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Title: ความต้องการการส่งเสริมการผลิตข้าวอินทรีย์ของเกษตรกรในจังหวัดเชียงใหม่
Other Titles: Farmers’ needs of organic rice production extension in Chiang Mai Province
Authors: อาจรีย์ วันเมือง
Authors: วรทัศน์ อินทรัคคัมพร
ภาณุพันธุ์ ประภาติกุล
แสงทิวา สุริยงค์
อาจรีย์ วันเมือง
Issue Date: Apr-2564
Publisher: เชียงใหม่ : บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย มหาวิทยาลัยเชียงใหม่
Abstract: The objectives of this study were to study 1) the socio-economic of farmers producing organic rice in Chiang Mai Province; 2) analyze farmers' needs of organic rice production extension in Chiang Mai province; and 3) analyze factors having relationships with farmers' needs of organic rice production extension in Chiang Mai province. The sample were 183 farmers who joining the project on the extension of organic rice production in Chiang Mai province. Data collection using interviewing. Statistical techniques used were frequency, mean, percentage, maximum value, minimum value, and standard deviation. Besides, stepwise multiple regression analysis was conducted for hypothesis testing. From research findings, it was found that the majority of respondents were male, 54.26 years old average, elementary school graduates and they had an experience in organic rice growing for 7.86 years on average. Each of the informant had and area for organic rice growing for 7.18 rai on average. Regarding the allocation of organic rice yields, it was found that most of the informants kept some of their rice yields for household consumption and the surplus was sold. The water supply for organic rice production was mostly from irrigation (4,090.01 kg per year in 2019-2020 with an income of 32,631.13 baht on average). Most of the informants spent their owe capital for organic rice production with 3.81 workforce on average. They were members of an organic rice production group and they used to attend a training on organic rice production. It was found that the informants had a high level of needs for organic rice production (x̄ = 2.51). This included the following: knowledge about principle of organic rice production(x̄ = 2.57) ; extension of organic rice production method (x̄ = 2.42), respectively. Educational attainment, debts, and channels of organic farming perception had an cffect on needs for the extension of organic rice production of the farmers with a statistical significance level at 0.05 The problem of farmers from research findings, farmers still lack knowledge on organic fertilizers that are suitable for rice fields. The yield obtained from the organic conversion was low in the early stages of organic processing. Not enough water. Weeds were found in rice fields. Contaminants in rice fields caused by farming nearby. The staff lack continuous extension. The training of knowledge does not meet the needs of farmers. Including lack of support for agricultural equipment. Farmers recommend that there should be the training of knowledge on how to make appropriate organic fertilizers. That are suitable for rice fields. The stall' continuous extension and continue to find markets to buy products. And should be agricultural equipment support reduces production costs.
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