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Umar A. S. S. (University of Maiduguri, Nigeria), Abdulkadir M. B. (Federal ministry of Agriculture, Abuja, Nigeria)
Analysis of Resource-Use Efficiency and Productivity of Residual Soil Moisture Tomato Production in Kaduna State, Nigeria
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (ILSHS), 2015, vol. 51, s. 152-157, tab., bibliogr. 13 poz.
Grunty rolne, Produkcja rolna
Arable land, Agricultural production
This study was conducted to examine the resource-use efficiency and productivity of residual soil moisture tomato production Kaduna state, Nigeria. Descriptive statistics and production function analysis were used to analyze the data. The result showed that the production function analysis showed that 54.55% of the residual soil moisture tomato yields among the sampled farmers were explained by the specified inputs. The coefficients of land and labour, and Seed/seedlings significantly influence the output of residual soil moisture of tomato production. Similarly, land and seed were under-utilized, while labour is the most was over used. To improve the efficiency of inputs used, the study recommends that farmer's access to modern technologies should be enhance, there should be effective and efficient extension service, easy access to formal credit facilities and also encourage them to form cooperative societies to enable them procure their inputs at reduce rate. (original abstract)
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