IMPACT OF CHAWKI REARING TRAINING ON KNOWLEDGE AND ADOPTION OF CHAWKI REARING CENTRE OWNERS IN ANDHRA PRADESH

Article Id: ARCC1370 | Page : 15 - 18
Citation :- IMPACT OF CHAWKI REARING TRAINING ON KNOWLEDGE AND ADOPTION OF CHAWKI REARING CENTRE OWNERS IN ANDHRA PRADESH.Agricultural Science Digest.2010.(30):15 - 18
K.M. Vijaya Kumari R.K. Rajan and P. Sudhakara Rao
Address : Central Sericultural Research and Training Institute, Mysore – 570 008, India

Abstract

Impact of chawki rearing training to the Chawki Rearing Centres (CRC) owners has been studied
in Ananthapur and Chittor districts of Andhra Pradesh. The results indicated that impact of chawki
rearing training improved their knowledge and adoption level in young silkworm rearing technologies
than the mulberry chawki technologies. Further the results indicated that Andhra Pradesh CRC
owners should be focused on the importance of incubation and facilities to be improved to conduct
incubation at their chawki rearing centres

Keywords

Knowledge Adoption Mulberry technologies Chawki rearing technologies Impact.

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