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Yıl 2017, Cilt 6, Sayı 1, 1 - 7, 30.03.2017
https://doi.org/10.17261/Pressacademia.2017.380

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  • Bird, E., Bultena, G., & Gardner, J.C., 1995, Planting the Future. Developing Agriculture that Sustains Land and Community. Iowa State University Press, Ames,IA.
  • Brodt, S. & Schug, D., 2008, “Challenges in Transitioning to Organic Farming in West Bengal, India,” In: Proceedings of 16th IFOAM Organic World Congress, June 16-20 2008, Modena, Italy.
  • Bryne, P.J., Toensmeyer, U.C., German, C.L., Muller, H.R., 1991, “Analysis of consumer attitudes toward organic produce and purchase likelihood,” Journal of Food Distribution Research, 22, pp. 49-62.
  • Carr, S. & & Tate, J., 1991, “Differences in the attitudes of farmers and conservationists and their implications,” Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 32, pp. 281-294.
  • Food and Agriculture Organization , 2002, Organic Agriculture and Food Security, Rome: FAO.
  • Flaten, O., Lien, G., Ebbesvik, M., Koesling, M. & Valle, P. S., 2006, “Do the New Organic Producers Differ from the ‘Old Guard’?
  • Empirical Results from Norwegian Dairy Farming”, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, vol. 21, pp. 174–182.
  • Flora, C.B., 1995, “Social Capital and Sustainability. Agriculture and Communities in the Great Plains and Corn Belt,” Research in rural sociology and development, vol. 6, pp. 227-246.
  • Hanson, J., Dismukes, R., Chambers, W., Greene, C.&Kremen, A., 2004, “Risk and Risk Management in Organic Agriculture:Views of Organic Farmers,” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, vol. 19, pp. 218-227.
  • Khaledi, M., Weseen, S., Sawyer, E., Ferguson, S. & Gray, R., 2010, “Factors Influencing Partial and Complete Adoption of Organic Farming Practices in Saskatchewan, Canada,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 58, pp. 37-56.
  • Kilcher, L. & Echeverria, F., 2010, “Organic Agriculture and Development Support Overview,” In: Willer, H. & Kilcher, L. (Eds.), The World of Organic Agriculture - Statistics and Emerging Trends 2010 (pp. 92–96), FiBL and IFOAM, Frick, Switzerland and Bonn, Germany.
  • Koesling, M., Flaten, O. & Lien, G., 2008, “Factors Influencing the Conversion to Organic Farming in Norway”, International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, vol. 7, no. 1/2, 2008.
  • Lampkin, N.H., 1994, “Changes in Physical and financial performance during conversion to organic farming: Case studies of two English dairy farms,” In: Lampkin N.H. and Padel, S. (eds.), The Economics of Organic Farming: an International Perspective, CAB International: Oxon, UK, pp. 223-241.
  • Lasley, P., Holmberg, E.&Bultena, G., 1993, “Is Sustainable Agriculture an Elixir for Rural Communities ?” American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 133-139.
  • Lotter, D.W., 2008,”Organic Agriculture,” Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, vol 21, no. 4, pp. 59-128.
  • MacRae, R.J., Frick, B. & Martin, R.C., 2007, Economic and Social Impacts of Organic Production Systems,” Canadian Journal of Plant Science, vol. 87, pp. 1037-1044.
  • McEachern, M.G. & Willock, J., 2004, “Producers and Consumers of Organic Meat-A Focus on Attitudes and Motivations,” British Food Journal, vol. 106, no. 7, pp. 534-552.
  • Mingchai, C. & Yossuck, P., 2008, “Thai organic farming: policy context and content analysis” (in Thai), Proceedings of the 46th Kasetsart University annual Conference, Thailand, Bangkok: Kasetsart University.
  • Mzoughi, N., 2011, “Farmers Adoption of Integrated Crop Protection and Organic Farming: Do Moral and Social Concerns Matter?”, Ecological Economics, vol.70, no.8, pp. 1536–1545.
  • Mzoughi, N., 2014, “Do Organic Farmers feel Happier than Conventional Ones ? An Exploratory Analysis,” Ecological Economics, vol. 103, pp. 38-43.
  • Newman, D.L., Saunders, L.S., Pittaway, S.F. and Anderson, G.A., 1990, “Multi-discriminant analysis of farmers’ risk responses,” Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Branch of the Agricultural Economics Society, Rural Policy Unit no. 26, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, London.
  • Padel, S., 2001, “Conversion to Organic Farming: Typical Example of the Diffusion of an Innovation?,” Sociologia Ruralis, vol. 41, pp. 40–61.
  • Panyakul,V., 2008, Overall Thai Organic Agriculture 2008 (December, 2009), Retrieved from http://www.greennet.or.th/sites/default/files/Thai%20OA%202008.pdf (in Thai) on July 3, 2016.
  • Panyakul,V.,2008, Overall Thai Organic Agriculture 2013-2014 (April 21, 2015). Retrieved from http://www.greennet.or.th/sites/default/files/Thai%20OA%2013-14.pdf (in Thai) on July 3, 2016.
  • Pornpratansombat, P., Bauer, B., & Boland, H., 2011, “The Adoption of Organic Rice Farming in Northeastern Thailand”, Journal of Organic Systems, vol. 6, no. 3, 2011.
  • Qiao, Y. Halberg, N., Vaheesan S. and Scott, S., 2016, “Assessing the social and economic benefits of organic and fair trade tea production for small-scale farmers in Asia: a comparative case study of China and Sri Lanka,” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, vol. 31, no. 3, pp.246-257.
  • Setboonsarng, S., 2006, Organic Agriculture, Poverty Reduction and the MDGs (August 2006). ADB Institute Discussion Paper No. 54, Retrieved from https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/publication/156691/adbi-dp54.pdf on July 3, 2016.
  • Stofferahn, C.W., 2009, “Personal, Farm and Value Orientations in Conversion to Organic Farming,”Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, vol. 33, pp. 862-864.
  • Tawatsin A., Thavara, U. & Siriyasatien, P., 2015, “Pesticides Used in Thailand and Toxic Effects to Human Health,” Medical Research Archives, July 2015, issue 3, pp. 1-10.
  • Tiraieyari, N., Hamzah, A., and Samah, B.A.(2014). Organic Farming and Sustainable Agriculture in Malaysia : Organic Farmer’s Challenges towards Adoption. Asian Social Science, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 1-7.
  • Vidyarthi, A., Cadilhon, J. and Hitchcock, D. (2009). Factors Affecting Conversion from Conventional to Organic Vegetable Farming in
  • Thailand, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Retrieved from http://www.fao.org/3/a-ak835e.pdf July 3, 2016

