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Periodical articleAgwaru, G.; Matsiko, F.; Delve, R.J. (2004)
Assessing approaches for dissemination of research information to farmers within their livelihood situations in Tororo District, Uganda
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 265-270.

Periodical articleFriis-Hansen, E.; Aben, C.; Kidoid, M. (2004)
Smallholder agricultural technological development in Soroti District: synergy between NAADS and farmer field schools
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 250-256.

Periodical articleKaaria, S.; Kirkby, R.; Delve, R.; Njuki, J.; Twinamasiko, E.; Sanginga, P. (2004)
Enhancing innovation processes and partnerships
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1. September. p. 819-837.

Periodical articleMugisha, J.; Ogwalo, R.; Ekere, W.; Ekiyar, V. (2004)
See this publicationAdoption of IPM groundnut production technologies in Eastern Uganda
African Crop Science Journal. Volume 12 #4. December. p. 383-391.

Periodical articleMutimba, J.; Ssemakula, E. (2004)
Difficulties in assessing outcomes of soil and water conservation extension messages in banana based cropping systems: a case study of student projects at Makerere University, Uganda
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 235-239.

Periodical articleRamaru, J.; Hagmann, J.; Chuma, E.; Ficarelli, P.; Netshivhodza, M.; Mamabolo, Z. (2004)
Building linkages and bargaining power between smallholder farmers and service providers: learning from a case on soil fertility inputs in South Africa
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 204-214.

Periodical articleSinja, J.; Karugia, J.; Waithaka, M.; Miano, D.; Baltenweck, I.; Franzel, S.; Nyikal, R.; Romney, D. (2004)
Adoption of fodder legumes technology through farmer-to-farmer extension approach
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 222-226.

Periodical articleHakiza, J.J.; Kakuhenzire, R.; Kankwatsa, P.; Arinaitwe, G.; Rukuba, D.; Ngombi, B.F. (2003)
Dissemination of knowledge and skills of potato crop management through farmer field schools in Uganda
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 8 #1. January. p. 443-448.

Periodical articleMulhall, A.; Turrall, A.; Okwadi, J.; Emurut, J.; Ocan, J.; Omadi, R. (2003)
Communication strategies for improved uptake of agricultural research outputs: the agricultural information context in Teso and Lango farming systems
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 8 #1. January. p. 415-426.

Periodical articleNgatangue, E. (2003)
Lack of cooperation hinders development in Ncojane
Kutlwano. Volume 41 #8-9. August-September. p. 28-31.

Periodical articleOdogola, W.; Aluma, J.; Sentongo, K.J.; Asege, J.; Mugerwa, J. (2003)
Farmer field schools approach, a viable methodology for technology development and transfer
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 8 #1. January. p. 427-442.

Periodical articleUdoh, A.J. (2003)
See this publicationExtension management in peasant agriculture: finance, personnel and training in Nigeria
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 15 #3-4. December. p. 143-149.

Periodical articleOkorley, E.L.; Kwarteng, J.A.; Annor-Frempong, F.K. (2002)
See this publicationExtension contact and professional competencies needed by extension agents in the Central Region of Ghana for effective transfer of fish-processing technologies to small-scale women in fish processing
Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science. Volume 35. p. 153-161.

Periodical articleOnemolease, Eddy (2002)
See this publicationExtension Needs of Women Cassava Farmers in Igueben and Esan Northeast Local Government Areas of Edo State, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 27 #1-2. p. 116-126.

Periodical articleChikwendu, D.O. (2001)
See this publicationA review of agricultural extension in Nigeria: the need for an alternative model
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 10. p. 62-70.

Periodical articleEdriss, A.; Mphepo, M.; Njolomole, E. (2001)
See this publicationAnalysis of male and female farmers' participation in agricultural extension programmes: a case study in Mzuzu and Machinga agricultural development divisions of Malawi
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 5 #2. December. p. 110-116.

Periodical articleOwuor, P.O.; Kavoi, M.M.; Siele, D.K. (2001)
Policy factors influencing smallholder tea production in Kenya. Pt. 1. A socio-economic analysis of extension staff
Tea. Volume 22 #2. December. p. 110-116.

