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Authors: Raja, . Mohammad Mosif
Advisor: R.N.Yadav
Other: D.K.Singh, Dan Singh,Y.P. Rajbhar
Title: A study on technological gap and constraints in adoption of mango production technologies among orchardists of Bulandshar district
Publisher: Sardar Vallabhbhi Patel Universiy of Agriculture And Technology Meerut (U.P.)
Citation: A study on technological gap and constraints in adoption of mango production technologies among orchardists of Bulandshar district
Language: en
Type: Thesis
Agrotags: null
Abstract: The present investigation entitled “A study on technological gap and constraints in adoption of mango production technology among orchardists of Bulanshahr district” with the help of the followingobjectives, Socio-economic status of mango orchardists, knowledge level of mango orchardists regarding mango production technology, adoption level of mango orchardists regarding mango production technology, constraints in adoption of mango production technology and suitable extension strategies for promotion of quality mango. The results of the study depicted that the majority of the mango orchardists were found in various socio-economic profile characters like, age, middle age category group of 46-60 years 39.00 percent, general cast 54.00 percent, literate 98.00, families size of medium category 5-8 members, 51.00 percent, the large orchardists with a land holding above 10 hectare 26.00 percent respectively. Agriculture was observed as main occupation by 93.00 percent orchardists. About 30.00 percent respondents were found earning annual income of Rs. 75001/-to Rs. 150000/-.The maximum number of orchardists was found in medium level of scientific orientation, economic motivation, and risk orientation with 56.00 percent, 77.00 percent and 66.00 percent respectively. The knowledge level and adoption level of the most of mango orchardists regarding mango cultivation practices were having at medium level and regarding plant protection practices were having at low level.The mango orchardistsfaced the constraints in adoption of mango production technology i.e. maximum orchardists were related to lack of knowledge about plant protection measures 73.00 percent, high cost of fertilizer 61.00 percent, poor contact with information centres 60.00 percent, less number of production technology centres 54.00 percent and the minimum mango orchardist were related to poor road and transportation facilities 10.00 percent and old traditional method of packaging mangoes 09.00 percent in the study area
Description: A study on technological gap and constraints in adoption of mango production technologies among orchardists of Bulandshar district
Subject: Agricultural Extension
Theme: A study on technological gap and constraints in adoption of mango production technologies among orchardists of Bulandshar district
Research Problem: A study on technological gap and constraints in adoption of mango production technologies among orchardists of Bulandshar district
These Type: M.Sc
Issue Date: 2015
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