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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Assessment of knowledge level and adoption of IPM technology in rice cultivation

Author(s):
Sanjay Kumar, Ram Prawesh Prasad and Thakur Pd. Mahto
Abstract:
IPM has been introduced as a sustainable approach for preventing, monitoring and controlling pests (Olkowski, 1991; Drlik et al., 2001). It tries to integrate natural, chemical and biological techniques to combat pests (Röling and Pretty, 1997).This approach through a package of tactics minimizes economic and environmental costs and improves safety and effectiveness (Olkowski, 1991; Speight and Evans, 2004) The percent study was carried ant during the year 2017-18 in Gopalganj district of Bihar to know the assessment of knowledge level and adoption of IPM technology in rice cultivation. It was observed that 43.1. Percent rice growers were having medium knowledge level about the application of Trichoderma harzianum for soil treatment and 49.4 percent was having low knowledge level as seed treatment. Similarly low level knowledge level about the application of Beauveria bassiana and neem cake as soil treatment. There were no adoptions with respect to B. bassiana and neem cake as soil treatment. Also no adoption of B. thuringiensis and light traps in insect control of rice cultivation.
Pages: 2622-2625  |  273 Views  138 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sanjay Kumar, Ram Prawesh Prasad and Thakur Pd. Mahto. Assessment of knowledge level and adoption of IPM technology in rice cultivation. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 2622-2625.

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