Adoption and uptake pathways of Biotech Cotton among farmers in selected cotton growing villages of Maharashtra

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A study to analyze the dynamics of adoption and uptake pathways of Bt cotton among small farmers in India was conducted by the Indian Society for Cotton Improvement (ISCI). Three cotton growing states namely Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Punjab were chosen as areas of study that represent three de-marketed but distinct cotton growing zones covering irrigated, semi-irrigated, and rainfed conditions. The research was supported by the John Templeton Foundation and the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA).

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