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International Journal of Agriculture Extension and Social Development

2022, Vol. 5, Issue 2, Part A
Relationship of adoption gap in recommended pigeon pea practices with socio-economic characteristics of tribal farmers in Narmada district

VK Poshiya, MV Tiwari and PD Verma

The agricultural technology is generally not adopted by the farmers completely in all respects as such. There always appears a gap between the technology recommended by the scientists and its use at farmer’s level. The study was conducted in Narmada districts of South Gujarat. The primary data was collected from 100 respondents by following personal interview method and using structured interview schedule. This study was objective to ascertain the relationship between selected characteristics pigeon pea growers and their overall adoption gap in recommended pigeon pea practices. In order to realize the objective of the study, 100 farmers were selected from adoptive villages higher areas of pigeon pea growers purposively and random sampling technique pigeon pea had medium adoption gap 68.89 per cent about recommended pigeon pea practices Majority of pigeon pea growers had land holding (0.169),annual income (0.052), risk preference (0.066), scientific orientation (0.301) were negative and significant association with their adoption gap of recommended pigeon pea production technologies, While, education, (0.162),knowledge (0.228) were significantly correlated at 5% level of significance.
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How to cite this article:
VK Poshiya, MV Tiwari, PD Verma. Relationship of adoption gap in recommended pigeon pea practices with socio-economic characteristics of tribal farmers in Narmada district. Int J Agric Extension Social Dev 2022;5(2):01-02. DOI: 10.33545/26180723.2022.v5.i2a.134
International Journal of Agriculture Extension and Social Development