NameKarupakorn La-eadon , Sommai Patitungkoo
InstitutionDepartment of General Science, Faculty of Education, Buriram Rajabhat University
The knowledge of transfer processes for composting earthworm production from cow manure and organic materials of farmers in Nongtat sub-district, Muangburiram district, Buriram. The tools used questionnaire interviews, the sample group and key informants of farmers who participated in the project. Data analysis by content analysis, inductive, summary analysis and basic statistics, here were three steps in the processes of transferring production. The knowledge, decisions and the experimental procedure were design there were 18 people expected in this work. When the experiment was finished, apply the results to analyze the chemical composition in the laboratory to be presented to the farmer group. It was found that before the training there was a moderate expectation at the moderate level, accounting for 55.55%. After the training, there was a high expectation of 83.33%. While the overall average satisfaction before training was at the medium level (X̅=3.45) and after the training was at the highest level (X̅=4.42) which was a process that allows farmers to accepting knowledge and create sustainability in developing local communities to be strong.