Agribusiness

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Cost-effectiveness and Resource Use Efficiency of Sweet Potato in Bangladesh

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In Bangladesh sweet potato is the 4th most important source of carbohydrate after rice, wheat and potato. The study was conducted to determine the profitability and resources use efficiency of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas Poir) in Bangladesh. This study also aimed to find the factors affecting gross return of sweet potato production. A total of 100 farmers were selected from the study area through stratified random sampling technique and face to face interview was conducted to collect primary data.

Authors: 
Tanvir Ahmed
Authors: 
Sudhir Chandra Nath
Authors: 
S.S.R.M. Mahe Alam Sorwar
Authors: 
Harun -OR-Rashid
Publisher: 
Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development
Year: 
2,015

Marketing Volume Transaction Analysis of Dates in Saudi Arabia

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Marketing volume transaction in Saudi Arabia, including marketing characteristics, volume, prices, marketing channels, and loss analysis, were considered as study objectives. Results of the research paper showed that the average annual activity in date marketing amounted to about 820.5 tons of date as a total transaction for an average dealer. This amount contains all date varieties in the major date production regions including Sukkari, Khalas, Segae, Barhi, Ajwa, and other date varieties.

Authors: 
SH Alkahtani
Authors: 
AM Al-Abdulkader
Authors: 
SM Ismaiel
Publisher: 
International Journal of Agricultural Marketing
Year: 
2,016

High Tunnel Production: The Basics for Success and Three Case Studies on Profitability

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This publication summarizes a project that  took place in the Mid-Atlantic region, but high tunnels can be successfully used in a wide variety of climates and locations. They are especially profitable when located close to good markets, such as urban and periurban areas.   

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Publisher: 
University of Maryland Extension
Year: 
2,013

Gestión de riesgos de la agricultura familiar en America Latina y el Caribe

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Authors: 
Joaquín Arias Segura
Publisher: 
IICA
Year: 
2,015

El Mercado de Cerezas en el Reino Unido

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Calidad y frescura, son las principales demandas de los exigentes consumidores británicos. Las cerezas son consumidas en el Reino Unido principalmente por segmentos socio-económicos altos.  A lo anterior, se suma un incremento en el consumo de cerezas orgánicas, lo que genera un desafío pero, a la vez, una oportunidad para la produccion chilena.

Authors: 
ProChile
Publisher: 
ProChile
Year: 
2,016

Plan estratégico y programa de inversión para el desarrollo competitivo y sostenible de la cadena de valor de Marañon en Honduras

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Este documento integra las necesidades, los esfuerzos y la visión de las distintas organizaciones de productores, procesadores, comercializadores, instituciones (público y privado) y demás actores de la Cadena de Marañón, cada una con sus particularidades y complejidades, para convertir el rubro en una actividad económicamente rentable, atractiva y sostenible, que permita mejorar el bienestar de todos los involucrados.

Authors: 
IICA
Publisher: 
IICA
Year: 
2,016

Informe anual 2015 del IICA: agricultura, oportunidad de desarrollo en las Américas

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Authors: 
IICA
Publisher: 
IICA
Year: 
2,015

Uso eficiente de la energía en las cadenas agrícolas de alimentos

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Esta entrega del IICA pretende la sistematización de metodologías e indicadores en el uso eficiente de la energía, para el incremento de la productividad y la eficiencia productiva de las cadenas agrícolas de alimentos.

Authors: 
Vega Charpentier, Orlando
Publisher: 
IICA
Year: 
2,016

Understanding Consumer Acceptance of Early Harvested 'Hayward' Kiwifruit

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During two seasons, ‘in-store’ consumer acceptance tests were performed to determine the relationship between ripe soluble solids concentration (RSSC) and/or ripe titratable acidity (RTA) on ‘Hayward’ kiwifruit consumer acceptance. For this, 252 consumers were presented kiwifruit slice samples with RSSC of 11.0, 12.0, 13.0, and 14.0% with a RTA ranging from 0.8 to 1.2%. Kiwifruit with RSSC that ranged from 11.6 to 13.5% were always liked by consumers but with different degrees of liking.

Authors: 
Carlos H. Crisosto
Authors: 
Gayle M. Crisosto
Publisher: 
Postharvert Biology and Technology
Year: 
2,001

El valor de la certificación ISO 9001 en las Pymes españolas dedicadas a la producción agrícola: incidencia de la crisis económica

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Authors: 
J.M. Brotons
Authors: 
M.E. Sansalvador
Publisher: 
ITEA
Year: 
2,016
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