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South African Journal of Agricultural Extension

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The South African Journal of Agricultural Extensionaims to: * advance and apply the science of extension and of rural development as scientific discipline by stimulating thought, study, research, discussion and the publication and exchange of knowledge both nationally and internationally. * promote the professionalism, status and dignity of the extension profession amongst the scientific fraternity, the general public and with the studying youth. * practise the natural-, economic- and managerial sciences responsibly and in public interest. * act as representative mouthpiece for the extension profession in agriculture. 

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Vol 44, No 2 (2016)

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Articles

The comparative role of independent and intervening variables on influencing the adoption of nitrogen fertilization among maize growers in the Njombe District EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C.P. Msuya 1-18
The sustainable agriculture imperative: implications for South African agricultural extension EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R.H. Khwidzhili, S.H. Worth 19-29
Factors affecting sustainability of land reform projects in Ehlanzeni District Mpumalanga Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T.D. Manenzhe, E.M. Zwane, J.A. van Niekerk 30-41
The sustainability of small scale cane growers through youth involvement in north coast region of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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W.M. Ntshangase, S.C. Ngiba, J.A. van Niekerk, E.M. Zwane 42-51
Verification of the existence of food security projects in Limpopo Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T.J. Nesengani, M.J. Mudau, V.O. Netshandama 52-58
Public extension agents’ need for new competencies: evidence from a climate variability study in Limpopo Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D.B. Afful 59-70
Perceptions of extension advisors on privatization and outsourcing as an option for development paradigm in Limpopo Province and the lessons for future EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.M. Zwane 71-83
An extension approach to close the gap between suppliers and users of agrometeorological services in the South-Western Free State of South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G.N.C. Zuma-Netshiukhwi, C.J. Stigter 84-98
The implications of a weak public extension service for the productivity performance of Karoo agriculture EMAIL FULL TEXT
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B.I. Conradie 99-109
Weak and or non-existent farmer-research-extension linkage structures, a cause for concern: the Nyanga District Perspective, Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Z.S. Nyamupangedengu, S.E. Terblanché 110-120
Mobile phone use by small-scale farmers: a potential to transform production and marketing in Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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B Masuka, T Matenda, J Chipomho, N Mapope, S Mupeti, S Tatsvarei, W Ngezimana 121-135
A comparison of project participants and extension officers' perception regarding knowledge of production in agricultural projects in the North West Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.B. Matiwane, S.E. Terblanché 136-146
Poultry-based poverty alleviation projects in Ehlanzeni District Municipality: do they contribute to the South African government’s ‘developmental state’ ambition? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.H. Dube, J Francis, L.L. Maliwichi 147-157
A survey of lick supplementation and management practices of commercial beef farmers in the Zastron District EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L.A. Foster, P.J. Fourie, F.W.C. Neser 158-166
Farmers’ perception of agricultural extension service delivery in Germiston Region, Gauteng Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S Maoba 167-173
Stakeholders’ perceptions about visibility and accountability of the state agricultural extension in Nquthu Area, KwaZulu Natal Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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P.P.K. Hlatshwayo, S.H. Worth 174-185
Attitude of agricultural professionals towards their wards taking agriculture as a career in Kwara State, North Central Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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O.D. Olorunfemi, F.O. Oladipo, T.O. Oladele, O.I. Oladele 186-194
Assessing socio–economic factors influencing adoption of legume-based multiple cropping systems among smallholder sorghum farmers in Soroti, Uganda EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D Ekepu, P Tirivanhu 195-215
Suggesting a new paradigm for agricultural extension policy: the case of West African countries EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K.A. Abdu-Raheem, S.H. Worth 216-230
Challenges facing the agricultural extension landscape in South Africa, quo vadis? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K.E. Davis, S.E. Terblanché 231-247
Factors influencing extension service delivery in maize production by using agricultural innovation system in Morogoro and Dodoma regions, Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C.P. Msuya, R.M. Wambura 248-255
Rural farmers’ perspectives on stock theft: police crime statistics EMAIL FULL TEXT
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W Maluleke, R.J. Mokwena, L.L. Motsepa 256-274


ISSN: 2413-3221
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