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Cognitive domain of vegetable growers with respect to integrated pest management


Cognitive domain of vegetable growers with respect to integrated pest management



Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences 16(1): 77-80



An inventory was administered to 90 vegetable farmers in Malur and Bangalore North taluks, Karnataka, India, to assess their knowledge level with respect to integrated pest management (IPM) practices. Results revealed that majority of the vegetable farmers had medium to high level of knowledge on IPM practices.

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