Knowledge Level of Beneficiary Farmers of Agriculture Technology Management and Quality Improvement Centre (ATMQIC) Regarding Intergrated Farming System in Jaipur District of Rajasthan

Sustainable agriculture means an integrated approach to increase farm yield and managing resources in order to address all three critical aspects of sustainability: economic, environmental and social. The IFS approach has multiple objectives of sustainability, food security, farmer security and poverty reduction. Keeping in view the facts the study was conducted in three selected villages of Jaipur District of Rajasthan and 120 respondent farmers were selected from these three selected villages through proportional allocation to the size of the population .The knowledge of ATMQIC beneficiary farmers was measured and found that majority of respondents (72) of ATMQIC (60.00 per cent) belonged to middle level of knowledge categories , followed by high (26.66 per cent) and low ( 13.34 per cent) knowledge categories of respondents of ATMQIC about Integrated Farming System. The findings of the study indicated that majority of respondents of ATMQIC were found to have adequate knowledge regarding Integrated Farming System.

Author(s): Pushpa kumawat1* and J.P. Yadav2

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