An experiment was carried out to study the production potential and economic feasibility of intercropping lemon and vegetable crops. The productivity of the intercropping systems was found to differ significantly. The highest gross return was obtained from the lemon + French bean intercropping system and the lowest gross return was obtained from sole lemon for two years in a row. The highest benefit - cost ratio was recorded in lemon + French bean intercropped (3.94), followed by T7 (3.70) and T4 (3.54). From the present investigation, it was apparent that the lemon + French bean intercropping system was found to be the best from the view point of equivalent yield and economics.