Extent adoption

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  • The present investigation was carried out In Bhiwapur panchyat samiti Nagpur district of Maharashtra state in 2016-2017, to assess the level of adoption and utilization of sources of information. Ten villages were selected on the basis of chilli cultivation. From each selected village fifteen respondents were purposively selected for the study. Thus, total150 farmers were selected for the study. The “Ex-Post-Facto” Facto design of social research was used for investigation. Data were recorded through interview schedule and analyzed to use appropriate statistical methods.

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  • The evaluation of impact of ATMA involve measuring the relationship between farmers’ knowledge, extent of skill with the adoption of better practices or farm technologies, utilization of inputs and ultimately increase farm productivity and profitability and the related improvement in farm.

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  • The present study was conducted during 2017-18 in Belagavi district of Karnataka to analyze the extent of adoption of improved cultivation practices by turmeric growers. A total of 120 respondents were selected randomly which includes 60 respondents from Raibag and Gokaktaluks since production, productivity and area under turmeric was found to be maximum. The findings of the study revealed that, 47.50 per cent of turmeric growers belonged to medium level of overall adoption, followed by high (32.50 %) and low (20.00 %) level overall adoption of improved cultivation practices.

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  • Horticulture crop production has moved from rural confines to commercial ventures and has attracted youth since it has proved to be intellectually satisfying and economically rewarding. Intensifying horticulture has been boosted up by the diversification. In the present days, the food processing sectors play the significant role in diversification of horticultural produce. The present study was conducted in Navsari district of Gujarat in order to ascertain the relationship between selected profile of mango growers with awareness and adoption about value added techniques.

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  • Agriculture is considered as the backbone of India, where around 70 per cent of the population is dependent on agriculture and allied activities for their livelihood. Technology generation and adoption are identified as the most important aspects to increase the productivity and production of mango. Tremendous efforts have been made to develop packages of practiced for getting maximum yield. Hence, a study was taken up to access the adoption of recommended technologies in mango cultivation among 60 mango growers in Theni District.

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  • The present study was conducted in Awagarh block of Etah district of Uttar Pradesh to find out the extent of adoption of organic farming practices by farmers in crop production. Study revealed that majority of the farmers 60.00 per cent found to overall medium adoption group followed by low adoption group 22.00 per cent and high adoption of organic farming practices 18.00 per cent respectively. The adoption on different types of organic farming practices, 30.00 per cent farmers had completely adopted the weed control method followed by use of bird pitcher 24.

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  • The present study covers the Extent of adoption of the recommended chilli production technology by the chilli growers and relationship between selected attributes with the knowledge and adoption of Raipur District of Chhattisgarh. The chilli growers 39.17 per cent were of middle age group, 45.83 per cent of respondents were found to possess primary school level of education, 40.83 per cent belonged to SC/ST category and 38.33 per cent had low social participation. It was observed that most of the chilli growers 34.17 per cent had medium size of land holding, majority 55.

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  • The present study was undertaken in year 2014 and 2015 to study the factors affecting adoption of Maize cultivation practices in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir. There were 160 Gram panchayats, 385 villages and 4 towns viz. Rajouri, Thanamandi, Nowshera and Sunderbani. The district constitutes 8.81 percent of the geographical area of the state. There are 7 revenue tehsils viz; Rajouri, Thanamandi, Nowshera, Sunderbani, Budhal and Darhal with a total of 9 revenue blocks in district Rajouri.

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  • The present study was conducted in Parbhani, Nanded and Osmanabad districts of Maharashtra state with specific objectives; to study the extent of adoption of recommended practices disseminated through Agricultural Polyclinics among the respondents. Total 150 beneficiary respondents were interviewed for the study.

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  • This study was purposively conducted in Achalpur taluka of Amravati district for the Knowledge and Adoption of Health and Nutritional Practices by Farm Women. 150 farm women were selected from 10 selected villages by using random sampling method. The findings of this study can be concluded that maximum number of the respondents were adopted the health and nutritional practices at medium extent.

