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Title: Análise técnica e econômica de diferentes sistemas de transplantio de café (Coffea arabica L.)
Other Titles: Technical and economic analysis of different coffee (Coffea arabica L.) transplanting system
Keywords: Cafeicultura
Custo operacional
Operational costs
Desempenho operacional
Mecanização agrícola
Composição de custos
Performance
Agricultural mechanization
Composition of costs
Issue Date: 2015
Citation: CUNHA, J. P. B. et al. Análise técnica e econômica de diferentes sistemas de transplantio de café (Coffea arabica L.). Coffee Science, Lavras, v. 10, n. 3, p. 289 - 297, jul./set. 2015.
Abstract: Coffee is a prominent crop in Brazil, so much that in recent years, coffee crop has undergone major changes such as the introduction of mechanization in different operations previously performed manually, and if the transplant operation using machinery has become an viable alternative for farmers enabling increased operational capacity. The trial was carried out in Nazareno- MG, aiming to conduct a technical and economic analysis of different systems of transplanting. This work was carried out employing mechanized assembly used for the realization of transplanting of cultivar Catuaí IAC 144. The time required to perform various operations in different sets of mechanized systems evaluated and their fixed and variable costs, and determined the operating performance were analyzed. Based on the results obtained, the system of mechanized transplanting showed higher technical and economic viability in relation to others. The depreciation, repairs and maintenance and fuel consumption are the components of costs that most affect the operating cost occurs in systems where use of machinery with greater intensity.
URI: http://repositorio.ufla.br/jspui/handle/1/13735
http://www.coffeescience.ufla.br/index.php/Coffeescience/article/view/857
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