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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Study on usage patterns of information and communication technologies by farmers

Author(s):
Akash, Aishwariya E Mathew, Abhilash Singh Maurya, Ankita Sethi, Hemant Choudhary and Shubham
Abstract:
The study was conducted in the English districts of Madhya Pradesh, with the aim of learning the patterns of use of information technology and communication with farmers. A total of 5 villages taken from Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh. ICT real data for different types of strategies, weather forecasts, and market volatility. 17% of India's economy is devoted to agriculture but even after that the agricultural sector has not improved much due to issues such as technological delays, market prices and a lack of proper ICT knowledge for farmers. Agricultural experts are developing better technology for finding different types of soil, agro climates, different types of pests and diseases. This study was conducted to obtain farmers' information on information about ICT. M.P. farmers do not know about ICT. Farmers used their knowledge and the local people helped to alleviate the problems of the field as well as less contact with agricultural organizations. The result of this whole study is that farmers need more information about technology and ICT and should start working with government. Strategies to improve agriculture and yield. Now, the use of ICT has ensured that with a few clicks, farmers can connect with a global network of farmers, agronomists, businesses, and other service providers to stay informed. - date of the latest cropping procedures. For policy makers, the advantage of adopting ICT in agriculture is that sharing information enables them to better understand the situation at a lower level, which will contribute to the formulation and implementation of agricultural and rural development policies that benefit farmers. Extensive access to ICT even in the most remote areas can help them deal with the problems of bias, women's empowerment, and other socio-economic concerns.
Pages: 1467-1470  |  228 Views  100 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Akash, Aishwariya E Mathew, Abhilash Singh Maurya, Ankita Sethi, Hemant Choudhary and Shubham. Study on usage patterns of information and communication technologies by farmers. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 1467-1470.

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