The Relationship between Socio-Economic Characteristics with the Extent of Adoption towards Respondents of Black Gram Production Practices


Authors : Swetha Konda Juturu; Dr. Syed H Mazhar; Sudhamani Yedida

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 11 - November

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Black gram (Vigna mungo) is a pulse crop belongs to family leguminacea. The study was conducted during 2019-20 to assess the socio-economic characteristics of respondents orientation in Yemmiganur block of Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh. Total 120 respondents were selected randomly from 6 villages and results revealed that improved production practices of black gram were medium. The analysis showed that majority of the respondents had medium level of age group, possess education at primary school, medium land size holders, only farming as an occupation, medium annual incomers with small family size, medium extension contact, medium mass media exposure, medium market and risk orientation.

Keywords : Socio-economic characteristics, Black gram production practices, Adoption, Correlation, Regression.

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