The International Journal of Agricultural Science, Research and Technology (IJASRT) in Extension and Education Systems, a new broad-base journal, is an open access journal that was founded on two key tents: to publish the most exciting research in all area of Agricultural Extension and Education. Secondly to provide the most rapid turn around time possible for reviewing and publishing, and to disseminate the article freely for teaching and reference purposes. All papers in IJASRT are peer-reviewed.

   The IJASRT is published quarterly at March, June, September and December. Papers are welcome reporting studies in all aspects of Agricultural Extension and Education including:

  • Agricultural Extension 
  • Agricultural  Education
  • Rural and  Agricultural  Sociology
  • Information Technology in Agriculture
  • Extension of Sustainability
  • Rural Woman Education
  • Rural Youth Education
  • Adult Education
  • Management in Extension Systems
  • Extension Planning

Important Notes:

  • Authors can withdraw their papers only 7 days after submission.
  • All changes in published articles may be made only 3 days after online release.
  • Corresponding author is responsible for own paper contents and authors have to refer and cite those contents which are came from other papers thus, in case of plagiarism journal doesn’t have any responsibility.
  • Post-publication removal of articles from web site is impossible and all inquiries won’t be answered.

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Electronic Journals LibraryGlobal Impact Factor 2015: 0.765

Agricultural Extension
1. Economic Analysis of Cooperative Societies and Agricultural Productivity in Rural Households in Delta State, Nigeria

Peter Emaziye

Volume 10, Issue 4 , Autumn 2020, Pages 145-148

  The primary objective of this research is to examine the contributions of co-operatives on rural household agricultural productivity. Multistage sampling was employed in the random selection of 120 co-operators and non-cooperators respectively. But only 115 co-operators and non-cooperators were utilized ...  Read More

Extension of Sustainability
2. A Profit Approach Comparison between Tomato Grown under Organic and Inorganic Methods in a Typical Nigeria’s Soil

Hamza Babagiwa Aliyu; Muhammad R. Ja’afar-Furo

Volume 10, Issue 4 , Autumn 2020, Pages 149-156

  The role of tomatoes as nutritive vegetable crop in the diet of most humans has been stressed or advanced by many scientists. This study therefore, assessed the profitability of tomato production using organic and inorganic fertilisers on a typical irrigated soil in Hong Local Government Area, Adamawa ...  Read More

Extension of Sustainability
3. Specialists’ Perception Regarding Effective factors in Development of Organic Agriculture in Ardabil Province

Leila Karpishe

Volume 10, Issue 4 , Autumn 2020, Pages 157-164

  Organic agriculture (OA) includes a comprehensive production management system that is considered as one of the strategies to reduce negative impacts of industrial agriculture in many countries. This research was identifying factors affecting the development of OA in Ardabil province. A descriptive– ...  Read More

Agricultural Extension
4. Agricultural Extension Needs of Frontline Extension Workers under a Pluralistic Advisory System: Case of Zimbabwe Agricultural Growth Programme.

Christopher Gadzirayi; Never Mafuse; Emmanuel Zivenge; Ronald Veremu; Waddlove Sansole

Volume 10, Issue 4 , Autumn 2020, Pages 165-172

  Compartmentalised extension prohibits the uptake of new technology thereby inhibiting agricultural growth. Extension services aimed at increased agricultural growth should have a market-led and evidence-based pluralistic advisory system that is coordinated by the government’s Agricultural and Technical ...  Read More

Rural and Agricultural Sociology
5. Measuring Socioeconomic Status of Rural Households in Edo State, Nigeria: An Asset-Based Approach

Eddy Onemolease; A.O Akioya

Volume 10, Issue 4 , Autumn 2020, Pages 173-183

  Available data on farmers’ socioeconomic or poverty status have focused on the use of money-metric measure of income and/or expenditure, an approach that has been criticized. An alternative, proposed to assessing households’ welfare has been to use asset indices; unfortunately, there is dearth ...  Read More

Agricultural Extension
6. Absconding of Honeybee Colonies from Beehives: Underlying Factors and its Financial Implications for Beekeepers in Tanzania

Nicholaus Kuboja; Fredy Kilima; Aida Isinika

Volume 10, Issue 4 , Autumn 2020, Pages 185-193

  A study was conducted to investigate honeybee colonies absconding from beehives and its financial implication among beekeepers in Tabora and Katavi regions, Western Tanzania. Four districts were selected on the basis of adoption of improved beehives. A total of 198 beekeepers were randomly selected for ...  Read More

1. Factor Affecting Rain-Water-Harvesting Technology Adoption and Farmers Practices against Drought and Water Shortage in Eastern Hararghe Low Land, Ethiopia

Jafer Mume; Aman Kemal

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Summer 2014, , Pages 105-114

  Rain-water-harvesting is one of the means by which agricultural production can be increased to meet the growing food demands in all regions. The study indentified the factor affecting rain-water-harvesting technology adoption for irrigation and farmers practice in water harvesting against drought in ...  Read More

2. Effect of Urbanization on Agricultural Production in Abia State

Onwuchekwa Raphael Iheke; Ukandu Ihuoma

Volume 5, Issue 2 , Spring 2015, , Pages 83-89

  This study examined the effect of urbanization on agricultural production in Abia State. Specifically, it categorized the land tenancy status of the farmers, analyzed the effect of urbanization on agricultural productivity and identified the constraints to agricultural productivity. Multistage random ...  Read More

Management in Extension Systems
3. Socioeconomic Analysis of Different Categories of Farm in Selected Areas of Mymensingh, Bangladesh

Limon Deb; Md. Mian; Md. Asaduzzaman; Shahali Shahana Mitul; Md. Rahaman

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Spring 2016, , Pages 29-36

  The purpose of this research was socioeconomicanalysis of farms using primary data in two villages of Mymensingh Sadar. A total of 60 farms including 20 small, 20 medium and 20 large were randomly selected for the study. Socioeconomic analysis showed that indebtedness was higher in large farms than those ...  Read More

4. Technical Knowledge and Information Gaps among Smallholder Farmers in the Production of Sugarcane in Kakamega County, Kenya

Gilbert Odilla Abura; Raphael Mwiti Gikunda; Godffrey NyongesaNato

Volume 3, Issue 4 , Autumn 2013, , Pages 199-207

  The purpose of the study was to identify and document technical knowledge and information gaps that can inform development of appropriate training programs for cane farmers. The study employed a survey research design; involving 105 small scale farmers in selected from eight Sub-counties of Kakamega ...  Read More

5. Assessment of Youth Involvement in Agricultural Production: The Case of Sabon-Gari Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Nigeria

Issa F. O.; Obioma O. D.; Sallau R.

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2014, , Pages 163-171

  This study assessed of youth involvement in agricultural production in Sabon Gari Local Government Area. The data used for this study were collected using interview schedule administered to 112 respondents who were selected through multi-stage sampling procedure. Descriptive statistics such as frequency, ...  Read More

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