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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 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Developing alternative models to acquire land sustainably in the Free State province. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G. P. Hadebe 1-12
Gender roles in the tomato value chain: a case study of Kilolo district and Dodoma municipality in Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G. P. Hadebe, C.P. Msuya 13-24
Factors limiting and preventing emerging farmers to progress to commercial agricultural farming in the King William’s town area of the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M. Khapayi, P.R. Celliers 25-41
Production performance and profitability analysis of small scale layer projects supported through CASP in Germiston region, Gauteng province EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S. Maoba 42-49
The impact of succession planning on the sustainability of cane production by small-scale cane growers in the north coast 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 50-58
Disseminating genetically modified (GM) maize technology to smallholder farmers in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa: extension personnel’s awareness of stewardship requirements and dissemination practices EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D.A. Kotey, Y. Assefa, A. Obi, J. van den Berg 59-74
Implications of rural irrigation schemes on household economy. A case of lower Gweru irrigation scheme, Zimbabwe EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K. Dube 75-90
Incorporating rural users in small-scale growing container development: a case study. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M. Bolton 91-103
Participation in Limpopo farmer mechanisation support program: lesson learned from Schoonoord and Moripane cases EMAIL FULL TEXT
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N.R. Diale 104-112
Contribution of food security projects on poverty alleviation to the communities of Limpopo province, South Africa. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T. J. Nesengani, M. J. Mudau, V. O. Netshandama 113-119
Enhancing farmers’ organizational and experimentation capacities for soil fertility management in smallholder cropping systems in Vhembe district of Limpopo province in South Africa. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G. Rootman, J.B. Stevens 120-130
Collaborative learning of water conservation practices: cultivation and expansion of a learning network around rainwater harvesting demonstration sites in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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T. V. Pesanayi, K. N. Weaver 131-145


South African Journal of Agricultural Extension.   ISSN: 0301 603X
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