Supply Chain Management in Tomatoes

Presented By Dr. Sangita. Warade

Department of Agricultural Economics & Statistics Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth, Akola

Traditional tomatoes supply

Modern Tomato supply

Supply Chain Management: Supply chain management (SCM) is the management of a network of interconnected businesses involved in the ultimate provision of product and service packages required by end customers (Harland, 1996).

Objectives 1. To study the socio-economic characteristics of the tomato growers. 2.To study the economics of the tomatoes 3.To study the supply chain management in modern and traditional tomatoes retailing centre

Sample size 1. Tomato growers registered to Modern Chain = 30 2. Tomato growers non-registered to Modern Chain = 30 3. Tomato growers from Akola(in area of non-modern outlet area)= 30 Methods
1. The Economics is estimated on the basis of standard cost concepts 2. Chain Efficiency: (Total quantity procured in the chain – Total quantity lost in the chain) ________________________________________________________ Total quantity procured in the chain
Higher the ratio, higher will be the efficiency.

Socio-Economic Status of the Tomato Cultivators 1. Family Size of Tomato Cultivators
NonTomato Registered Registered Cultivators Cultivators at Cultivators at in nonModern Sr. Member Modern outlet modern outlet No s in same area outlet area Per Per Percen Per Percen Percen famil fami t family t t y ly 1 Male 2.25 38.73 1.99 39.48 2.00 44.44 2 3 4 Female Children Total 2.1 1.46 5.81 36.14 25.13 100.00 1.8 1.25 5.04 35.71 24.80 1.73 0.77 38.52 17.11

100.00 4.50 100.00

2. Educational Status of the Tomato Cultivators. (in percent)
Registered Cultivators at Modern outlet 0.00 3.33 36.67 46.67 13.33 100.00 NonRegistered Cultivators at Modern outlet in same area 10.00 13.33 30.00 36.67 10.00 100.00 Tomato Cultivators in nonmodern outlet area 6.67 14.81 25.19 51.11 2.22 100.00

S. No 1 2 3 4 5 6

Level of Education PrimaryIlliterate to 4th School(1 std) School Level (5th to 7 th std) High School (8th to 12 std) Collegiate education Total

3. Land Use Pattern of Tomato Cultivators. Area in hectares
Registered Cultivators at Modern outlet Per Farm 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Total Land Holding Fallow Land Net operating Land Area sown more than once Gross Cropped Area(GCA) Irrigated Area Cropping Intensity 1.66 0.01 1.64 1.64 3.28 1.64 197.59   Percent age share in GCA 50.61 0.30 50.00 50.00 100.00 50.00

S.No

Particulars

Non- Registered Tomato Cultivators at Cultivators in nonModern outlet in modern outlet same area area Percent Percent Per Per age age Farm Farm share in share in GCA GCA 1.73 0.02 1.71 1.71 3.42 1.71 197.69   50.58 0.58 50.00 50.00 100.00 50.00 3.80 0.28 3.52 1.36 4.88 1.35 128.34   77.92 5.79 72.13 27.87 100.00 27.73

4. Cropping Pattern of Tomato Cultivator
Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Crops

Tomato Cabbage Cauliflower Dilleaves Brinjal Coriander Onion Garlic Methi Other vegetables Total Vegetables   12 Cotton 13 Grapes 14 Sugarcane 15 Pulses 16 Cereals 17 Oilseeds 18 Other Crops Other than Gross Cropped 19 Vegetables 20 Area

Non- Registered Registered Cultivators at Cultivators at Modern outlet in Modern outlet same area Area Percent Area Percent per share per share farm in GCA farm in GCA 0.65 19.82 0.31 9.06 0.37 11.28 0.26 7.60 0.34 10.37 0.13 3.80 0.09 2.74 0.07 2.05 0.25 7.62 0.11 3.22 0.18 5.49 0.12 3.51 0.15 4.57 0.42 12.28 0.07 2.13 0.04 1.17 0.41 12.50 0.28 8.19 0.03 0.91 0.24 7.02 2.54 77.44 1.98 57.89           0.04 1.22 0.09 2.63 0.21 6.40 0.37 10.82 0.34 10.37 0.44 12.87 0.03 0.91 0.12 3.51 0.07 2.13 0.25 7.31 0.03 0.91 0.13 3.80 0.02 0.61 0.04 1.17   0.74 3.28 22.56 100.00 1.44 3.42 42.11 100.00

Tomato Cultivators in non-modern outlet area Area Percent per share farm in GCA 0.32 6.56 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0.11 2.25 0 0.00 0.01 0.20 0.04 0.82 0.48 9.84   0.31 6.35 0 0.00 0.01 0.20 1.22 25.00 0.81 16.60 2.05 42.01 0.00 4.4 4.88 90.16 100.00

5. Fixed Capital Assets of the tomato cultivators Per farm
Registered Cultivators at Modern outlet Non-Registered Tomato Cultivators at Cultivators in Modern outlet non-modern in same area outlet area Perce Perce Percen Value Value Value nt nt t 164502. 152424.6 148700.0 00 59.60 0 58.40 0 57.67 75468.0 28.78 74333.33 28.83 0 25500.0 27.34 75110.00 0 4576.00 5177.00 787.00 276010 .00 9.24 24909.80 1.66 1.88 0.29 100.0 0 3566.70 4165.00 822.00 260998. 10 9.54 26400.00 1.37 1.60 0.31 100.0 0 3426.67 4165.00 10.24 1.33 1.62

Sr. No.

Particulars

1 2 3 4 5 6  

Buildings Irrigation infrastructures Animals Machinery Implements Other unit Total

800.00 0.31 257825. 00 100.00

6. Economics of Tomato Cultivation
Sr. No. 1 Particulars Registered Cultivators at Modern outlet Non- Registered Cultivators at Modern outlet in same area Tomato Cultivators in non-modern outlet area Yield Cost A Cost B Cost C Gross Return 142709.79 Net Return Cost A 93569.83 Net Return Cost C 62197.83 B:C ratio 1.77

242.60

49139.96

76184.92 80511.96

2

218.70

49985.49

71408.48 74225.60

106666.55

56681.06

32440.96

1.44

3

202.00

31462.08

46053.27 50783.07

63337.10

31875.02

12554.03

1.25

Economics of Tomato Cultivation

Efficiency in Procurement from Producer to Consumer Per Quintal
Sr. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Activity Packing Uploading Transportation Grading Downloading Weighing Total Loss Tomato loss (kg) 0.84 0.59 19.58 0.21 1.28 1.34 23.84 Percent Share 3.52 2.47 82.13 0.89 5.35 5.64 100.00

Overall Efficiency: (100-23.84)/100 = 0.76

Note: The figures in unitalic and italic parentheses are the percentage to cost of cultivation and share in consumers rupee

Note: The figures in unitalic and italic parentheses are the percentage to cost of cultivation and share in consumers rupee

Note: The figures in unitalic and italic parentheses are the percentage to cost of cultivation and share in consumers rupee

Conclusion The tomato cultivators involved in the modern supply chain are more profitable and the consumers also more beneficial from modern supply chain as compared to traditional

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