International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies
Volume 1, Issue 3, 2021
Economics of pomegranate in two Villages (Kariz and Qala E Bost) of Lashkergah District, Helmand, Afghanistan
Author(s): Ali Ahmad, Shah Mahmood Baray, Naqibullah Mujadidi, Mohammad Naim Kakar, Sifatullah Ashna
This research was conducted in 2020, to study the “Economics of pomegranate in two Villages (Kariz and Qala E Bost) of Lashkergah District, Helmand, Afghanistan” with the sample size of 30 respondents. The main objectives of the research were, to analyze the cost of production, to find out the net revenue and comparison of two villages. On an average, both villages, total cost incurred by the small size farms, medium size farms and large size farms were (Af.97150), and (Af.160500) and (Af.346230) respectively. The average Net Returns obtained by small size farms, medium and large size farms were (Af.76900), and (Af.148050), and (Af.353070) respectively. This was conformed from the finding of the study that Kariz village cost of production were lower than Qala e Bost Village and considering the net returns among these two villages, Qala E bost was higher than Kariz Village.
Keywords: Cost of Production, Net Returns and Problems
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