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Extension strategies for technology utilization

Extension strategies for technology utilization

Agricultural extension A reference manual: 89-107

This chapter considers the need for a more broad-based approach to technology transfer, and the inclusion of specific groups of clientele (such as farm women, young farmers, and other small farmers) who are frequently not included in extension programmes.

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