The study revealed that the respondents had low adoption about planting material, bahar management, plant protection measures to control the diseases like bacterial blight, leaf and fruit spots, wilt complex. Majority of the pomegranate growers had not adopted the control measures for pests like shot hole borer, aphids, thrips, fruit sucking moth, pomegranate butterfly and root knot nematode. With regards to soil selection and water management medium level of adoption was observed. Further, this study revealed that the majority of the pomegranate growers had 36 to 50 years age (32.89 %), received up to degree and higher education (36.00 %), had higher socio-economic status (51.55 %), cosmopoliteness and small land holding (38.67 %), cultivating the pomegranate crop on 2.01 to 5.00 hectares of their land holding, had annual income between Rs. 4, 00,001/- to 7, 00,000/- (41.33 %), were having higher scientific orientation (60.44 %), economic motivation (58.22) and innovativeness (40.44 %), higher use of extension personnel, group contact, mass contact and were using medium local personnel source for getting information on plant protection measure.