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RESOURCE PRODUCTIVITY IN ORNAMENTAL PLANTS PRODUCTION IN JOS METROPOLIS, NIGERIA

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RESOURCE PRODUCTIVITY IN ORNAMENTAL PLANTS PRODUCTION IN JOS METROPOLIS, NIGERIA

 

 

ABSTRACT

 

This study was undertaken to analyze resource productivity in

ornamental plants production within Jos metropolis of Nigeria. The

study covered Jos North and Jos South local government areas. The

specific objectives include: identifying the effect of socio-economic

factors on resource productivity, determining costs and returns, and

resource productivity in ornamental plants production.

An extensive literature review was carried out to provide an indepth

knowledge of the study. The cluster sampling procedure was

used because the nurseries are located in clusters. Data was collected

from the nursery owners. Six respondents from each cluster and five

clusters from each local government area were selected using the

simple random sampling method at each sampling stage. Each of the

two local government areas was administered the 30 questionnaires

making a total of 60 respondents.

 

 

Results revealed that 60% of respondents were aged between 41

– 50, while 80% had some years of tertiary education. Also 60% of the

respondents’ nurseries were less than a quarter of an acre. About 40%

had horticulture as their primary occupation, while 40% and 20% had

business and civil service respectively as their primary occupation.

The ornamental plants producers made a net farm income of

N351,196 per annum and a naira invested gave returns of N1.10.

The regression analysis gave positive coefficients for labour,

cuttings, pesticides, water, top soil and polythenes which were

significant (P<0.05). However, manure, fuel transportation and annual

rent had negative coefficient. Also the regression coefficient of socio

economic variables such as education, age, nursery size were positive

and significant. Household size had a positive coefficient but was

insignificant (P<0.05). Ornamental production experience had a

negative coefficient and was insignificant

 

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