Uman NUH | today: 08/29/2019

ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY OF CHAMOMILE GROWING DEPENDING ON THE RESEARCHED FACTORS – IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE RIGHTBANK FOREST-STEPPE

Author(s) Bakhmat M. , Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, , Podilsky State Agrarian Technical University
Padalko T. , , , Podilsky State Agrarian Technical University
Vyshnevska L. V. , PhD in Agriculture, Associate Professor , Uman National University of Horticulture
Category 201 "Agronomy"
year 2019 issue №1, 2019
pages 44-47 index UDK 633.88:582.998.2:338.43:631.559(477.43/.44+477.84/.85)
DOI 10.31395/2310-0478-2019-1-44-47 (Link)
Abstract The current state and trends of the development of foreign trade in medicinal plant raw materials are analyzed. The results of the research revealed that chamomile plants significantly react to the soil-climatic conditions of the region, technological methods, however, the well-established production and marketing of products, makes it possible to obtain a profit margin of chamomile production of 146% in the conditions of successful implementation. It was proved that the highest indices for the production of chamomile plants were noted during the autumn sowing period by high-yielding variety Perlyna Lisostepu at the rate of 6.0 kg/ha. On average, in 2017–2018, the yield of inflorescences in this variant was 2.10 g from the plant, while the value of gross output at that was 105 th UAH/ha for production costs – 42,7 th UAH/ha.
Key words chamomile, variety, sowing period, seeding rate, economic efficiency, profitability level, production cost, yield
Download    (Total: 4)