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Authors: MOTLHANKA KEAGAKWA
Advisor: G. N. MARADDI
Other: S. K. METI, J. TULASIRAM,ANANDA. N
Title: A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON DSR AND TRANSPLANTING METHOD OF RICE CULTIVATION IN HYDERABAD-KARNATAKA REGION
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Agrotags: null
Abstract: A comparative study on DSR and Transplanting method of rice cultivation in Hyderabad-Karnataka region Motlhanka Keagakwa 2015 Dr G.N. Maraddi Major advisor Abstract The present study was conducted in Hyderabad-Karnataka region of Karnataka state and Raichur district was purposively selected for researcher’s convenience to access relevant respondents. The study was conducted in two taluks of Raichur in Hyderabad-Karnataka region. The expost-facto research design was used. A snowball sampling technique was used to select sample size of 120 respondents for the investigation. The results indicated that, 23.33 per cent of participant farmers and 56.67 per cent of non-participant farmers belonged to low knowledge category, while 43.33 per cent of participant farmers and 38.33 per cent of non-participant farmers belonged to medium knowledge category in relation to DSR recommended practices. However, 33.33 per cent of participant farmers and 5.00 per cent of non-participant farmers belonged to high knowledge category. Knowledge level between participant and non-participant was highly significant (0.000**). However, with perception results indicated, 28.33 per cent of participant farmers belonged to less favourable category, while 40.00 per cent of participant farmers belonged to medium favourable category and 31.67 per cent of participant farmers belonged to more favourable category. The results also showed that DSR method saved more inputs compared to TPR method especially in seeds, labour, micronutrients, biofertilizers and plant protection chemicals. However, it was noticed that for the above mentioned resources, non-participant farmers saved more inputs compared to participant farmers. Key words: Direct seeded rice (DSR), Transplanted rice (TPR)
Subject: Agricultural Extension Education
Theme: A comparative study on DSR and Transplanting method of rice cultivation in Hyderabad-Karnataka region
These Type: M.Sc
Issue Date: 2015-06-30
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