Relationship between selected characteristics of beneficiaries with the adoption of beneficiaries of farmers field school in Ratnagiri district
SS Aher, SC Warwadekar, PB Jadhav, Ajith Kumar KS and SK Mayekar
This study was conducted in Dapoli, Mandangad and Khed tahasils of Ratnagiri district of Konkan region. The sample constituted of 120 i.e., 60 beneficiaries and 60 non-beneficiaries’ farmers from 12 villages. The respondents were interviewed with the help of specially designed schedule. Collected data was classified, tabulated, and analyzed by using statistical method. There was a positive and significant relationship between education (0.2720*), scientific orientation (0.2637*), mass media exposure (0.2798*), innovativeness (0.2931*), extension contact (0.2844*), FFS Training received (0.3329**) and knowledge (0.3646**) of beneficiary farmers with the adoption level of recommended rice cultivation practices, whereas age (0.1951NS), farm size (0.0932NS) and farming experience (0.1188NS) with adoption was positively non-significant.Nearly half (51.67 per cent) of beneficiaries had medium yields and also majority (50.00 Per cent) of non-beneficiaries had medium yields.
How to cite this article:
SS Aher, SC Warwadekar, PB Jadhav, Ajith Kumar KS and SK Mayekar. Relationship between selected characteristics of beneficiaries with the adoption of beneficiaries of farmers field school in Ratnagiri district. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(12S): 15-18.