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Knowledge and adoption gap in berseem fodder production technologies in bundelkahnd region of madhya pradesh

Manju Suman, Vikas Kumar and Ashok Kumar

Forage crops play vital role in rearing of livestock production. The commonly available fodders are Berseem, Oats, and Lucerne, Maize Pearl millet, Cowpea, Sorghum, tree leaves and shrubs. Extension system had played a crucial role in enhancing milk production. However, there still exists a wide gap between the technology available with the research system and its’ adoption at farmers’ fields. Therefore, an effort was made to find out the adoption gap in fodder production in Bundelkhand region. The data was collected from 100 respondents by interview method with the help of pre -tested schedule from two districts of MP part of Bundelkhand. It was found that the 90% of respondents grow berseem as a fodder in rabi season while 60.0 percent grow sorghum fodder in kharif and other crops like oats, barley, maize, guar etc grown by some respondents in the study area. The adoption gap in berseem fodder production was varied in different activities as a minimum for land preparation (10.0%) and maximum for Weedicide use as 95.83% and harvesting of fodder as (96.83%) with average adoption gap was observed as (71.63%.) The main reason for non adoption of fodder production technologies in Berseem was small land holdings followed by less irrigation and less priority of fodder crops. The study further indicated that there was significant difference between knowledge and adoption gap with regard to adoption of fodder production practices.

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