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 however, the savings may be only imputational because Jats normally do not work for wages within the agricultural sector. This only suggests that the behaviour of both adopters and non-adopters is economically rational it is, therefore, not surprising if one finds that "the adopters and non-adopters have an almost equal percentage of literate adults in their families".11 It is indicated that the ratio of families with and without urban occupation is 23/6 among adopters and 14/11 among non-adopters. Although the difference is found statistically not significant, yet a larger percentage of families with urban occupation among adopters further aggravates the labour shortage problem in this group.

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