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Vol. 12, Special Issue 12 (2023)

Relational analysis between profile and adoption of dryland farming technologies

Author(s):
Prajakta Takte, Dr. Jyoti Deshmukh, Rachna Ghodke, Yugandhara Pagare and Vipin Samrit
Abstract:
The study was carried out in three tehsils in the Latur District of Maharashtra: Latur, Ausa, Renapur. These villages were the sites of the dry land project activities. According to the study, the majority of farmers were in the medium adoption group for suggested dryland agriculture technology. Out of the twelve independent variables, the study also showed that eleven variables-education, family size, annual income, land holding, cropping pattern, social participation, use of information sources, extension contact, risk orientation, innovativeness and knowledge-had a significant and positive relationship with the adoption of dryland technology, while variable like age-had a significant negative relationship.
Pages: 855-857  |  131 Views  62 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Prajakta Takte, Dr. Jyoti Deshmukh, Rachna Ghodke, Yugandhara Pagare and Vipin Samrit. Relational analysis between profile and adoption of dryland farming technologies. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(12S): 855-857.

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