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Determinants That Affecting the Production of Haricot Bean by Small Holder Farmers in Oromia Region of Ethiopia

Received: Jun. 02, 2021    Accepted: Jul. 08, 2021    Published: Jul. 15, 2021
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Haricot bean is an important pulse crop, which serves as consumption and basis for income, but its output and production are minima. So, this study aimed to analyze the factor affecting haricot bean producer smallholder farmers Oromia regional state of Ethiopia. The data for the analysis were obtained from the World Bank data published on their website in 2018. The result of the regression shows it is likely to rise production of haricot bean by increasing the source of seed, fertilizer or manure, education, total income, family size, and the land size these factors significantly affect production positively but the price is significantly influencing smallholder farmers production of haricot bean negatively. The program inferences of the results are to have to educate the smallholder farmers, encouraging using educated family, providing access haricot bean seed for smallholder producer farmers, setting minimum procurement price for inputs and providing input subsidies, ease delivery of inputs, encouraging and training ways allocating land for different haricot bean crop, diversified income sources should be created to increase the income of the farmers. The Government, Ministry of agriculture, the regional office of agriculture, Zonal agricultural office and woreda’s Agricultural office, Non-governmental Organization, Investigators, and academicians are needed additional encourage the production of improved haricot beans by designing based on farmer's problems and need.

DOI 10.11648/j.rd.20210202.14
Published in Research & Development ( Volume 2, Issue 2, June 2021 )
Page(s) 32-35
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Log-linear, Haricot Bean, Production, Oromia, Ethiopia

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