CONTRAINTS IN ADOPTION OF INSECTICIDES USE TECHNOLOGY BY CHICKPEA PRODUCER IN VIDHYAN PLATEAU OF MADHYA PRADESH, india

DOI: 10.5958/j.0976-058X.48.2.027    | Article Id: A-3303 | Page : 158-161
Citation :- CONTRAINTS IN ADOPTION OF INSECTICIDES USE TECHNOLOGY BY CHICKPEA PRODUCER IN VIDHYAN PLATEAU OF MADHYA PRADESH, india.Indian Journal Of Agricultural Research.2014.(48):158-161
V.K. Garg, M.P. Nayak1, Anil Kulshrestha2 and S.K. Sen2 vinodgargluhari@rediffmail.com
Address : JNKVV College of Agriculture, Ganj Basoda, VIdisha-464 221, India

Abstract

The studies were conducted in six villages of Ganj Basoda block of Vidisha district (Madhya Pradesh). It is indicated that cent percent chickpea producers  expressed the problems of increased insect pest incidence enforced them to use excess insecticide dosages for their management, Farmers also felt that their inability to read the instruction given by manufactures on the label of containers, difficulty of diagnosis of insect pest, adulteration and inefficacy of the insecticides, lack of knowledge about IPM technology, insecticides application equipments, mixing of two or more insecticides/ chemicals and technical guidance made them to deviate from the optimum use of insecticide. Organising more number of extension programes like trainings kisan melas, field days, seminars, workshop, interface, demonstrations and regular visits on farmers filed by scientist and extension personnel, checking of adulteration efficacy of the insecticides,and development of insect pest tolerance varieties is requires. Awareness of farmers in respect of natural enemies of insect pest, broadcasting and telecasting radio and television programmes on optimum / need based use of insecticides and hazardous of indiscriminate use of insecticide and need of timely technical guidance were some of the suggestions expressed by chickpea producers.

Keywords

Chickpea producer Insecticides use Suggestions.

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