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Abstract
Journal of Applied and Natural Science 6 (2): 664-671 (2014)
Multiple regression analysis for adoption studies of potato growers in Jammu division.
Quadri Javeed Ahmad Peer1*, M. A. Dar2, H. A. Malik3 and Jasvinder Kaur4
1Department of Extension Education, FOA, Wadura, SKUAST-Kashmir (J&K), INDIA
2Division of Extension Education & Communication, SKUAST-Kashmir(J&K), INDIA
3Directorate of Extension Education, SKUAST-Kashmir(J&K), INDIA
4Department of Extension Education, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar (Haryana), INDIA
*Corresponding author e-mail: qadrijavid2008@gmail.com
Abstract : The research identified the significant and negative relationship between socio-economic parameters with the level of adoption of recommended crop production technologies reveals that such information could be useful to Department of agriculture, and concerned SAU who strive to maximize production and productivity levels of potato crop. They have to gear-up there extension wings for imparting correct and scientific knowledge of crop production. It also suggested to State Govt. officials to ensure adequate facilities for fertilizers to reap full benefits of this cash crop. The study on determining the correlation between socio-economic standards of potato growers with the level of adoption of the recommended crop production technologies was conducted in sub-tropical zone of Jammu division. Three districts namely Jammu, Kathua and Samba were selected purposively on the basis of maximum area under potato crop. Sample size of 225 potato growers was selected randomly from 15 villages from selected districts and their socio-economic standards were correlated with the level of adoption of crop production technologies as recommended by SKUAST-JAMMU, the concerned SAU. The study revealed that age, education, operational land holding, net income, mass media exposure and extension contact had significant correlation at p≤ 0.05 level of probability with the level of adoption. Studies revealed that 45.78% of respondents adopted recommended seed rate per hectare, whereas 57.33%, 40.89% and 8.89% respondents adopted recommended application of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium to the crop. The study further highlighted highest adoption level for insecticide like dimethoate 30 EC (52.05%) and fungicide like metalxyl +mancozeb (57.38%) respectively..

Keywords : Crop production technologies, Level of adoption, Multiple regression, Socio-economic standards.
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