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P-ISSN: 2788-8428, E-ISSN: 2788-8436

2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part A


Farmers’ perception about the impact of plant clinic on potato productivity: Implications for agriculture extension service in Punjab Pakistan


Author(s): Asif Waheed, Ahmad Abdul Wahab, Faryal Ahmed, Muhammad Umer Saleem, Syed Sohail Ahmad, Syeda Alina Batool, Wajee Ul Hassan, Tayyaba Saleem and Hafiz Ali Raza

Abstract: Agricultural Extension is working on various projects to develop agriculture and make positive decisions for the future. Now a day agricultural extension adopted the latest approach to plant clinics. Therefore, the present study was designed to identify the farmers' perception about the impact of plant clinics on potato productivity in Tehsil Depalpur, District Okara. A sample of about 120 farmers was randomly selected to gather information about the underlying research. It was found that farmers had the perception that the plant clinics provided skills about productivity for potato is ranked 1st. However, retention about plant productivity and awareness about the planted area were ranked as 2nd to 3rd, respectively. It was found that farmers had the perception that the plant clinics provided information sources of funding provide government and this information was ranked 1st, information about funding policies/ level of self-funding and available of funds were ranked as 2nd to 3rd, respectively. However, plant clinics provided information about central level support leadership, follow policy and governance framework was ranked as 2nd to 3rd, respectively.

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How to cite this article:
Asif Waheed, Ahmad Abdul Wahab, Faryal Ahmed, Muhammad Umer Saleem, Syed Sohail Ahmad, Syeda Alina Batool, Wajee Ul Hassan, Tayyaba Saleem, Hafiz Ali Raza. Farmers’ perception about the impact of plant clinic on potato productivity: Implications for agriculture extension service in Punjab Pakistan. Zool Entomol Lett 2021;1(2):56-59.

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