Evaluation of Returns and Risks in the Forms of Garlic Market: Seed Versus in Natura

Luciano Bendlin • Katia Adrieli Vichinheski • Nazareth Pires Martins Spautz • Viviane Maciel Scherer

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Abstract

The garlic plant hortense Liliaceae, very used as spice, giving flavor to food and can be used in medicinal treatment. Its cultivation is an annual crop with all its processes since the preparation of the earth to their harvest. The context of this work was to evaluate their production, their use, their risks and seed and its consumption in natura. Their samplings were selected in Três Barras Town, Santa Catarina in 2014 harvest period. Among the seed (bulb) and in natura even with the risk of losses with fungal or bacterial their culture is considered a good harvest, because the climate is very favorable to its cultivation, detailing its costs of production and the difference between the crop seed and in natura. This study has used the Multi-index methodology to the analyzes and calculations for the comprehensive, such as: analysis of the 8.25% ROIA for garlic in natura and 7.44% in garlic seed on the initial investment. The cash flow based on monthly statements, involving expenditure on machinery, preparation of the land, among others. An initial investment of R$ 39.756,64 for both harvests. Getting a VPL R$63.188,55 for garlic in natura and R$54.303,99 for garlic seed, its IBC considering the values of 2.59% for garlic in natura and 2.37 for garlic seed. The information about TMA/TRI were well satisfactory for the return of the harvest, as all cultures have risks, this harvest is approximately 50% for both types being in the seed and in natura. The data was passed by the Crystal Ball for attesting and validation of calculations where is approved investment in agribusiness.

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International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology

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