Theingi Myint

Afflication
Department of Agricultural Economics Yezin Agricultural University, Myanmar
Job Title
Professor
E-mail
theingi.myint@gmail.com

Latest Submission of the Author

ABSTRACT Myanmar's second most significant cereal crop after rice is corn, and it is farmed all around the country. Corn is used for both export and country consumption (animal feed and food processing). However, there is a scarcity of study on the cost and profitability of sweet corn production...
Country: Myanmar Topic: Agriculture
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ABSTRACT Edible oil in Myanmar plays an important role as an essential food item in the daily diet of the Burmese people. Considering the growth rate of the population in the country, it is assumed that the per capita edible oil consumption will be increased yearly based on the population and...
Country: Myanmar Topic: Agribusiness
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ABSTRACT This paper reviews the development of the edible oil sector in Myanmar. Oilseed crops, namely groundnut, sesame, sunflower, mustard and niger, are one of the major crops in Myanmar and it covers 16% of the national cultivated area. At present, about 90% of domestic edible oil mills have...
Country: Myanmar Topic: Agriculture
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ABSTRACT There is a saying in Myanmar that “Rice, Edible oil and Salt” are the three essential food items for living. This highlights the imperative role that edible oil self-sufficient plays in Myanmar people’s daily consumption. To meet the increasing demand of qualified edible oil, it is...
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ABSTRACT Potato becomes one of the potential crops for global food security issue because of its high nutrient content and goodness of eating. In Myanmar, potato is widely grown in Southern Shan State. Therefore, this research aims to study the profitability of potato production in four...
Country: Myanmar Topic: Agriculture
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