TITLE

KİMYEVİ GÜBRE VE TOPRAK TAHLİLİ DESTEĞİNİN SOSYO -EKONOMİK AÇIDAN İNCELENMESİ (TOKAT İLİ ÖRNEĞİ)

AUTHOR(S)
ALTINTAŞ, Gülçin; ALTINTAŞ, Atila
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Turkish Journal of Agricultural Economics;Dec2012, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p55
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study was purposed to socio-economic examination of chemical fertilizer and soil analysis supports. In the research area the survey was made with 135 producers. Producers were categorized into three groups. First group is made of those who are not registered in the Farmer Registration System and, thus, who do not benefit from the support applications. Second group is made of those who are registered in the Farmer Registration System and who get only chemical fertilizer support and the third group consists of those who benefit from both chemical fertilizer and soil analysis supports. In this study, firstly, socio-economic structure of producers was determined and chi-square and G testing was made to determine whether change of this socio-economic structure according to support groups. Moreover, correspondence analysis was made between socio-economic structure of farmers and support groups. As a result of the chi-square test that change depending on to the support groups of the farm size, ownership status, the value of crop production, the levels of social participation and environmental relationship, the levels of agriculture organizations relationship and soil analysis necessity level of consciousness were statistically determined. Producers according to soil analysis necessity level of consciousness were re-grouped in the form of low-medium-high and were tested re-chi square in terms of socio-economic characteristics. As a result of the chi-squaretest that changedepending on tothe soilanalysis necessity level of consciousness groupsof thefarm size, ownership status, the value of crop production, the levels of social participation and environmental relationship, the levels of agriculture organizations relationship were determined.
ACCESSION #
86440377

 

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