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Vol. 10, Special Issue 11 (2021)

Linking the perception and limitations in practicing agriculture: A case study from Uttara Kannada district

Author(s):
Shahbaz Noori and SS Inamati
Abstract:
The present study envisaged on linking the perception, trends and drivers limiting practice of agriculture in Uttara Kannada district. Agriculture is an important engine for economic growth, which guarantees subsistence for food, income and livelihood without which growth is impossible. The results revealed that agriculture was affordable by majority farmers (90%) in current inflationary scenario and farmers were interested in farming. Farmers of Uttara Kannada district opined that awareness on various agricultural schemes at panchayat level (51.56%), fair and un-politically influenced supply of farming inputs (77.30%), standard market price for the agriculture produce (50.35%), road network & transport facility (46.81%), functioning APMC (20.57%), crop compensation caused due to natural hazards & animal attack (19.86%) and development of dairy (19.86%) would help agriculture to flourish in Uttara Kannada district.
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How to cite this article:
Shahbaz Noori and SS Inamati. Linking the perception and limitations in practicing agriculture: A case study from Uttara Kannada district. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(11S): 924-927.
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