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Channels of Communication to Farmers in Technological Change

in Technological Change N S Shetty This study of sample farmers in two Mysore villages shows that institutional agencies are more important at the awareness and acquaintance stage of adoption among innovators and early adopters. These farmers, who constitute only a small proportion of total farmers, are favoured by a number of socioeconomic factors.

Final and Revised Crop Estimates-An Analysis of Discrepancies

Time lags are common in the collection and compilation of crop-production statistics. It takes about two years to revise the 'final' estimates, framed soon after the harvest, on the basis of complete returns of production.

Agricultural Innovations Leaders and Laggards

Agricultural Innovations: Leaders and Laggards N S Shetty This paper analyses the time pattern of adoption of innovations in agriculture and examines the factors which help or hinder their acceptance. The study is based on an investigation of 270 rice farmers in two villages of South Kanara district of Mysore.

Deadwood in Plenty

August 10,1968 trade and transport along with predominant manufacture, moderate industry along with predominant trade or service seem to have resulted in relatively high per cent increase in population.

Generalisations without Support

Generalisations without Support N S Shetty' Some Aspects of Co-operative Farming in India with Special Reference to the Punjab; S K Goyal, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi; Studies in Economic Growth, No 9 ; Asia Publishing House,
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