Impact analysis of K.V.K. adopted village for beekeeping with special reference to status of pests and predators in gird zone of Morena district
Swati Singh Tomar, Ravi Singh, Debesh Singh and Sandeep Singh Tomar
Krishi vigyan Kendra Morena is actively engaged in dissemination of improved technology for over all development of integrated agriculture including beekeeping in adopted villages of Mirghan and Sirmour ka pura farmers of these villages adopted beekeeping in different blocks of Morena district including Mirghan and Sirmour ka pura were studied for various factors such as socio personal characteristics like age, education, caste, size of family and social participation. Socio economic characteristics like occupation, annual income, size of land holding and socio economic status. Socio psychological characteristic like knowledge, Cosmo politeness and scientific orientation and communicational characteristics like contact with extension agencies and source of information. In K.V.K. adopted villages Mirghan and Sirmour ka Pura the majority of the farmers fall under the medium and high level as compared to the beekeepers of the other block of Morena district. Thus it can be concluded that for creating awareness regarding beekeeping practices, identification of pests, and predators other management practices related to regarding general health of the bee colonies and upliftment of the economic status of the beekeepers there is a need of organizing, extensive training and demonstration programme in block level for the development of beekeeping as a agro based business but still there is a scope in popularization of the beekeeping and creating more awareness specially management aspect of bee pests and predators so that beekeeping becomes more profitable and popular among the farmers.
How to cite this article:
Swati Singh Tomar, Ravi Singh, Debesh Singh and Sandeep Singh Tomar. Impact analysis of K.V.K. adopted village for beekeeping with special reference to status of pests and predators in gird zone of Morena district. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(6S): 461-467.