Anjali Sihare, Kamini Bisht, Sheela Raghuwanshi and SP Singh
The study was focused to know the attitude and practices related to organic farming in relation to socio-personal, psychological and communicational variables of the farmers. The study was conducted in Tikamgarh block of Tikamgarh district of Madhya Pradesh state. Most of the organic farmers were having highly favourable attitude towards organic farming and were practicing organic farming up to medium extent. In case of relationship of independent variable with the practices followed related to organic farming, the variable family size showed positive and significant relationship whereas variable livestock and knowledge about improved agricultural practices had negative and significant relationship with the practices related to organic farming. Other variables viz., age, education, farm size, annual income, organic farming experience, innovativeness, attitude towards organic farming and mass media exposure and participation in social organization showed no relationship with the practices related to organic farming.
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