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Journal : HortFlora Research Spectrum
Volume : Volume 7, Issue 4: December 2018
Page (s) : 261-272
Date of Publication
Print :
29-Dec-2018
Article Type : Full Length Original Article
Online : 29-Dec-2018
Title:
Personal and Socio-Economic Profile of the Aonla Growers
Author(s):
Saroj Choudhury*
*Corresponding Author's E-mail :
bljatfci@gmail.com

Abstract

It is the information behaviour of the farmers, which can promote and spread the results obtained in the laboratories for their better utilization in farming community. It can be concluded that majority of aonla growing farmers and farm women belonged to other backward caste and engaged both in agriculture and dairy. They had no social participation with 1.0-2.5 ha land area and medium farm power. They lived in either big or joint family, 5-10 years of farming experience and medium annual income were other characteristics. These aonla growing farmers and farm women also attainted short duration (one day) off campus training, had high innovation proneness, medium economic motivation, orientation towards competition, managed in medium manner and aonla growing farmers were educated up to middle school level, however, aonla growing farm women were illiterate.The Semi-Arid Eastern Plains Zone (IIIa) of Rajasthan has highest area and production under aonla cultivation. There are so many agricultural institutions, which are engaged in the research on aonla growers problems and transfer of technology to the aonla growers.
 

Cite this article as:
Chaudhary S.(2018). Personal and socio-economic profile of the aonla growers. HortFlora Res. Spectrum, 7(4): 261-272
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