Periodical articleOwuor, P.O.; Kavoi, M.M.; Siele, D.K. (2001)
Socio-economic analysis of chemical inputs in the smallholder tea subsector in Kenya: a qualitative study on extension service knowledge and farm adoption levels
Tea. Volume 22 #2. December. p. 94-102.

Periodical articleDube, M.A.; Bhembe, V.L. (2000)
See this publicationExtension workers' opinions regarding the influence of the national maize competition on farmers practices in the Manzini Region, Swaziland
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 9. p. 104-108.

Periodical articleDube, M.A.; Dlamini, B.M. (2000)
See this publicationAnalysis of selected issues in Swaziland's agricultural extension: implications for future consideration
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 9. p. 90-95.

Periodical articleKeregero, K.J.B. (2000)
See this publicationReaching Swazi nation land farmers: challenges to the credibility of agricultural extension in Swaziland
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 9. p. 79-89.

Periodical articleMloza-Banda, H.R.; Kabambe, V.H.; Mphepo, M.; Chivinge, O. (2000)
See this publicationKnowledge and perceptions of extension officers on striga spp. in Lilongwe and Machinga Agricultural Development Divisions in Malawi
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 4 #1. July. p. 93-99.

Periodical articleOjacor, F.A. (2000)
Research-extension-farmer linkages
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 5 #1. June. p. 66-71.

Periodical articleChuma, E.; Hagmann, J.; Gundani, O. (1998)
Supporting farmers' land literacy; tools for learning about soil and water conservation
Zimbabwe Science News. Volume 32 #2-3. April-Sept.. p. 30-34.

Periodical articleKeregero, K.J.B.; Wambura, C.W.M. (1998)
Factors associated with access of rural women to agricultural technical information: the case of Morogoro District, Tanzania
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 55-61.

Periodical articleSithole, B.; Edziwa, B. (1998)
Ignorance or ignorant extension
Zimbabwe Science News. Volume 32 #2-3. April-Sept.. p. 35-41.

Periodical articleKeregero, K.J.B. (1997)
Access of farmers to agricultural extension services in Swaziland
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 6. p. 77-88.

Periodical articleKramer, Eira (1997)
The Early Years: Extension Services in Peasant Agriculture in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1925-1929
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 24 #2. p. 159-179.

Periodical articleM'Imwere, Z.K. (1997)
Tea production in the smallholder sector in Kenya: achievements, problems and prospects
Tea. Volume 18 #2. December. p. 75-86.

Periodical articleSama, J.N. (1997)
Raising income level of farmers on Swazi nation land: a farm planning and extension approach
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 6. p. 5-14.

Periodical articleTembo, Mwizenge (1997)
The Role of Psychology in Agricultural Technology in Zambia
African Social Research. #39-40. December-June 1998. p. 74-113.

Periodical articleSubair, S.K.; Dlamini, B.M. (1996?)
Differences between the various ranks of extension staff regarding their attitudes towards extension work in Swaziland
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 1 #1. p. 143-148.

Periodical articleTumuti, D.W. (1994)
In-service training needs of home economics extension agents in Nyeri District of Kenya
Maseno Journal of Education, Arts, and Science. Volume 2 #1. January. p. 45-64.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1993)
The role of an operational marketing extension service in developing the African food and agricultural sector
Rural Progress. Volume 12 #2. p. 33-45.

Periodical articleCarter, G.L. (1991)
Connecting thought and action: the potential of extension
Journal of Continuing Education and Extension. Volume 1 #1. May. p. 39-52.

Periodical articleKeregero, K.J.B. (1991)
Foundations of extension practice in Tanzania
Journal of Continuing Education and Extension. Volume 1 #1. May. p. 1-15.

Periodical articleMwandikom, G.I. (1991)
Strategy for implementing engineering technology extension programme
African Journal of Science and Technology. Series C, General. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 23-29.

Periodical articleOnyango, C.A. (1991)
Perceptions of supply and demand of agricultural and extension educators in Africa: lessons from Kenya's experience
Journal of Continuing Education and Extension. Volume 1 #1. May. p. 16-28.

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