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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Impact of beekeeping training on knowledge level of farmers in Bidar district of Karnataka

Author(s):
Sunilkumar NM, Rakesh Varma, Akshay Kumar, Ningdalli Mallikarjun and Archana
Abstract:
Apiculture is the one of the main component among the IFS components, it plays a vital role in IFS to boost the income levels of farmers with its main product honey and byproducts (Bee wax, propalis, pollen and royal jelly) with less installation and maintenance costs. This study was conducted in ICAR – KVK Bidar to assess the impact of beekeeping training. It was observed majority of the respondents were found male (77.50%) and young age (< 30 years) of respondents were found high (45.83%), to adopt beekeeping as a component (71.16%) was found the major reason of participation of the respondents in training programme. The training programmes proved very effective and resulted in remarkable increase in knowledge of trainees in all aspects of beekeeping, Different species of honey bees (71.50%) was found highest among the gain in knowledge followed by working of honeybees (70.75%) and insect pest management (70.25%).
Pages: 2885-2888  |  428 Views  229 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sunilkumar NM, Rakesh Varma, Akshay Kumar, Ningdalli Mallikarjun and Archana. Impact of beekeeping training on knowledge level of farmers in Bidar district of Karnataka. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 2885-2888.
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