The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 11
Page No. 2809 - 2816

Potential of Malaysian Growers in Vegetable Farming

Authors : Noraniza Yusoff

Abstract: Agriculture continues as the basis in Asian states. Contract farming increases critical consideration regarding food output in Asian states with regard to distribution of wealth, opportunities and privileges within a society, environment ability to last over time and incorporated control. The contract farmers are experiencing difficulty due to inadequacy of dealing ability for their farm harvests, paying defers, approach to great quality seeds and fertilizers, obtainable power and water, logistics, a means of conveyance and post-harvest processing basic facilities as well as facts on fertilizers and pesticides usage and related hazards. Studies on vegetable farming concern on season and collective cropping arrangement to enhance effectiveness use lesser inputs and support natural sources. These characteristics could rectify output and marketing exercises to cultivate healthy foods and increase profitableness. The purpose of this study is to examine the potential of Malaysian growers in vegetable farming by analyzing the yield and profit in vegetables cultivation. Research methodology of this study used quantitative approach to collect and analyze data. Data analysis of the study used linear regression to analyze vegetable yield and profit. The result shows that R value represents the simple correlation between vegetable harvest and gain. The regression model statistically significantly predicts the gain in vegetable farming. In conclusion, the return in vegetable farming is associated with harvest of the cultivation.

How to cite this article:

Noraniza Yusoff , 2016. Potential of Malaysian Growers in Vegetable Farming. The Social Sciences, 11: 2809-2816.

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