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A Study on the Cost Analysis of Tomato and Onion in Coimbatore District of Tamil Nadu, India

Raneesh Das, Muthuselva K, Vasanthapriya K, Nivedha G G

Abstract


In agriculture sector where farmers and agribusinesses have to make countless decisions every day and it is very complicated since it involves the various elements that are manipulating and influencing them. An extremely important issue for agricultural planning is the accurate price calculation for the numerous crops. Data analysis is necessary approach for accomplishing practical and effective solution for this problem. Agriculture has been the understandable objective for the big data. The various factors like environmental condition, properties of the soil, different inputs and the commodity price have made it more important for the farmers to get information for making important farming decisions. This report focuses on the analysis of the crop price to determine the fluctuation of the price and to help the farmer to make important decisions and to increase their income.


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