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International Journal of Pure & Applied Bioscience (IJPAB)
Year : 2018, Volume : 6, Issue : 2
First page : (1252) Last page : (1258)
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Impact of Trainings & Improved Transfer Technology on Chickpea Production 

Hukam Singh Kothyari*, K. C. Meena, B. L. Meena and Ramkishan Meena
Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Agriculture University, Kota (Rajasthan)
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Received: 15.03.2018  |  Revised: 22.04.2018   |  Accepted: 27.04.2018  



The research study was conducted during Rabi 2017-18 with 125 field demonstrations on chick pea in 50 ha area. The Result revealed that the highest grain yield obtained under demonstrated plots was ranged between 17.10 qha-1 to 21.70 qha-1 with an average 19.77 qha-1 as compared to farmer’s practice with an average 16.10 qha-1 which was increased 23.05 percent more as compared to farmer’s practices. An average extension gap between demonstrated practices and farmers practices was obtained 3.67 qha-1 (Table 3)The total cost of cultivation (Rs/ha), Gross return (Rs/ha) and net return (Rs/ha), B: C Ratio under the demonstration plots were reported with an average of 25163 Rs/ha, 92982 Rs/ha, 67819 Rs/ha, 2.70 as compared to local check with an average of 24077 Rs/ha, 73575 Rs/ha, 44498 Rs/ha and 2.06 respectively during the period of research study (Table 4). The results of the study revealed that the increase percent in adoption level ranging from 20.00 percent of storage and marketing to 65.60 percent of Irrigation management after conducting the FLD programmes.  It can be concluded that the Trainings and improved technology under chickpea production technology gave higher Seed yield, net return with higher benefit cost ratio under demonstrated plot as compared to farmer’s practices.

Key words: Chick pea, Net return, Extension gap, Seed yield.

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Cite this article: Kothyari, H.S., Meena, K.C., Meena, B.L. and Meena, R., Impact of Trainings & Improved Transfer Technology on Chickpea Production, Int. J. Pure App. Biosci.6(2): 1252-1258 (2018). doi: