The effect of farmer’s education on productivity and income (Case study: Herat province rural area’s farmers)Author(s):
Fariha Amin Haidary and Ghulam Saeed MahmoodiAbstract:
Over 54 percent of the population is living under the poverty line while the number has risen to 67 percent during winter season in the country. And from each 5 poor 4 of them are living in the rural area and 43.6 percent of poor people are busy in agricultural sector and few of them have access to basic services Estimation results show that educational variables (elementary, twelfth degree, fourteenth degree, bachelor's, master's and doctoral) have a positive effect on the dependent variables (farmers' productivity and income) and the results obtained by SPSS software show that the severity of the relationship between education and farmers' productivity and between education and farmers' income respectively Is equal to (0.681 **) and (0.738 **).and The farmer that is more educated is more likely to use new technology and modern agricultural methods. The research design for this study was the experimental research design.Pages: 227-234 | Views: 136 | Downloads: 69Download Full Article: Click Here
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Fariha Amin Haidary and Ghulam Saeed Mahmoodi. The effect of farmer’s education on productivity and income (Case study: Herat province rural area’s farmers). International Journal of Advanced Academic Studies. 2020; 2(2): 227-234.