International Journal for Asian Contemporary Research, 2(1): 30-33

Research Article

The Attitude of Farmers Towards Modern Jute Cultivation Technologies: The Case of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Md. Abdul Hannan,
Md. Abdul Hannan,

Leaf Manager (Agronomy & Crop Production & management specialist), Virgo Tobacco Limited, DOHS Baridhara, Dhaka-1206, Bangladesh.

Shuborna Sultana
Shuborna Sultana

Faculty member, Udayan School and college Mirpur, Dhaka-1216, (MS In Plant Pathology).

Md. Younus Ali
Md. Younus Ali

Senior Scientific Officer, Fibre Quality Improvement Division, Bangladesh Jute Research Institute (BJRI), Manik Mia Avenue, Dhaka-1207.

Jannatul Ferdausi
Jannatul Ferdausi

Senior Lecturer, Lathigonj school & College, Gabtoli, Bogura.

and Md. Ektear Uddin*
Md. Ektear Uddin*

Dept. of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, Patuakhali Science and Technology University, Dumki, Patuakhali-8602, Bangladesh. Email: [email protected]

Received: 10 May, 2022 || Accepted: 12 July, 2022 || Published: 20 July, 2022



The research aimed to identify farmers' attitudes about contemporary jute farming technology and investigate the connections between a few key jute grower traits and those attitudes. The research was conducted in randomly selected five unions of Rajshahi district, Bangladesh and Paba Upazila (sub-district). Personal information was gathered via face-to-face structurally scheduled interviews between 10 January to March 12, 2021. According to the data, most farmers (40.04 %) had a very favourable attitude, while 42.82% and 17.14% had a favourable and less favourable attitude, respectively. Furthermore, the Pearson correlation coefficient analysis results revealed education, training, innovativeness and extension media contact are positively significant to their attitude towards modern technology. Therefore, a higher level of education, training, knowledge and innovativeness increase the attitude toward modern technology use. On the other hand, there was no correlation between the attitude toward modern jute cultivation technology of the jute producers and their age, farm size, annual family income, and agricultural knowledge.


Keywords:   Agricultural Extension, Attitude, Bangladesh and Socio-economic Development.

Copyright information: Copyright © 2022 Author(s) retain the copyright of this article. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

    To cite this article: Hannan, M. A., Sultana, S., Ali, M.Y., Ferdausi, J. and Uddin, M.E. (2022). The Attitude of Farmers Towards Modern Jute Cultivation Technologies: The Case of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. International Journal for Asian Contemporary Research, 2 (2): 30-33.  



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