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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2019.8(11): 2363-2368
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.811.273


A Socio – Economic Study of Vegetable Growers Practicing under Badi in Balaghat District of Madhya Pradesh
Mohammad Imran Khan*, Kamleshwar Gautam, Sharad Bisen and S.B. Agrawal
College of Agriculture, Balaghat, M. P., Murjhad Farm Waraseoni (481331), India
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Abstract:

The land holding of farmers are gradually decreasing and such as small holdings are becoming smaller day by day. Small and marginal farmers are whatever so producing is hardly sufficient to meet out the food and daily requirement of family members. The adverse climatic conditions and incidence of insect pest and diseases also create the economic insecurity, looking to the above conditions, horticulture based module for badi cultivation was initiated in three clusters of Lalbarra block of Balaghat. The profile of the respondents shows that most of them ware belongs to middle age group (76.66 %) followed by old (13.33 %) and young (10%). As regards to their education (51.67%) possessed the qualification of higher secondary and above, while very less (3.33%) respondents were illiterate. The majority of respondents (51.67%) were small followed by (40.00%) marginal. On the other hand, (41.67%) respondents engaged in agricultural work on their own farm either alone or in association with labours. The majority of respondents (43.33%) had the high level of mass media exposer and most of them (41.67%) had the high level of contact with the development agencies. The production potential of vegetables in badi showed that a farmers have about 2000 m2 area may produce on an average 4970 kg vegetable with a net income of Rs. 26080.00/ farmer. It gave Rs. 229/ day within 140 days in addition to their routine work plan.


Keywords: Hand, Poor farmers, Remunerative, Low Productive, Small land holdings
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Mohammad Imran Khan, Kamleshwar Gautam, Sharad Bisen and Agrawal, S.B. 2019. A Socio – Economic Study of Vegetable Growers Practicing under Badi in Balaghat District of Madhya Pradesh.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 8(11): 2363-2368. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2019.811.273