This requires decision making at the irrigation block level. Emphasis continues to grow on the importance of soil sustainability. But these are not the only sites for successful sustainable agriculture. This effect is known as water suction. Even though resource-conserving technologies are productive and sustainable, if they are imposed on farmers, then they will not be adopted widely.
The new professionals, by contrast, are either multidisciplinary or work in close connection with other disciplines, are not intimidated by the complexities of close dialogue with rural and urban people, and are continually aware of the context of interaction and development. Generally, sustainable management of the farm is not enough, and it is necessary to think at system levels higher than the farm and take part in the collective management of natural resources at those levels.
It was first implemented in Turkey in and later widely adopted by governments Benor, ; Roberts, Farmers do not, therefore, know anything about the releases. In this scenario, the planning and sequencing of AKS as a single system, as Eicher suggests, becomes even more imperative.
The problem with modem agricultural science is that technologies are finalized before farmers get to see them. Extension involves the conscious use of communication of information to help people form sound opinions and make good decisions.
This has led to growth in global consumption of pesticides, inorganic fertilizer, animal feed-stuffs, and tractors and other machinery. Although maximizing plant and thus animal production is a valid goal, sometimes it may come at high cost which can be readily evident e.
This made them much more observant and accustomed to investing in regular observation. They are simply islands of success. The new professionals, by contrast, are either multidisciplinary or work in close connection with other disciplines, are not intimidated by the complexities of close dialogue with rural and urban people, and are continually aware of the context of interaction and development.
Alvord, who started with nine agricultural demonstration workers. But lessons are also learned, and then shared. As people become more aware of how they learn and solve problems, they can refine and modify their own styles of learning and action.
All of these successes have three elements in common.
In Zimbabwe, the system was modified to use extension groups instead of contact farmers. Generally, sustainable management of the farm is not enough, and it is necessary to think at system levels higher than the farm and take part in the collective management of natural resources at those levels.Extension: a function.
Extension, in general terms, is a function that can be applied to various areas of society. It operates in the industrial, health and education sectors, as well as agricultural.
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The role of agricultural extension is to motivate and disseminate the agricultural knowledge and new technologies among the farmers by conducting on-farm demonstrations, FFS, providing training to farmers etc. Agricultural extension.
Extension education in agricultural and rural development: Role of international organizations - the FAO experience Gaaya A. in Plaza P. (ed.). La vulgarisation, composante du développement agricole et rural: actes du séminaire de.
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Agricultural extension agencies in developing countries receive large amounts of support from international development organizations such as the World Bank and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.Download