Impact of Training Program on Adoption Behavior of Mango Growers in Faizabad District of Uttar Pradesh

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Alimul Islam
Dipak Kumar Bose
Naushad Alam


Mango fruit (Mangifera indica) is national fruit of Indian and most popular, nutritionally rich tropical fruit with unique flavor, fragrance, taste, and promoting qualities for health. In India harvest and sale of mango is during March, April and May, and this is annually covered by news magazines. Several hundred cultivars of mango depending on the cultivars of mango. The field survey was conducted the year of 2014-15. Exist survey was carried out to determine the extent of adoption of recommended Mango production practices by the farmers in Masaudha and another block of  Sohawal, Faizabad District in Uttar Pradesh. One hundred thirty respondents were selected randomly and descriptive research design was followed for the research. The study inferred that there are 47.70 per cent trainees and 56.93 per cent non-trainees were having medium level socio-economic status whereas 41.54 per cent trainees and 35.38 per cent non-trainees were having low socio-economic status while 10.76 per cent trainees and 7.69 per cent non trainees were having high socio-economic status. It was also observed from the results that there were 32.30 per cent trainees, 24.61 per cent non-trainees had medium level of adoption, 26.15 per cent trainees and 49.23 per cent non-trainees having low level adoption followed by 41.53 per cent trainees and 26.15 per cent non-trainees having high level of adoption of improved Mango production practices. Govt. should take proper steps and appropriate extension strategies to be followed for recommended adoption of mango production practices.

Trainees, non trainees, adoption, KVK, level, mango

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Islam, A., Bose, D. K., & Alam, N. (2021). Impact of Training Program on Adoption Behavior of Mango Growers in Faizabad District of Uttar Pradesh. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 39(2), 76-81.
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