UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION SOURCES AND ADOPTION OF COMPOSITE FISH CULTURE TECHNOLOGY

Article Id: ARCC3230 | Page : 286-289
Citation :- UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION SOURCES AND ADOPTION OF COMPOSITE FISH CULTURE TECHNOLOGY.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2007.(41):286-289
S. Sasmal, H. K. Patra*, J.D. Sarkar* and B. Saxena*
Address : Department of Fisheries, IGAU, Raipur - 492 006, C.G, India.

Abstract

The present investigation was carried out in sixteen purposively selected villages of Dharsiwa
Block of Raipur District. A total 80 respondents were selected randomly and personally interviewed
with the help of the structured interview schedule. Regarding the extent of knowledge and adoption, majority of the fish farmers had medium level of knowledge (58.75%) and low level of adoption (66.25%) with favorable (48.75%) opinion towards the composite fish culture technology

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