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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2020.9(4): 3036-3046
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.904.355


An Analytical Study on Management of Eco-Friendly Practices of Vegetable Crops among the Tribal farmers of Madhya Pradesh, India
Jagdish Morya1, D. P. Rai1 and S. K. Badodiya2*
1MGCGVV Chitrakoot, India
2RVSKVV KVK Barwani MP, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The vegetables now become a crucial requisite of the daily human diet, because of its nutritional value. The present investigation was conducted in four tribal district of Madhya Pradesh. Total sixteen villages were selected for the study. There was proportional to total size of the respondents in selected villages fell under each of the four blocks. In all, 240 tribal farmers were selected to serve as the respondents for the study. Higher percentage (49.17) of the respondents had medium adoption about eco friendly practices. A preponderance of the farmers 70.84 percent had partially adopted farm yard manure application. Most of the respondents 52.50 and 36.67 percent of the respondents had adopted crop rotation and inter cropping practices in vegetable. Majority of the farmers (75.83%) had not applied any bio-fertilizer for growing vegetables. higher proportion of the respondents partially adopted the practices like splitting dose of application (60.83%). Massive majority 97.92 percent farmers were found in non-adoption category regarding use of pheromone traps and use of light traps. Hundred percent of the farmers were found in non adoption category regarding practices such as conservation parasitic wasps. Majority 92.50 percent of the farmers had fully adopted the practices like use of hand weeding in standing crop closely. Majority 85.41 percent of the respondents suggested to ensure timely availability of pest resistant improved varieties, followed by three-fourth of respondents said organizing awareness campaign on eco-friendly practices (75.83%).


Keywords: Management, Eco-friendly practices, Tribal farmers, INM, IPM parasitic wasps and bio-control agents
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Jagdish Morya, D. P. Rai and Badodiya, S. K. 2020. An Analytical Study on Management of Eco-Friendly Practices of Vegetable Crops among the Tribal farmers of Madhya Pradesh.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 9(4): 3036-3046. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2020.904.355