SK Badodiya, DK Tiwari, DK Jain and US Awasya
Maize is the third most important food crops after rice and wheat in India. Maize is a source of nutrition as well as phytochemical compounds. The technology transfer through training, demonstration and extension activities has been viewed as most important critical factors for increasing agriculture production. The study was conducted in Barwani district of West Nimar region Madhya Pradesh due to its having maximum number of trained farmers of KVK on drip irrigation in Maize production technology. In this study 60 trained and 60 untrained farmers were selected randomly, thus the total sample was consisted of 120 respondents for the study. Majority 60.00 per cent respondents (trained farmers) had medium category of knowledge about Maize production through drip irrigation technology. Out of the total 60 untrained farmers, majority 58.33 per cent respondents had medium knowledge about drip irrigation technology in Maize production category. Majority 58.33 per cent respondents (trained farmers) had medium adoption of drip irrigation technology in maize production category and high cost of inputs was the major constraints.
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