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MANAGEMENT OF BETEL VINES COST OF CULTIVATION

Bharat Vitthal Patil,

Journal Title:SCHOLARLY RECSEARCH JOURNAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Abstract


Cost of betel vine cultivation and returns collected on the sale of betel vine leaves were known as most important factor in betel vine cultivation . C ultivators were well conversant with the cost of cultivation of betel vine . The growers of betel vine expected on the basis of cost of cultivation. Generally, price of any article was mostly dependent on cost and pr of it expected by the produce s and m ediato r s. The careful analysis of cost and income assisted to fix a certain price which was accepted by Consumer s. The analysis of cost and income assist ed betel vine cultivators to control unnecessary and excess expenses while using inputs. Cultivators realized to control expenses for earning more income and even a moderate price was fixed by them to relie ve customer . This again furnished cultivators to estimate capital requirements for meeting productive and unproductive expense . C ultivators brought a certain quantity of betel vine leaves for sale on a certain price. Price of the betel leaves were determin ed by mediators and were paid to cultivators after deducting commission, transportation , loading unloading and other charges etc. Betel vine (Piper Betl e Linn.) was an important commercial cash crop. In India the area under betel vine cultivation was 42287 hectares, in Maharashtra it was 4093 hectares. Betel vine leaves were used for chewing in India and other Asian countries. It was grown inside the artificial created forest area where humidity was more. The betel vine leaves were absolutely indispensable for celebrating marriages, many religious and social functions. Betel vine leaves were treated as holy symptoms for preserving bliss in the family and friendship.

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