Adoption Level of Soil and Water Conservation Technology under NICRA in Chatra District in Jharkhand
Keywords:Adoption, Adoption level, Conservation, Soil and water
Many states in India are affected by land and water degradation. Successive technologies have promoted toÂ prevent soil and water conservation adopted on a large scale. This paper deals adoption level of soil and water
conservation technologies in purposively selected NICRA village of Chatra district in Jharkhand India. A total of 105 farm families were selected purposively for study. Data collected through personal interview, group
meeting, and structural schedule from selected respondents. It was found that under crop production (SWC)Â Soil and water conservation technology, intercropping (88.57%), whereas under mechanical SWC technologies
land leveling (97.14%) was adopted by farmers. Most of the respondents come under a medium level of adopter categories related to soil and water conservation technologies.
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