Author/s:

Billah, M.
Hossain, M.

Publisher:

Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR)

Year of Publication:

2017

The study was conducted to find out the role of Climate Smart Agricultural (CSA) technologies in sustainable crop production. The data were collected from 60 randomly selected coastal farmers from the period of August 2017. A mixed method (personal interview and Focus group discussion) was used to determine the role of CSA technologies in sustainable crop production. The findings of the study revealed that CSA technologies in 50% cases played medium role in sustainable crop production while in 28.3% cases contributed high role and 21.7% cases contributed low role. Correlation analysis indicated that among the selected socio- economic characteristics, respondent’s education, annual family income, household assets, communication exposure and agricultural training showed positive and significant relationship with the role of CSA technologies in sustainable crop production. On the other hand, age showed negative significant relationship while credit received showed no significant relationship.

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