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Profitability Analysis Of Tabasco Chillies Grown By Smallholder Farmers In Nyanga District, Manicaland Province, Zimbabwe
This study analysed the profitability of tabasco chillies production in Nyanga and soci-economic factors impacting on profitability. The study used data collected from a sample of 119 smallholder farmers. Average gross margin per hectare was US$1,215.37. Average GRR and NRR per hectare were estimated at 1.14 and 0.94 respectively. The significant factors having a positive impact on profitability is market linkage while those that negatively impacted on profitability are land preparation and weeding costs, fertiliser and labour costs. The overall model was significant, signalling a good selection of variables into the model.
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