Size: 1MB.Economic Analysis Of Maize Production 13 household size has been reported to have essential influences on the supply and availability of unpaid labour services, especially where maize production is labour intensive.
Similarly, the availability of family labour depends largely on .