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Original Research Articles                      Volume : 6, Issue:9, September, 2017

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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2017.6(9): 2329-2334

Compact Study of Knowledge Level of Trained Farmers about Vegetable Cultivation Practices
Deepa Indoria1*, Bharti2, R. L. Solanki1 and Bacchu Singh Meena1
1Krishi vigyan Kendra, (MPUAT), Chittorgarh, Rajasthan, India
2Krishi vigyan Kendra, (BAU), Dhanbaad, Jharkhand, India
*Corresponding author

The research study was conducted in Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan and Dhanbaad districts of Jharkhand state with sample size of 60 respondents. Study revealed that 40.00 per cent of respondents of KVK Chittorgarh belonged to medium knowledge level category with respect to vegetable cultivation practices, whereas 46.67 per cent of respondents of KVK Dhanbaad were belonged to low knowledge level category. The respondents of KVK Chittorgarh had significantly higher knowledge level about vegetable cultivation practices in comparison to those of KVK, Dhanbaad. Higher per cent of the vegetable cultivation respondents had knowledge about the practices like variety (80.00% and 76.66%), materials used for pit filling (70.00% and 56.66%), pit size (60.00% and 60.00%), spacing (66.66% and 50.00%) soil type (63.33% and 50.00%), irrigation (60.00% and 50.00%) in case of Chittorgarh and Dhanbaad, respectively. Nearly 50.00 percent and above of the respondents of Chittorgarh had knowledge of the practices like intercropping, fertilizer and pest control, while in case of KVK Dhanbaad 40.00 per cent of the respondents were having knowledge of practices like intercropping and fertilizer application. Only 20.00 per cent of respondents of Chittorgarh and 16.66 per cent of respondents of Dhanbaad had the knowledge about growth regulator.

Keywords: Variety, Fertilizer, Pest control, P-P distance, L-L distance, Growth regulator intercropping

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Deepa Indoria, Bharti, R. L. Solanki and Bacchu Singh Meena. 2017. Compact Study of Knowledge Level of Trained Farmers about Vegetable Cultivation PracticesInt.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 6(9): 2329-2334. doi:
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