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Gol-Aghaei Kalmarzi S, Motamed M, Khaledian M, Shahinrokhsar P. Investigating effective factors in the acceptance of pressurized irrigation systems in greenhouse settlements (case study: Kishestan, Soumae-Sara city). serd 2024; 13 (1)
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1- University of Guilan
2- University of Guilan , motamed@guilan.ac.ir
3- Guilan Agricultural and Natural Resources Research and Training Center
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The present research was carried out in 2023 in Guilan province, Kishestan greenhouse town, Soumae-Sara city. This causal and post-occurrence research, in terms of its practical purpose. The researcher-made questionnaire is the main tool of this research that its validity was obtained by presenting 15 experts and its reliability was obtained using Cronbach's coefficient of 0.9. The statistical population of this research was 103 greenhouse owners who were divided into two groups with pressurized irrigation system and without pressurized irrigation system. Using Cochran's formula, the sample size was estimated to be 82 greenhouse owners. Part of the results in the descriptive statistics section showed that average age of the first group is 40 years and the second group is 46 years. The average experience of greenhouse owners in the first group is 12.2 years and in the second group is 16.63 years. The average area under cultivation of greenhouse owners in the first group is equal to 3235 square meters and in the second group is equal to 2640 square meters. In the analytical statistics section, using logistic regression, it was determined that 93% of the changes in the dependent variable of the research are explained by the independent variables of cultivated area, total annual income, water supply, research and service centers, and extensional publications.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2023/10/27 | Accepted: 2024/04/13

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