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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2022.11(1): 46-49
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2022.1101.007


Constraints Faced by the CAU-R1 Rice Growers in Adoption of Rice Variety CAU-R1
Irom Rati ChanuiD*, M. Deepa Devi, Daya Ram, N. Okendro Singh and Th. Anupama Devi
Department of Extension Education, College of Agriculture, Central Agricultural University,
 Imphal, Manipur, India
*Corresponding author
Abstract:

The study was conducted in Sawombung Block of Imphal East District, Manipur. The present study was undertaken with an objective to analyse the constraints faced by the CAU-R1 rice growers in adoption of the rice variety CAU-R1. The results revealed that the CAU-R1 rice growers faced bio-physical, socio-economic, technological and institutional constraints more severely. In case of bio-physical constraints, inadequate irrigation facilities (98.00%) stood first, followed by weed problems (97.00%),incidence of insect pest and diseases (86.00%) and lack of certified seed (53.00%). In case of socio-economic constraints, high cost of inputs (96.00%) was found to be the first constraint followed by non-availability of credit (93.00%), low market value (86.00%), lack of subsidy for inputs (85.00%) and high labour charge (76.00%). In case of technological constraints, unavailability of power tiller for ploughing in time (96.00%) was found to be the first constraint followed by lack of knowledge of package of practices (82.00%) and lack of technical help/ less contact with technical expert (76.00%). In case of institutional constraints, non-availability of insurance when crop fails (100.00%) was found to be the first constraint followed by insufficient training programme (96.00%), lack of co-ordination with Department of Agriculture, Marketing cooperatives and CAU-R1 growers (63.00%), lack of marketing (58.00%) and lack of storage facilities (35.00%).


Keywords: Constraints, bio-physical, socio-economic, technological, institutional
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Irom Rati Chanu, M. Deepa Devi, Daya Ram, N. Okendro Singh and Anupama Devi, Th. 2022. Constraints Faced by the CAU-R1 Rice Growers in Adoption of Rice Variety CAU-R1.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 11(1): 46-49. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2022.1101.007