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Socio-Economic Status of Mango Growers in Yamuna Nagar District of Haryana


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1 Department of Extension Education, CCS Haryana Agricultural University Hisar, Haryana, India
2 Department of Assistant Librarian, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana, India
     

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The present study was conducted inYamunanagar district of Haryana. This area was selected purposely because of maximum area under mango fruit crops. Further two blocks, Chhachhrauli and Jagadhari were selected purposively from Yamunanagar district and from each block two villages were selected randomly and thereby a total number of four villages was selected for data collection. Thirty mango grower farmers were selected randomly from each village for the study and thus, a total number of 120 farmers were interviewed. The specific objectives of the present study were socio-economic status, knowledge, adoption and the constraints in adoption of post-harvest management practices by mango growers. The data were collected with the help of well-structured interview schedule..Twelve important independent variables such as age, education, socio-economic status, caste, family size, occupation of respondents, annual income, land holdings, farm implements, mass media exposure, extension contacts, and irrigation facilities were selected for the study. The study revealed that majority o f the farmers were middle aged and belonged to general caste, more than half of the respondents were educated matric to graduate and one-third of respondents had family members up to 5. Most of them were engaged in farming and nearly two-third per cent of the respondents had annual income above Rs. 1 lakh. More than half of the farmers belonged to medium to high level of socio-economic status. Majority of the farmers belonged to low to medium level of mass media and extension contacts. More than half of the farmers used tube well as source of irrigation.

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Mango, Cultivation, Orchards, Respondents, Mango Grower.
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Authors

Virender Singh
Department of Extension Education, CCS Haryana Agricultural University Hisar, Haryana, India
Ashok Kumar
Department of Extension Education, CCS Haryana Agricultural University Hisar, Haryana, India
Krishan Yadav
Department of Extension Education, CCS Haryana Agricultural University Hisar, Haryana, India
Rajinder Kumar
Department of Assistant Librarian, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana, India
Anil Malik
Department of Extension Education, CCS Haryana Agricultural University Hisar, Haryana, India

Abstract


The present study was conducted inYamunanagar district of Haryana. This area was selected purposely because of maximum area under mango fruit crops. Further two blocks, Chhachhrauli and Jagadhari were selected purposively from Yamunanagar district and from each block two villages were selected randomly and thereby a total number of four villages was selected for data collection. Thirty mango grower farmers were selected randomly from each village for the study and thus, a total number of 120 farmers were interviewed. The specific objectives of the present study were socio-economic status, knowledge, adoption and the constraints in adoption of post-harvest management practices by mango growers. The data were collected with the help of well-structured interview schedule..Twelve important independent variables such as age, education, socio-economic status, caste, family size, occupation of respondents, annual income, land holdings, farm implements, mass media exposure, extension contacts, and irrigation facilities were selected for the study. The study revealed that majority o f the farmers were middle aged and belonged to general caste, more than half of the respondents were educated matric to graduate and one-third of respondents had family members up to 5. Most of them were engaged in farming and nearly two-third per cent of the respondents had annual income above Rs. 1 lakh. More than half of the farmers belonged to medium to high level of socio-economic status. Majority of the farmers belonged to low to medium level of mass media and extension contacts. More than half of the farmers used tube well as source of irrigation.

Keywords


Mango, Cultivation, Orchards, Respondents, Mango Grower.

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