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Table 3 Results of seemingly unrelated regression (SUR) for credit-constrained farmers

From: Determinants of credit constraints and its impact on the adoption of climate change adaptation strategies among rice farmers in South-West Nigeria

Coef.Std. Err.Coef.Std. Err.Coef.Std. Err.
Distance to credit source0.007a0.002− 0.0030.002-0.0020.002
Annual interest rate0.323a0.0520.0700.0530.0090.039
Sources of credit− 0.370b0.179− 0.364b0.181− 0.1500.136
Amount received0.004a0.0010.0000.0000.0000.000
Access to extension0.0290.0390.744a0.039− 0.0050.029
Access to information0.088c0.051− 0.0590.0510.0180.038
Access to improved variety0.398b0.1840.354b0.1860.965a0.139
Gender0.0280.037− 0.0340.038− 0.0300.028
Marital status0.0040.0600.0000.061− 0.0250.046
Household size0.0170.0150.0210.0150.0050.011
Location_Osun− 0.0510.041− 0.139a0.0410.0000.031
Constant− 0.3690.1420.0150.143− 0.2510.107
R20.5294 0.5151 0.7085 
Prob0.000a 0.000a 0.000a 
Breusch–Pagan test: Chi2(3) = 1047.65 > 0.000a   
  1. a, b,c represent significance level at 1%, 5% and 10%, respectively; Location_Ondo was used as the base category