Technology Adoption among Cassava Producers in Ijebu North-East Local Government Area of Ogun State

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  title={Technology Adoption among Cassava Producers in Ijebu North-East Local Government Area of Ogun State},
  author={Ezekiel Olaoluwa Akerele and Diran Olawale Awotide and Kassim Adekunle Akanni},
  year={2016}
}
The main objective of this research work was to find out the adoption of technology among cassava producers in the study area. A multistage random sampling procedure was adopted to collect primary data from 80 cassava farmers who were randomly selected from some selected communities in the study area. Descriptive statistics, logit regression analysis and budgetary analysis were used to analyze the data collected. The result revealed that majority of the respondents have low formal education, as… CONTINUE READING

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