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Title: ปัจจัยที่มีผลต่อการปฏิบัติตามหลักการปฏิบัติทางการเกษตรดีที่เหมาะสมของผู้ปลูกกาแฟในตำบลป่าแป๋ อำเภอแม่แตง จังหวัดเชียงใหม่
Other Titles: Factors Affecting Practices on Good Agricultural Practices of Coffee Growers in Pa Pae Sub-district, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai Province
Authors: ผศ.ดร.บุศรา ลิ้มนิรันดร์
รศ.ดร. รุจ ศิริสัญลักษณ์
อ.ดร. ธนะชัย พันธ์เกษมสุข
เอกราช บุญล้อมรักษ์
Issue Date: Dec-2014
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: The objectives of this research were to study1) factors affecting practices on good agricultural practices (GAP) of coffee growers in Pa Paesub-district, Mae Taengdistrict, Chiang Mai province 2) relationshipofthosefactors such as personal factors, economic factors and social factors on farming practices by the GAP regulation and 3) problems, obstacles and recommendations towards the GAP of coffee growers in Pa Pae sub-district, Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai province. The research samplings were150 coffee growers in Pa Pae sub-district, Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai province.Datawere collected by interviewed questionnaires and analyzed by descriptive statisticssuch as percentage, mean average, minimization, maximization, standard deviation and Pearson’s coefficientcorrelationproduct moment The results showed that most of the growers were male averaged 49 years of age with educational background lower than the prathom level. Marital Status were married ,land holdiy area 11-30 Rai and cultivated coffee area lower 10 Rai, the household income was53,420.64 baht per year, the experience on coffee growing was 6-10 years. The coffee growers have been trained and receivrd practical knowledge fram excursions on GAP. Also, they regulary contact agricultural extensionists. However, the most of the coffee growers sold their products by themselves. The coffee growing was practiced on the upland condition by growing coffee after harvesting Assam tea.The growers basicly selected Arabica coffee varieties and types. For the practice and production controlling, the growers were protected clothing such as masks, hand-gloves, hats and shoes to prevent any hazardous toxic substances, pesticides application were directly followed recommendations.The research found that the growers harvested mature coffee, where they dried coffee were well-ventilated places and always kept these areas clean. Most of the growers had never recorded the planting dates and also the spreading date of pests and diseases. However, the growers had recorded details on fertilizers application, chemical usages, quantity of coffee produces andreturns from coffee selling. Hypothesis test resulted that the factors which significantly related to the practical works of the growers who followed the regulations on Good Agricultural Practice for coffee were;knowledge and understanding on Good Agricultural Practice regulation such as the participation in technical training completed (GAP), cultivated coffee area field trip study (GAP), contact with agricultural extension officer and the experience on coffee growing. Problems obstacles and recommendations, most of the growers lacking of knowledge about quality management in coffee producing process and after harvesting process such as integrated pest management, exploring pest infestation, dried coffee bean places, drying coffee beans, getting rid of parts of coffee tree as well as diseased beans and recording the good agricultural practices for coffee correctly. Therefore, the suggestion farm thereseach, public and private sectors should cooperate in order to find the solution for the problems and obstacles of the coffee growers.
URI: http://repository.cmu.ac.th/handle/6653943832/39610
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