MOTIVATION TOWARD THE EXTENSION OF ORGANIC RICE PRODUCTION IN NORTHEAST THAILAND

Yıl 2017, Cilt 6, Sayı 1, 1 - 7, 30.03.2017
https://doi.org/10.17261/Pressacademia.2017.380

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Purpose- Organic rice growers have continued their lives and organic agriculture way of production firmly, although there is a common way of rice production by using chemical fertilizers and pesticides in Thailand. Movtivation of these organic growers will be explored for concerned organizations to encourage more organic production in the country. Surin and Yasothon provinces were the study area as there is a large number of organic rice production in these 2 provinces.

Methodology- Descriptive and quantitative analysis by Multiple regression analysis are applied.

Findings- The results showed that the most influential factors that motivated organic production was due to farmer’s opinion that organic agriculture is the way of sustainable production mode, a good relationship within the household and no excessive resources compared with chemicals. In addition, government support, health concern, organic being the new production trend, and cost reduction were also statistically significant factors.

Conclusion- Facilitation from concerned organizations to motivate farmers to extend their production area from these factors are recommended. 

Kaynakça

  • Bird, E., Bultena, G., & Gardner, J.C., 1995, Planting the Future. Developing Agriculture that Sustains Land and Community. Iowa State University Press, Ames,IA.
  • Brodt, S. & Schug, D., 2008, “Challenges in Transitioning to Organic Farming in West Bengal, India,” In: Proceedings of 16th IFOAM Organic World Congress, June 16-20 2008, Modena, Italy.
  • Bryne, P.J., Toensmeyer, U.C., German, C.L., Muller, H.R., 1991, “Analysis of consumer attitudes toward organic produce and purchase likelihood,” Journal of Food Distribution Research, 22, pp. 49-62.
  • Carr, S. & & Tate, J., 1991, “Differences in the attitudes of farmers and conservationists and their implications,” Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 32, pp. 281-294.
  • Food and Agriculture Organization , 2002, Organic Agriculture and Food Security, Rome: FAO.
  • Flaten, O., Lien, G., Ebbesvik, M., Koesling, M. & Valle, P. S., 2006, “Do the New Organic Producers Differ from the ‘Old Guard’?
  • Empirical Results from Norwegian Dairy Farming”, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, vol. 21, pp. 174–182.
  • Flora, C.B., 1995, “Social Capital and Sustainability. Agriculture and Communities in the Great Plains and Corn Belt,” Research in rural sociology and development, vol. 6, pp. 227-246.
  • Hanson, J., Dismukes, R., Chambers, W., Greene, C.&Kremen, A., 2004, “Risk and Risk Management in Organic Agriculture:Views of Organic Farmers,” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, vol. 19, pp. 218-227.
  • Khaledi, M., Weseen, S., Sawyer, E., Ferguson, S. & Gray, R., 2010, “Factors Influencing Partial and Complete Adoption of Organic Farming Practices in Saskatchewan, Canada,” Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol. 58, pp. 37-56.
  • Kilcher, L. & Echeverria, F., 2010, “Organic Agriculture and Development Support Overview,” In: Willer, H. & Kilcher, L. (Eds.), The World of Organic Agriculture - Statistics and Emerging Trends 2010 (pp. 92–96), FiBL and IFOAM, Frick, Switzerland and Bonn, Germany.
  • Koesling, M., Flaten, O. & Lien, G., 2008, “Factors Influencing the Conversion to Organic Farming in Norway”, International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology, vol. 7, no. 1/2, 2008.
  • Lampkin, N.H., 1994, “Changes in Physical and financial performance during conversion to organic farming: Case studies of two English dairy farms,” In: Lampkin N.H. and Padel, S. (eds.), The Economics of Organic Farming: an International Perspective, CAB International: Oxon, UK, pp. 223-241.
  • Lasley, P., Holmberg, E.&Bultena, G., 1993, “Is Sustainable Agriculture an Elixir for Rural Communities ?” American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 133-139.
