PROMOTING THE PARTICIPATION OF GROWING ORGANIC RICE TO REDUCE THE RISK OF DISEASE IN THAILAND BASED ON PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING
The aim of this work was to explore ways to increase the participation of farmers in the central region in organic rice production at all levels. In addition to creating some form of farmer participation in organic rice cultivation in four provinces of the central region, Thailand. The results showed that the majority of farmers are middle-aged (41-50 years), while adolescents are still interested in organic rice farming (12.5%). Farmers under 20 years of age are not participating. In the case of the basic education knowledge of the farmers involved in this research project, the majority are high school graduates. This is a group that acknowledges knowledge transfer and is prepared to face changes that will improve quality of life and job security. In terms of the participation of farmers in the central area in organic rice. The system that designs and develops online information systems for transferring knowledge about organic rice production is practical and effective. The result of testing the black box with an expert qualitative questionnaire based on the quality of the program.