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Extension's role in adapting and evaluating new technology for farmers



Extension's role in adapting and evaluating new technology for farmers



Agricultural extension A reference manual: 40-55



This chapter is concerned primarily with on-farm research, and the role of Subject Matter Specialists (SMSs) and Village Extension Workers (VEWs) in facilitating the modification and testing of new technology to fit the needs of the clientele in each agro-ecological zone.

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