Perception towards recommended nutrition garden practices among farm women
Archana Singh, Parvez Rajan, Seema Naberia and Vinita Singh
Nutrition gardens are more than just patches of green in rural landscapes; they represent a transformation in the way rural communities perceive agriculture, nutrition, and sustainability. As these gardens evolve from being backyard necessities to economic assets, women's empowerment hubs, and environmental stewardship initiatives, they play a crucial role in improving the lives of rural people. They are not just gardens; they are seeds of change, nurturing healthier, more prosperous rural communities. Rural communities hold a wealth of knowledge passed down through generations, and this traditional wisdom can be harnessed to maximize the potential of nutrition gardens. For the current study, a proportional random selection procedure was used to choose 110 farm women from two villages of Manpur block. The information was gathered using the interview schedule. The findings of the study revealed that, majority of the farm women were belonged to middle age group, most of them are completed high school, having farming occupation and had more than two animals. Majority of the farm women had moderate level of information seeking behaviour, low social participation, with medium scientific orientation and medium level of knowledge. The perception towards recommended Nutri-Garden practices among farm women was found to be favourable perception.
How to cite this article:
Archana Singh, Parvez Rajan, Seema Naberia and Vinita Singh. Perception towards recommended nutrition garden practices among farm women. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(10S): 1089-1090.