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Agricultural Economics and Management Journal   ISSN 0205-3845
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Sweet Orange Production and Farmers Livelihood effects in Manyu Division, Cameroon
Mbu Daniel Tambi, Arrey Thomas Mangeb
Abstract: The aimed of this study was to investigate the effects of sweet orange production on the livelihood among
farmers in Manyu Division, Cameroon. The study employed primary data collection through self-administered
questionnaires to sweet orange farmers and a total of 200 samples were selected. The study used descriptive statistics and Ordinary Least Square to estimate the result. The results from the linear regression analysis revealed that the drivers of sweet orange production are; age of respondent, farm experience, size of farm,
age of farm, cost of farm inputs, quantity of output and income from sales. The result from percentage ranking shows that the major constrains of sweet orange farmers are: credit facilities, lack of agrochemicals, absent of extension services, high cost of farm inputs, high cost of labour, pests and diseases and bush fire. The study recommended that agricultural credits should be extended to sweet orange farmers by the decision makers.
Keywords: Livelihood and Mamfe; Profitability Analysis; Sweet Orange Production
Date published: 2023-04-01
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