Extension of Sustainability
1. 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
2. Farmers’ Perception Regarding Impact of Climate Change on Wheat Crop Production in Layyah District-Pakistan

Badar Siddiqui; Syed Ali Asghar Shah

Volume 10, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, , Pages 103-108

  Pakistan is at 28th amongst the countries that are going to be hurt badly by climate change. It falls in ten major wheat-producing countries of the world in terms of area, production and yield per hectare. Global warming, as a result of climate change, may negatively affect morphological characters of ...  Read More

Extension and Economic
3. Willingness To Pay For Organic Vegetables among Households in Anambra State, Nigeria

C Nwofoke; B Bargissa

Volume 10, Issue 3 , Summer 2020, , Pages 123-132

  This paper reports the result of a study that empirically determined the willingness to pay for organic vegetables among households in Anambra State, South East Nigeria. Multi-stage sampling technique was adopted in the selection of 120 respondents for the study. Primary and a secondary data collected ...  Read More

Extension Planning
4. Perception, Adaptation Strategies and Challenges of Climate Change among Rural Households in Anyigba, Dekina Local Government Area Of Kogi State, Nigeria

Haruna Opaluwa; Opeyemi Gbenga; Nyamida Mercy

Volume 9, Issue 4 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 171-176

  Climate change is one of the most serious challenges confronting agriculture, particularly, in rural Nigeria. This study examined the perception, adaptation strategies and challenges of climate change among rural households in Kogi State, Nigeria. A two stage sampling techniques was used in the study. ...  Read More

Agricultural Extension
5. Challenges of Agroforestry Systems’ Adoption by Farmers in the North Central Zone of Nigeria

Saliu J.; Oluwagbemi T.; Ifatimehin O.

Volume 5, Issue 3 , Summer 2015, , Pages 161-169

  AbstractThe challenges of agroforestry systems’ adoption by farmers in the North central zone of Nigeria, was carried out to address the following objectives; find out the perception of farmers on agroforestry technologies, identify the adoption level and ascertain why farmers discontinue agroforestry ...  Read More

6. Farmers’ Perception and Adoption of Yam Minisett Technology in Anambra State

Okoro B. O.; Ajieh P. C.

Volume 4, Issue 4 , Autumn 2014, , Pages 211-214

  This study examined farmers’ perception and adoption of yam minisett technology. The study was carried out in Anambra State, Nigeria. A sample size of 120 yam farmers was used for the study. Data were collected using a structured and validated interview schedule. Data generated for the study were ...  Read More

7. Farmers’ Knowledge and Perception regarding Privatization and Commercialization of Agricultural Extension Services in Delta State, Nigeria

Ajieh Patrick Chuks

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, , Pages 175-179

  This study examined the knowledge and perception of farmers regarding privatization and commercialization of agricultural extension services in Delta State, Nigeria. A sample size of 90 farmers in contact with extension agents was randomly selected for the study. Data for the study was collected through ...  Read More

8. Analyzing Perception and Technical Knowledge of Wheat Farmers Regarding Organic Farming Products

Azadeh N. Noorivandi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, , Pages 180-186

  The purpose of this research was to analyzing the perception and technical knowledge of wheat farmers in shoushtar township, Khouzestan province, Iran regarding organic farming products. The research method employed was correlative-descriptive. The population consisted of wheat farmers in Shoushtar township ...  Read More