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Effective use of farm leaders in extension



Effective use of farm leaders in extension



Agricultural Situation in India 34(6): 369-373



Voluntary local leadership is very necessary for a speedy diffusion of information and acceptance of new developments by the 60 million farm families who make up the basic productive working force of India.

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