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Adoption Of Improved Paddy Varieties: The Rate And Determinants Of Adoption Among Small-holder Rice Farmers In Mvomero District, Tanzania
This study was carried out to examine the adoption of improved paddy varieties among small-holder rice farmers in Mvomero district. Specifically, the study determined the rate and factors for adoption. Cross-sectional design was used, in which Questionnaire survey was used to collect data from 120 respondents who were randomly selected. Data were analyzed by using Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS), whereby frequency and percentage were used to determine distribution of variables. Adoption Index was used to analyze the rate of adoption, while Multiple regressions were used to analyze the determinants of adoption of improved paddy varieties among farmers.
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