ANALYSIS AND FORECASTING OF PROFIT BY USING SIMULATION MODELS FOR GROWING PEA IN CONVENTIONAL AND ORGANIC PLANT PRODUCTION IN SERBIA
Bean is the third most important food legume crop of the world after soybean and groundnuts; it provides an important source of dietary proteins, carbohydrates, minerals and fber essential in human nutrition worldwide. A high, per capita bean consumption of 13 to 40 kg yr-1 was observed in developing countries. In EU developed countries, market of the organic products is growing in average 10 % per annum, but this growth has not been followed by production growth and this is the chance for Serbian products. Organic bean growing enables the producers a higher proft. Expenses in organic production are higher (2170 EUR/ha) than those in conventional bean production (1825 EUR/ha). However, net proft in the organic production was estimated to 1440 EUR/ha, while the proft in the conventional concept was 315 EUR/ha. Also, proftability rate and the economic effciency coeffcient had higher values when growing bean in organic concept.
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