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Vol. 12, Issue 2 (2023)

Profile of the integrated farming system adopters

Author(s):
Bodke BG, Kadam JR, Warwadekar SC and Sawant PA
Abstract:
The present study was undertaken with the main objective to study the profile of the integrated farming system adopters. The study was conducted in four districts of Konkan region of Maharashtra namely Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg, Raigad and Palghar district. In all 200 respondents were selected by using multi stage sampling techniques. The “Ex-Post-Facto” research design was used for conducting the study. The data were collected through the personal interview. The data collected were processed and statistically analyzed by using -statistical technique like frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. The analysis of data revealed that majority of the respondents (70.00 percent) was belonged to ‘middle’ age group while 43.50 percent of the respondents had obtained ‘secondary’ level of education. In case of farming experience, 69.000 percent of the respondents had ‘medium’ level of farming experience, 49.50 percent of the respondents were posed small land holding while 95.00 percent of respondents had farming as their major occupation. The average annual income of the respondents was found to be 8.37 lakh. In case of cropping pattern 68.00 percent of the respondents were posed fair cropping pattern. The majority of the respondents were having ‘medium’ level of productivity level, livestock possession, information seeking behavior, economic motivation, risk orientation while, 63.00 percent of the respondents were posed fair irrigation status.
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How to cite this article:
Bodke BG, Kadam JR, Warwadekar SC, Sawant PA. Profile of the integrated farming system adopters. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(2):1894-1899.

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