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000262496 245__ $$aThe Requirements of Organic Pomegranate Marketing from Paveh Growers’ Perspective
000262496 260__ $$c2015
000262496 269__ $$a2015-06-01
000262496 336__ $$aJournal Article
000262496 520__ $$aOne factor that has highlighted the role of agriculture in the economy  is  to  make  the  marketing  system  of  agricultural products more efficient. The main purpose of this study was to identify the requirements of marketing the organic pomegranate of Paveh, Kermanshah Province, Iran, from the perspective of farmers. In  order  to  identify  contributing  factors,  an  exploratory  factor analysis was used. The population of this study consisted of the pomegranate growers of Paveh (N=2000) and 320 people were selected  using  the  Cochran  formula  and  a  proportional  stratified sampling method. The main research instrument was a questionnaire that was completed by interview. Validity and reliability were con- firmed using the feedbacks of advisors through 0.78 Cronbach's alpha coefficient. The results showed that the requirements were classified in eight factors of motivational improvement such as informing,  technical,  policy,  economic,  marketing,  infrastructure, management,  and  social–  services  and  they  could  explain  87 percent of the organic pomegranate marketing variance.
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000262496 546__ $$aEnglish
000262496 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000262496 650__ $$aMarketing
000262496 6531_ $$aRequirements
000262496 6531_ $$aMarketing,
000262496 6531_ $$aOrganic Pomegranate
000262496 6531_ $$aPaveh County
000262496 700__ $$aLashgarara, Farhad 
000262496 700__ $$aEhtesham, Shaghayegh 
000262496 700__ $$aOmidi, Maryam 
000262496 773__ $$jVolume 05$$kNumber 2$$o71$$q65$$tInternational Journal of Agricultural Management and Development (IJAMAD)
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