An Overview of Knowledge Level of the Farmers about Recommended Cultural Practices for Vegetable Production in North India

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Simarjit Kaur
Gurvinder Singh

Abstract

Vegetables are more valuable due to the presence of important mineral, vitamins, carbohydrates, iron protein and other important body nutrients in these. Vegetables play an important role in our daily diet. Vegetables promote our body growth and development and also protect our body from various disease and deficiencies. We all know about the importance of vegetable but knowledge levels of the farmers about vegetable production are still very low. During the surveying of literature on the knowledge level of the farmers about recommended cultural practices for vegetable production studied that majority of farmers had a medium level of knowledge followed by the low level of knowledge. Only a few farmers had a high level of knowledge about recommended cultural practices for vegetable production.

Keywords:
Vegetable, knowledge, farmer, production.

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Kaur, S., & Singh, G. (2019). An Overview of Knowledge Level of the Farmers about Recommended Cultural Practices for Vegetable Production in North India. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 36(2), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajaees/2019/v36i230239
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Short communication

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