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Vol. 12, Special Issue 8 (2023)

Evaluation of the impacts of trainings on organic farming in Deoria, Uttar Pradesh, India

Author(s):
Kamlesh Meena, Rajneesh Srivastava, Ajay Kumar Rai, Shamsher Singh, Ashok Rai and Neeraj Singh
Abstract:
Since then, organic farming has quickly attained widespread popularity due to widespread knowledge of its benefits, notably for health, wellness, and the environment. The health and production of interdependent ecosystems of plants, animals, and humans are maximized by organic farming by avoiding the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and genetically modified crops. Wellness, the environment, fairness, and compassion are its guiding principles (IFOAM). Taking this into account, the study titled "Evaluation of the impact of training programs on organic farming practices as seen by trained farmers in Deoria districts of Uttar Pradesh with the objectives: 1) To determine how trained farmers perceive the training program's impact on organic agricultural methods and 2) to find out the obstacles farmers faced in using organic farming methods" was evaluated. The study was prepared by the ICAR-IIVR-Krishi Vigyan Kendra Deoria. Deoria district in Uttar Pradesh includes 16 blocks, three of which, Bhatni, Lar, and Bhatpar Rani, were deliberately chosen since they have the most organic agricultural training programs (on and off campus) scheduled among the other blocks by the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Malhana, Deoria. The information was gathered, collated, and evaluated. Geometric tools such as frequency, proportion, and area. To summarize, before to participation in the training programs, only 10% of the respondents had a high level of knowledge of organic farming; after participation in the training programs, this figure increased to 32.5 percent. In this study, the most significant difficulties encountered by farmers during the adoption of organic farming practices were a lack of information about organic farming, greater input costs, difficulty in preparation, a lack of money, and insufficient training at the grassroots level.
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How to cite this article:
Kamlesh Meena, Rajneesh Srivastava, Ajay Kumar Rai, Shamsher Singh, Ashok Rai and Neeraj Singh. Evaluation of the impacts of trainings on organic farming in Deoria, Uttar Pradesh, India. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 1744-1747.
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