Performance of Rose Production in Sindh Pakistan

Irfana Noor Memon


The present study was intended to determine the economic analysis of rose production in district Hyderabad Sindh, Pakistan during 2012.Commercial farming of Rose has emerged as a remunerative enterprise in the diversified farming zone of Sindh Province but unfortunately common farmers of this area are not aware of its economic performance. The investigation on economic analysis of rose production in District Hyderabad was carried out during 2012, through survey method by randomly interviewing 60 rose growers. This sample was selected by random sampling techniques amongst the rose growers cultivating rose on commercial scale. It was studied that area devoted to rose averaged 3.53 acres per farm in district Hyderabad, during 2012.  The span of flowering life of bushes averaged 5 years and consequently one and half years data were collected to account for fixed and variable costs as well. Rose production realized total gross income of Rs.450674.60 and on an average spent Rs.234679.56 per farm, the study indicates that each grower per acre realized gross income of Rs.127669.86, spent Rs.66481.46 and earned net profit of Rs.61188.40.The input-output ratio was 1:1.89 and the cost-benefit ratio was 1:0.89 investing a rupee.

Keywords: Rose, Sampling, Commercial, Production, Percentage

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