Extent of Adoption of Recommended Interventions of Groundnut Crop among the Growers in Bikaner District of Rajasthan

Amit Kumar, L.S. Bareth, J.P. Yadav, Manmeet Kaur and Ramdhan Ghaswa

Abstract


The present study was conducted in Sri Dungargarh and Bikaner panchayat samities of Bikaner district of
Rajasthan. Two villages were selected from each selected panchayat samiti and 20 beneficiary and the equal
number of non-beneficiary respondents were selected randomly from each selected village for the study. Data
were collected through the pre-structured interview schedule. The findings revealed that the majority of the
total groundnut growers, 66.88 per cent of respondents belonged to middle age group, 71.88 per cent of
respondents belonged to other backward castes, 33.75 per cent were in the category of senior secondary
education level and 65.62 per cent of respondents had a large size of land holding (more than 4 ha), 54.38 per
cent of the respondents belonged to joint families, 58.75 per cent of respondents were from large families
having more than five members, 49.38 per cent of groundnut respondents were member of any organization.
The majority of the beneficiary and non-beneficiary respondents belonged to a medium level of adoption
category. It was found that there was a significant difference in the level of adoption between the beneficiary
and non-beneficiary respondents about recommended groundnut interventions.

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