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Volume 4, Number 1 (2018)

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Volume 1, Number 8 (2014)

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Volume 1, Number 7 (2014)


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Profitability of Tomato Production in Jere Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria
The study determined the profitability of dry season tomato production among small scale
farmers in Lake Alau of Jere Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria. Primary data for
the study was collected using structured questionnaires and oral interviews from 60 tomato
farmers. Four villages notable for tomato production were purposively selected, and from each
village, 15 farmers were randomly selected. The data collected were analyzed using descriptive
statistics and gross margin analysis. Findings from the study revealed that tomato production in
area was exclusively carried out by men, majority of whom are small scale farmers (95%) that
are still in their economically productive years (96.7%). Analysis of the various cost incurred in
tomato production and the revenue realized revealed that tomato production is profitable, with a
gross margin of N430, 342.50 per hectare. However, the farmers do not feel adequately
remunerated for their efforts as low price for their product was considered the most important
problem. Based on the findings above, government and the private sector, especially large
conglomerates venturing into vertically integrated agribusiness should collaborate to make it
easy for farmers to acquire modern equipment for farm operations, efficient irrigation and
storage. Research should be intensified into developing cheap and environmentally sustainable
methods of soil fertility and pest and disease management. Finally, extension systems should be
strengthened to ensure that farmers adopt and appropriately use the improved technologies
being introduced. Tijjani, M. S., Bukar, A. U., Wakawa, R. C. and Alkali, A.

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