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Agricultural extension and the small farmer: revealing the communication gap in an extension project in Kenya


, : Agricultural extension and the small farmer: revealing the communication gap in an extension project in Kenya. Journal of Developing Areas 22(2): 239-251

The paper takes a critical look at the role of communication in agricultural development, focusing on a specific extension communication project, the Kitale Maize Project in Kenya (1964-79).

Accession: 001748686

DOI: 10.2307/4191648

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