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Vol. 10, Special Issue 12 (2021)

Relationship between selected characteristics of beneficiaries with the adoption of beneficiaries of farmers field school in Ratnagiri district

Author(s):
SS Aher, SC Warwadekar, PB Jadhav, Ajith Kumar KS and SK Mayekar
Abstract:
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.
Pages: 15-18  |  66 Views  3 Downloads
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.
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