Archana Raj Singh, Sunita Sihag & Deepali Dhawan
Post-harvest technology has become very important part of the farming now a days because this deals with final product of their labour i.e., the farm families. In India 10 to 15 per cent losses have been reported during the post harvest period and this quantity of food grains is sufficient to feed India’s population for 45 days. The wheat and paddy crop were the main crops of the selected area for the study.
Keyword: Adoption, Constraints and Post-harvest technology.