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Going to scale: How do Conservation Agriculture practices spread among farmers in Kenya?

Author: Odendo, M.
Author: Micheni, A.N.
Author: Kassie, M.
Author: Marenya, P.
Author: Ayaga, G.
Author: Nkonge, C.
Author: Muricho, G.
Author: Obare, G.
Year: 2016
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10883/17269
Abstract: Demonstration sites will continue to be centers of experimentation and learning for farmers. The results presented in this brief, demonstrates the efficacy of the demonstration approach to agriculture extension. It is emerging that group cohesion and multi-stakeholder methodology approaches have the potential to be effective and efficient. Field days were found to be effective in awareness creation of conservation agriculture (CA) technologies.
Format: PDF
Language: English
Publisher: CIMMYT
Publisher: KALRO
Publisher: ACIAR
Serie: SIMLESA Technical Briefs;
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Type: Brochure
Country focus: Kenya
Place of Publication: [Zimbabwe]
Pages: 8 pages
Project: SIMLESA
Agrovoc: CONSERVATION AGRICULTURE
Agrovoc: AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
Agrovoc: INNOVATION ADOPTION


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