Economics of Dutch Rose cultivation in 2020

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Economics of Dutch Rose cultivation

Dutch rose is one of the important commercial cut flower crops in the Greenhouse. Dutch rose has high demand in the national & international market. Before start dutch rose farming in the greenhouse, We must be aware of Economics of Dutch Rose cultivation.

Export from India (2016-17)

  • Quantity: 0.03 Thousand MT
  • Value: 141.45 Lakh Rupees

( source: nhb.gov.in)

Economics of Dutch Rose cultivation


Dutch rose demand increase day by day, The demand for Dutch rose is high in this days.

  • Valentine day.
  • New year.
  • Christmas.
  • Marriage season.

Major Dutch rose Producing States/Districts in India:

  • West Bengal (Medinipur East, Medinipur West, Nadia, 24 Paraganas North  Howrah, etc.)
  • Karnataka (Bangalore Rural, Kolar, Bengaluru Urban, Chikballapur Ramanagara, etc.)
  • Gujarat (Bharuch, Vadodara, Kheda, Ahmadabad, Valsad, etc.)
  • Chhattisgarh (Korba, Bilaspur, Kondagaon, Raipur, Mungeli, etc.)

Dutch rose cultivated mostly for export purpose so that dutch rose grower can earn a decent amount of profit.

Read more about Dutch rose cultivation guide

Government promoting Dutch rose cultivation and giving subsidy approximate  30-80%   ( subsidy percentage depend upon which state you belong)

you can find all subsidy related details on National Horticulture Board  & National Horticulture mission

The initial investment for dutch rose cultivation is very high; bank provides agriculture loan.

bank lane dutch rose economicsThe initial investment required for 0.5 acres is around 23-25 lacs and time needed for break even in dutch rose farming is approximately 2.5  -3 years.

Dutch rose is the perennial crop that is lives more than two years. Expert dutch rose cultivator takes continue production around 8-12 years.

Economics of Dutch Rose Cultivation:

Area of Polyhouse2008 square/meter
Polyhouse ConstructionPolyhousas per NHB norms,
GI pipe structure & imported
plastic @ Rs. 750 / per Sq. mtr.
Irrigation SystemDrip Irrigation system for plants
.Misting system, Fertigation,
unit,Water Filtration unit
Bed PreparationBed prepared
with Red Soil, Rice Husk,
FYM, Sand, etc.
PlantsPlant Density:,7.5 plants / Sq. Mtr.
totall Plants: 15,060 Nos
Cost of one Plant: Rs. 12 / plant
Total Investment2,094,720
Working Capital
Electricity3.0 unit/day50,000
Water requirementApproximate per year50,000
FertilizersWater Soluble Fertilizers60,000
Labour3- 4 labours per day250,000
Crop ProtectionSpraying60,000
Packing Material,
Transport, Sales
Packing material and
MiscellaneousMaintenance, Depreciation226,800
Returns Per Year
Yield / Plant / Year30451,800
Price per Flower in Rs.33
Total ReturnsPer Year1,355,400
Cost of CultivationPer Year816,800
Net ReturnPer Year538,600

Disclaimer: (The above calculations are indicative only.)

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Dutch rose demand increase upward while studying Economics of Dutch Rose cultivation we can surely say Dutch rose cultivation is a good option for a farmer, be able to earn approximately 40,000-45,000₹ per month.

About the author

amar sawant

amar sawant

Amar Sawant is a Hi-tech farmer, Greenhouse consultant, and trainer. He works for more than seven years as agri-entrepreneur.


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