An Economical Study of Brutia pine (Pinusbrutia) Plantings Utilized in Aforestation, Latakia, Syria

International Journal of Agriculture & Environmental Science
© 2019 by SSRG - IJAES Journal
Volume 6 Issue 2
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Urwah Suleiman, Prof. Dr. NidalDarwish, Prof. Dr. zuheir shater
: 10.14445/23942568/IJAES-V6I2P103
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MLA Style:

Urwah Suleiman, Prof. Dr. NidalDarwish, Prof. Dr. Zuheir Shater, "An Economical Study of Brutia pine (Pinusbrutia) Plantings Utilized in Aforestation, Latakia, Syria" SSRG International Journal of Agriculture & Environmental Science 6.2 (2019): 14-17.

APA Style:

Urwah Suleiman, Prof. Dr. NidalDarwish, Prof. Dr. Zuheir Shater,(2019). An Economical Study of Brutia pine (Pinusbrutia) Plantings Utilized in Aforestation, Latakia, Syria. SSRG International Journal of Agriculture & Environmental Science 6(2), 14-17.

Abstract:

The study was performed in Latakia governorate (Al Hanadi Nursery) , Syria. The research purposed to survey the costs of planting Brutia pine (Pinusbrutia) utilized in afforesting some fire-damaged forest sites in Latakia governorate, working on analyzing those costs and optimally calculating their economic returns.
Descriptive analytical method was adopted in data computation, assessment, and interpretation to arrive at beneficial scientific results.
The study showed that gross product equals 1710000 SP. /dunum, whereas total productive costs amounted to 1151780.9 SP./dunum, and profit per dunum reached 558219 SP./dunum. These results are beneficial for the appropriate planning of a better and more accurate artificial afforestation process.

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Key Words:

Brutia pine (Pinusbrutia), total margin, profit.