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  • The present study was carried out in Tripura during 2014-15. A Sample of System of Rice Intensification (SRI) Technology of farmers comprising 150 respondents was selected on stratified random sampling with proportional allocation method. The primary data was collected using pre-tested structured interview schedule. Majority of the respondents 60 per cent had medium in extent of adoption of SRI technology followed by high level of adoption 26.67 per cent and low 13.33 per cent level of adoption.

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  • The present study was conducted at Budni block of Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh. The findings of the research revealed that, improved production technology of Basmati rice growers, the extent of adoption was found to be maximum (43.64 %) in case of transplanting and harvesting. On the other hand nursery management and pest management practices showed minimum extent of adoption (25.46 %).

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  • A study was undertaken to assess the adoption level of commercial goat farmers under semi-intensive and intensive systems of management in Tamil Nadu. To this survey, a sample of 120 commercial goat farmers (20 farmers from each district) was selected randomly from 6 districts of Tamil Nadu. Data revealed that, overall 46.67 per cent of the commercial goat farmers had medium level of adoption of improved goat farming practices, followed by high (33.33 %) and low (20.00 %) extent of adoption

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  • Adoption is decision to make full use of new ideas as the best course of action available. The term adoption, in this study is used to denote use of improved maize cultivation practices by farmers. Maize production has shown a tremendous increase in the country. The growth rate of production of maize since last five years is higher in India than that of maize in USA and China. The productivity of maize with more than 4 t/ha in Rabi season is catching up with global average productivity of maize. India is now major maize producer after USA, China, Brazil and Argentina.

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  • Rice is fundamental component of farming systems and diets in many nations including India. Rice culture system is not a purely technical decision and different factors may affect it. These factors are directly related to knowledge of framers. Considering This factor, present study was conducted in three tahsils of Raigad district of Konkan region having sample size 135 rice growers with objective to study the Extent of knowledge and adoption of rice varieties developed by DBSKKV, Dapoli.

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  • The study was carried out to assess the adoption status of practices imparted under four training courses on ‘Food & Nutrition’. Out of total 88 trainees, a sample of 22 trainees was drawn by applying probability proportional to size (PPS) sampling method and data were collected personally from the selected trainees by using an interview schedule.

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  • In Punjab, India, Kinnow (Citrus nobilis × Citrus deliciosa) area and production has increased profusely in arid irrigated and sub-mountainous zones. With all viable environmental conditions present in district Barnala farmers still faced some constraints in Kinnow cultivation. Major constraints in Kinnow plantation: die-back, yield, quality, planting material, technical guidance, socio-cultural, post-harvest management. Present study was conducted with the objective to extent in adoption and perceived constraints in Kinnow cultivation.

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  • Protein, micronutrient, antioxidant potential, polyphenols and phytate content of popular hybrids and composites of pearl millet has been estimated for two consecutive seasons. Crude protein content of pearl millet hybrids and composites analyzed varied from 9.49 to 13.09 and 9.05 to 14.73 %, Fe content from 39 to 66 and 22 to 75 mg/kg, Zn content from 32 to 49 and 21 to 56 mg/kg, polyphenols from 210 to 297 mg/100 g and 221 to 345 mg/100 g, and phytate content from 4.74 to 6.29 and 5.54 to 6.67 mg/g during kharif-2013 and kharif-2014, respectively.

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  • Nagpur Mandarin (Citrus reticulata Blanco.) being grown in large acreage of Jhalawar district. But now, the majority growers get less yield, low quality fruits and irregular fruiting from their orchards. So, the present study was conducted with the objective of studying the extent of adoption and perceived constraints in adoption of recommended mandarin growing practices. Data were collected from three blocks (Pirawa, Bhawani Mandi and Jhalarapatan) of the Jhalawar district of Rajasthan. Total 120 farmers were surveyed for this study.

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  • The present study was carried out in Erode district of Tamil Nadu to find out the extent of adoption of improved dairy husbandry techniques. A random sample of 300 dairy animal owners were selected and extent of adoption of improved dairy husbandry techniques in six major aspects of housing, feeding, breeding, health care, milking and calf rearing management was studied.

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