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Vol. 12, Issue 1 (2023)

Correlation between profile of sugarcane growers and training needs

Author(s):
Vaidya NG, Kapse PS, Kadam RP, Hiwarale AS and Gohade GR
Abstract:
The present study was conducted in Deulgaon Raja and Sindkhed Raja tahshil of Buldhana district from Vidarbha region of Maharashtra state. Ex-post-facto medium research design was adopted for this study. The data regarding profile of sugarcane growers indicated that majority of the respondents (60.83%) were from farming experience category, 25.00 percent respondents were educated up to secondary school level, 47.50 percent of sugarcane growers were found in semi-medium land holding category. Whereas, 64.16 percent of respondents had medium annual income, 65.00 percent of them had medium area under sugarcane cultivation category, 43.33 percent of them had medium extension contact. Equal percentage i.e. 57.50 percent of respondents were used medium sources of information and medium risk orientation. The majority of the respondents (67.50%) had medium level of knowledge about sugarcane production practices, whereas 7.50 and 25.00 percent had low and high level of knowledge, respectively.
The study revealed that variables like area under sugarcane cultivation found to be positive and significant relationship with training needs. Whereas variables like education, extension contact, source of information, risk orientation and had positive and highly significant relationship with training needs about sugarcane production technology. Data also indicated that variables viz., land holding and annual income had positive and non-significant relationship with training needs about sugarcane production technology.
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How to cite this article:
Vaidya NG, Kapse PS, Kadam RP, Hiwarale AS, Gohade GR. Correlation between profile of sugarcane growers and training needs. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(1):1445-1447.

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