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Study on Economic Development by Adoption of Recommended Groundnut Production Technology among the Farmers of Sehore District of M.P India

. International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development 1 (5): 519-525 (August 2017)

Abstract

Oilseeds are the second most important and the largest agri-commodity of India after cereals. Oilseed crops play a very important role in the agricultural economy of India which has the distinction of having large area under oilseed crops. The diverse agro-ecological conditions in the country are favourable for growing nine annual oilseeds which include seven edible oilseeds viz. groundnut, rapeseed mustard, soybean, sunflower, sesame, safflower and niger and two non-edible oilseeds, castor and linseed. The present study was conducted in Ashta block of Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh during 2016-17. 10 villages were selected randomly and 160 farmers were selected by using proportionate allocation method.The result of study indicated that among all respondents, 60.00 per cent had medium market behaviour, maximum number of the respondents (33.75%) had small area, 10 % of respondents had their annual income above Rs.1.00 lakh. Positively &significantly related with adoption level of the farmers. Ms. Versha Patel | Dr. Sandhya Choudhary | Dr. Abhay Wankhede"Study on Economic Development by Adoption of Recommended Groundnut Production Technology among the Farmers of Sehore District of M.P, India" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-5 , August 2017, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd2337.pdf http://www.ijtsrd.com/other-scientific-research-area/enviormental-science/2337/study-on-economic-development-by-adoption-of-recommended-groundnut-production-technology-among-the-farmers-of-sehore-district-of-mp-india/ms-versha-patel

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