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Intensity and Labour Consumption of Integrated Production in Horticultural Farms

By Anna Szeląg-Sikora, Michał Cupiał and Marcin Niemiec

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AbstractThe paper presents economic efficiency of work in the horticultural production in the selected farms which carry out the integrated production. At the average, one man-hour was paid 0.09 PLNk·man-hour-1. Taking into consideration the use structure in the investigated objects, the intensity of production organization was determined. The production was varied (it was within the intensity range of 213-393 points) and the differences resulted directly from the participation of the grain cultivation area and currant plantation in particular farms. A field work mechanization degree is, inter alia, a factor that influences the labour inputs level. Thus, an annual use of farm tractors was also determined. It was 400hours. The paper covers farms associated in the formalized producer's group

Publisher: Published by Elsevier B.V.
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1016/j.aaspro.2015.12.040
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