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South African Journal of Agricultural Extension - Vol 43, No 2 (2015)

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Articles

Assessment of vegetable production practices in Qwaqwa within Thabo Mofutsanyana District EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GP Hadebe, C Van der Westhuizen 1-9
Assessment of poultry developments in the Lejweleputswa District within the Free State Province EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GP Hadebe 10-16
Farmers’ perception of risk in cultivating hybrid rice in Bangladesh EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MMI Shah, WJ Grant, S Stocklmayer 17-29
Effect of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on agricultural information access among extension officers in North West Province South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OI Oladele 30-41
Factors affecting farmers’ participation in irrigation schemes of the lower Niger River Basin and rural development authority, Kwara State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OA Adekunle, FO Oladipo, IZ Busari 42-51
Changing demands of clients of extension: What kind of competency is needed to meet the new demand? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EM Zwane, C Igodan, R Agunga, JA Van Niekerk 52-65
Adapted SERVQUAL for evaluating the provision of information as an agricultural extension service in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AP Simpson, AP Calitz 66-77
Assessment of factors that impact on the viability of contract farming: A case study of maize and soya beans in Mashonaland West and central provinces in Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D Odunze, JA van Niekerk, S Ndlovu 78-90
Policy opportunities to enhance the role of smallholder livestock systems in Limpopo Province of South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GT Rootman, JB Stevens, NM Mollel 91-104
Improving the livelihoods of wool producers in a sustainable manner by optimizing the woolled sheep production systems within the communal farming area of the Eastern Cape. “A vision that is future directed” EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L De Beer, SE Terblanché 105-122


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