Distribution Process of Pesticides in Vegetable Production in the Southern Part of Bangladesh
Keywords:ANOVA, KMO statistic, Factor analysis, Distribution process, Bangladesh
This study reveals the way of understanding the usages of pesticides and the development of the distribution process of pesticides in vegetable production in southern part of Bangladesh. In this regard, a descriptive study has been, at first, conducted to understand the insights about the pesticide use. A sample of 152 farmers has been interviewed from different regions of Patuakhali and Barisal districts of Bangladesh. To test the data analysis, ANOVA, KMO statistic, and also factor analysis have been conducted and the result revealed that convenient location and collection process of the pesticides are the most important factors for the farmers to produce vegetable.
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