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Journal:   WATER AND SOIL SCIENCE (JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES)   FALL 2007 , Volume 11 , Number 41 (B); Page(s) 417 To 431.
 
Paper:  INVESTIGATION AND COMPARISON OF REASONS FOR FARMERS DISAGREEMENT WITH LAND CONSOLIDATION PROJECTS IN KERMANSHAH AND LENJANAT REGION IN ISFAHAN
 
Author(s):  AMINI A.M., AHMADI A.H., PAPZAN A.A.H.
 
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Abstract: 

The purpose of this study was to assess characteristics of and reasons for farmers’ disagreement on implementation of land consolidation projects. Part of needed information was collected through questionnaire and interviewing 75 farmers in 6 unsuccessful villages in Kermanshah and Lenjanat region and also visiting some performed and ongoing projects. Other part of information was obtained by questionnaire and interviewing 44 experts involved with performing the project in Jahad Agricultural offices. Fragmentation of properties was measured by Januszewski fragmentation coefficient. Correlation coefficient and comparison of mean were used to analyze the information. The results showed that disagreement of farmers is the most important obstacle for progress on land consolidatin projects, which accounted for farmers. In Lanjanat, these farmers have a better land structures in respect to size and fragmentation of parcels. In both rejoin reasons for farmer’s disagreement are divided in three groups: logical-justified reasons, logical-unjustified and illogical. Mediation, preference and legislative force are the three interactive methods to satisfy these farmers. To decrease disagreements and promote land consolidation in the two regions, following suggestions are offered: education and extension, correcting the technical and adminestrative methods of land consolidation and legal and judicial supports to implement the projects.

 
Keyword(s): UTILIZATION SYSTEM, AGRICULTURAL LAND FRAGMENTATION, LAND CONSOLIDATION, DISAGREEMENT OF FARMERS, KERMANSHAH, LENJANAT REGION IN ISFAHAN
 
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