  • Lotter, D.W., 2008,”Organic Agriculture,” Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, vol 21, no. 4, pp. 59-128.
  • MacRae, R.J., Frick, B. & Martin, R.C., 2007, Economic and Social Impacts of Organic Production Systems,” Canadian Journal of Plant Science, vol. 87, pp. 1037-1044.
  • McEachern, M.G. & Willock, J., 2004, “Producers and Consumers of Organic Meat-A Focus on Attitudes and Motivations,” British Food Journal, vol. 106, no. 7, pp. 534-552.
  • Mingchai, C. & Yossuck, P., 2008, “Thai organic farming: policy context and content analysis” (in Thai), Proceedings of the 46th Kasetsart University annual Conference, Thailand, Bangkok: Kasetsart University.
  • Mzoughi, N., 2011, “Farmers Adoption of Integrated Crop Protection and Organic Farming: Do Moral and Social Concerns Matter?”, Ecological Economics, vol.70, no.8, pp. 1536–1545.
  • Mzoughi, N., 2014, “Do Organic Farmers feel Happier than Conventional Ones ? An Exploratory Analysis,” Ecological Economics, vol. 103, pp. 38-43.
  • Newman, D.L., Saunders, L.S., Pittaway, S.F. and Anderson, G.A., 1990, “Multi-discriminant analysis of farmers’ risk responses,” Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the New Zealand Branch of the Agricultural Economics Society, Rural Policy Unit no. 26, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, London.
  • Padel, S., 2001, “Conversion to Organic Farming: Typical Example of the Diffusion of an Innovation?,” Sociologia Ruralis, vol. 41, pp. 40–61.
  • Panyakul,V., 2008, Overall Thai Organic Agriculture 2008 (December, 2009), Retrieved from http://www.greennet.or.th/sites/default/files/Thai%20OA%202008.pdf (in Thai) on July 3, 2016.
  • Panyakul,V.,2008, Overall Thai Organic Agriculture 2013-2014 (April 21, 2015). Retrieved from http://www.greennet.or.th/sites/default/files/Thai%20OA%2013-14.pdf (in Thai) on July 3, 2016.
  • Pornpratansombat, P., Bauer, B., & Boland, H., 2011, “The Adoption of Organic Rice Farming in Northeastern Thailand”, Journal of Organic Systems, vol. 6, no. 3, 2011.
  • Qiao, Y. Halberg, N., Vaheesan S. and Scott, S., 2016, “Assessing the social and economic benefits of organic and fair trade tea production for small-scale farmers in Asia: a comparative case study of China and Sri Lanka,” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, vol. 31, no. 3, pp.246-257.
  • Setboonsarng, S., 2006, Organic Agriculture, Poverty Reduction and the MDGs (August 2006). ADB Institute Discussion Paper No. 54, Retrieved from https://www.adb.org/sites/default/files/publication/156691/adbi-dp54.pdf on July 3, 2016.
  • Stofferahn, C.W., 2009, “Personal, Farm and Value Orientations in Conversion to Organic Farming,”Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, vol. 33, pp. 862-864.
  • Tawatsin A., Thavara, U. & Siriyasatien, P., 2015, “Pesticides Used in Thailand and Toxic Effects to Human Health,” Medical Research Archives, July 2015, issue 3, pp. 1-10.
  • Tiraieyari, N., Hamzah, A., and Samah, B.A.(2014). Organic Farming and Sustainable Agriculture in Malaysia : Organic Farmer’s Challenges towards Adoption. Asian Social Science, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 1-7.
  • Vidyarthi, A., Cadilhon, J. and Hitchcock, D. (2009). Factors Affecting Conversion from Conventional to Organic Vegetable Farming in
  • Thailand, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Retrieved from http://www.fao.org/3/a-ak835e.pdf July 3, 2016

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Yayımlanma Tarihi 30 Mart 2017
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2017, Cilt 6, Sayı 1

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APA Suwunnamek, O. & Asawaruangpipop, P. (2017). MOTIVATION TOWARD THE EXTENSION OF ORGANIC RICE PRODUCTION IN NORTHEAST THAILAND . Journal of Business Economics and Finance , 6 (1) , 1-7 . DOI: 10.17261/Pressacademia.2017.380

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