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Sharmin, H. (2005) Rural Women’s Perception of Benefits of Involvement in Income Generating Activities under a Non-Government Organization. M.S. (Ag. Ext. Ed.) Thesis, Department of Agricultural Extension Education, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh.

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  • TITLE: Farmers’ Knowledge on Climate Change Effects in Agriculture

    AUTHORS: Md. Saiful Islam, Muhammad Humayun Kabir, Md. Sekender Ali, Mst. Sharmin Sultana, Mohammad Mahasin

    KEYWORDS: Farmers Knowledge, Climate Change, Agriculture, Bangladesh

    JOURNAL NAME: Agricultural Sciences, Vol.10 No.3, March 27, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The major objectives of the study were to determine farmers’ knowledge on climate change effects in agriculture and to identify the factors that influenced farmers’ knowledge on climate change effects in agriculture. The study was conducted in four villages under Kazipur upazila of Sirajgonj district. Data were collected by using interview schedule from randomly selected 113 respondents during 1st January to 30th January, 2018. The findings revealed that an overwhelming majority (78.8%) of the respondents had medium to high knowledge on climate change effects in agriculture. Among eight selected characteristics, extension media contact, training received, organizational participation, and cosmopoliteness had significant positive contribution to the farmers’ knowledge on climate change effects in agriculture. It is recommended that to increase farmers’ knowledge on climate change effects initiative should be taken to improve farmers’ knowledge through more involving with organization, extension media and program.