Data Report on Horticultural Farming

Data Report on Horticultural Farming

An exemplary aspect of research methodology solves economic puzzles and data fragments. Concepts regarding methods used depends on the type of data analyzed, and the findings correlating with each other. Data representation is common in every field since research cannot coexist without the concept. Cognitive analysis of antique subjects and field works combined can interpret logistical equations and issues, and establish a space for a research finding, such as the Panel Analysis. For instance, the research conducted in the context entails growing of horticultural plants like flowers, the extraction process and the impact of flower in an ecosystem (Miller, 2012).

Horticultural farming law policies entail sections of the derivative approach of data handling. The primary data source is the main data technique used in conducting levies experiment. The case comes by since the analysis of different breeds of flowers is conducted at a firsthand concept. The number of greenhouses per given area is best measured or estimated through a self-administered survey, through enumeration techniques and depict the favorable landmarks for conducting empirical analysis.

Horticultural entities encounter payment per the volume of flowers extracted, by the small scale and large scale farmers. Removing herbs outside greenhouses entails covering the operations costs in the field outlet, and ensure biosecurity does not tamper. Technological advancements enable genetic modification of flowers and commercialize the products at a faster rate, cutting a ready global market easily (Tanaka, 2009). Extraction of long tons of horticultural plants like 19 cents per kilo equates to $6.48m annually, depending on the methodology used. However, the selected area must be re-planted, through considerations of the land spaces at a favorable scale, to surpass extra charges during screening.

The flowers grown outside greenhouses are essential for ecological functions. For instance, Rugosa hybrids with breast circumference of 12.4 cm are conducted through semi-skilled enumerators. The concentration of flowers per given range entails enumerations in a statistical survey. The horticultural board approves commercial flower growing are allocated as 123 flowers per greenhouse (Tanaka, 2009), including hybrid flowers. Such cases make unregulated pruning activity complex, for the evaluation of flowers per unit will depict any ripped section.

Essentially, the study provided a background for the methodologies used, according to the importance of homegrown flowers in the ecosystem, and how the case heavily influences honey extraction. For instance, Grandiflora roses which are three canes thick, with a 5/16 inch margin, are extracted in numerous ways, but only the essential method formalizes the entire practice (Miller, 2012). The context alienates the plants’ volumes from recorded dimensions. The experiment establishes an understanding and an estimation of homestead gardens for flower samples, and the cash flow derived from the extraction process. The case is conducted with the aim of determining the values for horticultural plants growing outside greenhouses, at a given scale of 1:50 000. The land holding size entails landless, marginal, with an extent of less than 1 ha, a small scale ranging from 1.023 to 2.35 ha, large scale less than 3ha and medium size with a range of 2.13 to 2.98 ha.

The aspects of excavating and analyzing proper landholding will determine the logistics output. Consumable items like undercarriages, tires; winch cables generators; sprinklers, pipes and pulley machines for small scale landmark, depreciate depending on the time frame generated during derivative methods of field survey. Water pumping machine is created from an irrigation scheme system, whereby pipe holding cut inside gardens with greenhouse tents and allocated to every row. When the survey is conducted at a fixed time frame, fuel used in generators (petroleum) equates to $19.50 per liter. Diesel used by the motorcade in field study is equivalent to $22.8 per liter.




Miller, W. (2012). Current status of growth regulator usage in flower bulb forcing in North America. Floriculture and Ornamental Plant Biotechnology6(1), 35-44.

Tanaka, Y., Brugliera, F., & Chandler, S. (2009). Recent progress of flower color modification by biotechnology. International journal of molecular sciences10(12), 5350-5369.