Best Books – Agro-Project Cash Flow Analysis and Finance

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Agro-Project Cash Flow Analysis and Finance subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Agro-Project Cash Flow Analysis and Finance along with reviews.

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1. “Pyrolysis as a Basic Technology for Large Agro-Energy Projects” by E Mattucci and G Grassi

“Pyrolysis as a Basic Technology for Large Agro-Energy Projects” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book covers the topics of biomass fuels, pyrolysis, energy conversion and agriculture. It also covers the topics of agricultural wastes, forests and pyrolysis products like pyrolytic oils. It discusses the organic compounds, energy sources and international organisations in the field of agriculture. It also reviews the concepts of thermochemical processes and renewable energy sources. This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

2. “Detailed Project Profiles On Plantation (Agro Based Projects)” by Ajay Kumar Gupta

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“Detailed Project Profiles On Plantation (Agro Based Projects)” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book discusses in great detail about plantation. It also discusses how natural advantage and protectionist policies impact the location of a plantation. Demand, supply and output of plantations are also discussed. It discusses various plantations like teak plantation, rubber plantation, papaya cultivation, etc. This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

3. “Hort-Agro Project and Agriculture Science” by R K Sud and Sudhir Kumar

“Hort-Agro Project and Agriculture Science” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book discusses the wood market and its intricacies in great detail. It also covers the topics of cosmetology, perfumery and aromatherapy. It discusses the upliftment of business oriented plantations by the government of India. It covers the concepts of post harvest technology, culinary plant values and the raising of economic nurseries. This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

4. “Profitable Agro Based Projects” by Niir Bord of Food Technologists

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“Profitable Agro Based Projects” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book talks about different cereals such as corn, sorghum, rice and wheat. This book discusses how cereals are consumed by cattles and poultry, and then they are eaten as meat. It covers the topics of production of glucose, alcohols, oils and adhesives from cereals. It also discusses how cereals are being used as raw material in various industries like the paper industry, alcohol industry and metal casting industry. This book has included agricultural data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

5. “modern technology of agro processing and food packaging products with project profiles” by EIRI Board

“modern technology of agro processing and food packaging products with project profiles” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and candle manufacturing. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book covers the topics of raw materials and equipment. It also covers the topics of candle making, candle power, novelty candles, etc. It reviews the concepts of wax melting, surface techniques, moulds and machines. It also examines the topics of mosquito repellent candles, smokeless candles, magic candles and perfumed candles. This book has included many diagrams. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

6. “Agrarian Power Agri (South Asia Political Economy Project)” by Desai

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“Agrarian Power Agri (South Asia Political Economy Project)” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book discusses the contemporary mentalities and the historical forces that shape the modern day environment. It also discusses the elements of Eurasian history, technology, rituals and ecology. It discusses agrarian history and its marginality. It also covers the relation of culture and politics with the economy. This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

7. “RESEARCH ON THE IMPACT MECHANISM OF CARBON TARIFF AND CARBON LABELING ON AGRI-TRADE AND EMISSIONS REDUCTION” by Chuanmin SHUAI and Xin CHENG

“RESEARCH ON THE IMPACT MECHANISM OF CARBON TARIFF AND CARBON LABELING ON AGRI-TRADE AND EMISSIONS REDUCTION” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book covers the impact mechanism of carbon labelling and tariffs on agri-trade reduction. It discusses the hypothesis of game theory and carbon factor movement. It also reviews the impact of carbon on agri-trade and macroeconomy. It has included an empirical analysis of carbon labels based on Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

8. “Handbook On Agro Based Industries” by NPCS Board

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“Handbook On Agro Based Industries” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book discusses the agro-industry and how it helps in stabilising agriculture. It also discusses how it creates more employment opportunities and makes agriculture more lucrative. It covers the topics of commercialization and diversification of agriculture. It also covers the topics of gel and powder, banana powder, mango pickles, aloe vera juice and ginger products. This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

9. “Potato And Potato Products: Cultivation Seed Production Manuring Harvesting Organic Farming Storage And Processing” by NPCS

“Potato And Potato Products: Cultivation Seed Production Manuring Harvesting Organic Farming Storage And Processing” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book discusses potatoes and the various products derived from potatoes. It reviews the constituents of potato tubers which are carbohydrates, minerals, dietary fiber, etc. It discusses how 25% potatoes which get spoiled can be saved by preservation of various processed products. It deals with the evolution, history, origin and spread of potato and its quality requirements. This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

10. “Institutional Credit Flow to Farmers in Hill: An Analysis of Credit Gap” by Narendra Agri and Sanjai Kumar Srivastava

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“Institutional Credit Flow to Farmers in Hill: An Analysis of Credit Gap” Book Review: This book is written for the undergraduate students of agricultural engineering and economics. It can also be used by working professionals as a reference. This book discusses the credit flow from financial institutions to farmers in the hilly regions of India. It also discusses the negligible savings of small and marginal farmers and the need for credit. It reviews the problems of farmers not getting credit in adequate quantities at the right time in spite of having many financial institutions in the region. It examines the major policy implications and the need to recast the extension programmes. This book has included financial data. It also has many practical examples to simplify the concepts.

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