INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS IN ADOPTION OF PLANT PROTECTION MEASURES

Article Id: ARCC3125 | Page : 130-133
Citation :- INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS IN ADOPTION OF PLANT PROTECTION MEASURES.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2000.(34):130-133
R.P. Sharma
Address : Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kothi bag, Rajgarh (Biaora)4bb 1)61, India

Abstract

A study was conducted with 125 randomly selected farmers of Gird Agro climatic zone of Madhya Pradesh. Correlation co-efficient indicated that age, education, land holding, extension contact, knowledge of plant protection measures and attitude towards plant protection measures showed significant correlation with adoption. However, caste, type of family and annual income had not showed significant correlation with adoption of plant protection measures.

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