alexa Abstract | Influencing factors on feasibility of hydroponics cultivation in regard to training and research viewpoint of experts

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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The purpose of this study was to determine effect of factors on feasibility of hydroponics cultivation regard to
training and research. The research population consisted of 176 experts in Agricultural Ministry, which were
selected using census method. The methodological approach of this study was descriptive-correlative. Validity of the instrument was established by a panel of experts consisting of senior faculty members and research committe advisors. Reliability analysis was conducted by using Cronbach alpha formula and result was 0.83. The results showed that 82.3, 13.7 and 4 percent of experts expressed that their feasibility of hydroponics cultivation regard to training and research were weak, moderate and good respectively. Also the results of the multiple regression analysis (stepwise method) revealed that political factors and social factors explained a variation of 26.7 percent of feasibility of hydroponics cultivation regard to training and research

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Author(s): Gholamreza Dinpanah and Farhad Zand


feasibility, training and research, hydroponics cultivation

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