Marketing Behaviour of Organic Farmers in Karur district of Tamil Nadu
Keywords:Marketing behavior, Organic farming, Food security, Market information, Price fixing, Tamil Nadu
AbstractIn the recent past, most of the developed countries and some of the developing countries are returning to organic farming cultivation. For sustaining a healthy ecosystem there is a need for adoption of organic farming in India. The study was conducted in Karur district of Tamil Nadu to assess the marketing behavior of organic farmers. Nearly three-fourths of the respondents had medium level of marketing behavior.
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Sivaraj, P, Philip, H & Pirabu, JV.(2018). Marketing behaviour of certified organic farmers in Tamil Nadu. Journal of Extension Education, 30(3)
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