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Training on Jasmine Cultivation- An Impact Study

Author Affiliations

  • 1KVK, CPCRI, Kasaragod, INDIA
  • 2KVK, CPCRI, Kasaragod, INDIA
  • 3KVK, CPCRI, Kasaragod, INDIA
  • 4KVK, CPCRI, Kasaragod, INDIA

Res. J. Agriculture & Forestry Sci., Volume 2, Issue (10), Pages 5-7, October,8 (2014)


Jasmine (Jasminum sp.) is one of the leading traditional flowers of India. Its flowers are used for making garlands, adorning hairs of women, in religious and ceremonial functions and for producing jasmine oil for perfume manufacture. Realising the economic significance of jasmine, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kasaragod considered it appropriate to popularise Jasmine cultivation among women self groups, house wives and rural youth through training programmes. Ex-trainees who attended the training programme on jasmine cultivation at KVK, Kasaragod during 2006-09 were interviewed by using a well structured interview schedule. The present study revealed that the training programmes conducted at KVK, Kasaragod on jasmine cultivation have significantly influenced womenfolk of Kasaragod, thereby emphasising the empowerment of farm women through technological literacy on jasmine cultivation.


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