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Vol. 10, Issue 8 (2021)

Good agricultural and good management practices in coconut cultivation: A critical integrated adoption index model

Author(s):
K Kalidas, K Mahendran, Venkatesa Palanichamy N and S Mohana Lavanya
Abstract:
Good Agricultural and Management Practices in coconut cultivation not only helps to produce quality outputs, but also improves the soil condition, reduces cost resulting in improving the livelihood of the adopted farmers. Hence the objective of the study is to understand the adoption of Good Agricultural and Good Management Practices in coconut cultivation and the reasons for not adopting the practices. The details about Good Agricultural and Good Management Practices in coconut cultivation was collected from Central Plantation Crops Research Institute and FAO. Most of the farmers have adopted IPM and IDM to control the pest and disease. With respect to GMP, most of the farmers have adopted the harvest of matured nuts. The major reason for non-adoption of GAP and GMP was due to lack of technical knowledge.
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How to cite this article:
K Kalidas, K Mahendran, Venkatesa Palanichamy N, S Mohana Lavanya. Good agricultural and good management practices in coconut cultivation: A critical integrated adoption index model. Pharma Innovation 2021;10(8):327-329.
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