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Vol. 12, Issue 1 (2023)

Evaluation of socio economic characteristics of farmers

Author(s):
Gurshaminder Singh, Pallavi Raj and Shivani Verma
Abstract:
The Rural Farming Work Experience (R.A.W.E.) synthesis demonstrates the importance of work in improving and enhancing conditions in rural agriculture. RAWE understands the lifestyle, agricultural aspects, attributes, and different characteristics of rural farmers, and digests them by going into the field themselves and indulging in their way of life. I was able to visit there 3 locations. The total area of the first village (Hassanpur) visited was 172 hectares. Second village (Kalewal) with a total geographical area of 174 hectares. The third and final village we investigated was at (Singhpura). The total geographical area of the village is 135.84 hectares. The conclusion drawn based on this research is that organic farming is practiced in these villages, but few people are persevering in this endeavor. It is known and practiced, but not on a large scale or by a large number of farmers. As observed during the research, everyone fears the time and patience it will take. Our goal was to update them on the results, so when they tried to focus on organic farming methods, I was happy to give them a little boost for the greater future of Indian agriculture.
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How to cite this article:
Gurshaminder Singh, Pallavi Raj, Shivani Verma. Evaluation of socio economic characteristics of farmers. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(1):242-246. DOI: 10.22271/tpi.2023.v12.i1c.17894

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