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Vol. 12, Special Issue 6 (2023)

Assessment of relationship between profile of paddy growers and their attitude towards farm mechanization

Author(s):
A Sushruth Ray, Dr. VB Kamble and SR Jakkawad
Abstract:
The study was conducted in Warangal district of Telangana state during the year 2022 to assess the relationship between profile of paddy growers and their attitude towards farm mechanization. Warangal district of Telangana state selected randomly having considerable area under paddy cultivation. Three talukas from selected district and from each taluka four villages were selected purposively having considerable area under paddy cultivation, total 12 villages are selected from Warangal district for the study. From each selected village, ten paddy growers were selected randomly, in this way a total 120 respondents were considered for the study. An Ex-post-facto research design was followed for the study. A well-structured interview schedule was developed with the objectives of the study. The collected data was analysed, classified and tabulated. Statistical tools such as frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and coefficient correlation were used to interpret the findings and draw the conclusions. According to correlation analysis, age and size of family shows positive and non significant relationship with attitude of paddy growers towards farm mechanization. Education, land holding and farming experience shows positive and significant relationship with attitude. Extension contact, mass media exposure, social participation and knowledge level shows positive and highly significant relationship with attitude of paddy growers towards farm mechanization.
Pages: 103-104  |  298 Views  110 Downloads
How to cite this article:
A Sushruth Ray, Dr. VB Kamble and SR Jakkawad. Assessment of relationship between profile of paddy growers and their attitude towards farm mechanization. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(6S): 103-104.

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