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Drivers for the behavioural receptiveness and non-receptiveness of farmers towards organic cultivation system

PUBLISHED November 01, 2022 (DOI: https://doi.org/10.54985/peeref.2211p1582107)

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Authors

Nitika Thakur1 , Mohit Nigam1 , Retika Tewary1 , Khushboo Raghuvanshi1 , Manoj Kumar1 , Sudheesh K Shukla2 , Ghada Abd Elmonsef Mahmoud3 , Shivendra Gupta4
  1. Shoolini University
  2. University of Johannesburg, Doornfontein Campus, P.O. Box 17011, Johannesburg, 2028, South Africa an
  3. Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516, Egypt
  4. Bahra University

Conference / event

Tropentag 2021, June 2021 (Virtual)

Poster summary

The excessive use of chemicals is an inorganic food production method, which made the health-conscious people explore and follow organic farming. The present study highlights the acceptance and perception of farmers and consumers towards organic farming and its benefits from farm level to marketing of the final product to ensure sustainability. Furthermore, for the farmers, it is essential to stand individually with self-interest and zeal to become a "successful farmer" following the pattern, integration and certification of organic farming. The scenario and prospect of organic farming, highlighting the barriers, which hinder a farmer from adopting and investing sustainably are also taken into account here.

Keywords

Sustainability, Organic farming, Farmer behaviour, Case study

Research areas

Agriculture, Environmental Sciences, Microbiology, Toxicology

References

  1. 1. Alzaidi, A. A., Baig, M. B., and Elhag, E. A., 2013. “An investigation into farmers’ attitude towards organic farming in Riyadh region- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.” Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 19: 426–431
  2. 8. Dang, H. L., Li, E., Nuberg, I., and Bruwer, J. 2014. “Understanding farmers’ adaptation Intention to climate change: a structural equation modelling study in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam.” Environ. Sci. Policy 41: 11–22.
  3. 9. Darnhofer, I., Schneeberger, W., and Freyer, B. 2005. “Converting or not converting to organic farming in Austria: Farmer types and their rationale.” Agriculture and Human Values 22: 39–52

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Competing interests
No competing interests were disclosed.
Data availability statement
The datasets generated during and / or analyzed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.
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Copyright © 2022 Thakur et al. This is an open access work distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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Thakur, N., Nigam, M., Tewary, R., Raghuvanshi, K., Kumar, M., Shukla, S., Abd Elmonsef Mahmoud, G., Gupta, S. Drivers for the behavioural receptiveness and non-receptiveness of farmers towards organic cultivation system [not peer reviewed]. Peeref 2022 (poster).
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