1. Modeling the Effects of Entrepreneurship Atmosphere on the Tendency of Agricultural Students for Beginning Creative Businesses

Roya Eshraqi Samani; Alireza Poursaeed

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, Pages 156-163

  Entrepreneurship is the driving force behind the economy of any country. It is strongly believed that without entrepreneurial activities the process of agricultural development will not be achieved. This requires the proper transformation of capital and skill. The agricultural students should possess ...  Read More

2. Educational, Social, Economical Barriers of Organic Agriculture Implementation

Masoud Samian; Karim Nadery Mahdei; Heshmatolah Saadi; Elham Ansari; Masoud Asadi; Yaser Mardani

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, Pages 165-170

  Nowadays, thousands tons of chemicals material are used to increase agricultural production that provides a risky situation for the communities. Recently, biological or organic agriculture is considered to get rid of such problems. But this style of agriculture is facing with many difficulties and challenges. ...  Read More

3. Analyzing Knowledge Management of Experts and Managers in Agricultural College of Islamic Azad University, Shoushtar Branch

Masoud Ahmadinejad

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, Pages 171-174

  The purpose of this study was analyzing perception of agricultural college experts and managers of Islamic Azad University Shoushtar Branch regarding development of knowledge management. Agricultural college experts and managers were considered as a statistical population (N=38). This research was conducted ...  Read More

4. 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

5. 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

6. Analysis Mechanization Skill of Wheat Farmers in Khoramabad Township, Iran

Namdar Sayadi

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, Pages 187-190

  The purpose of this study was analyzing the skill of Khoram Abad township wheat farmers regarding mechanization. This research was applied research and, based on methodology, was descriptive and correlative. Wheat farmers of Khoram Abad township, (N=18597) were considered as statistical population. Based ...  Read More

7. Attitude of Wheat Farmers in Dezful Township Regarding Extension of Waste Reduction in Production Process

Mahdi Attar Roshan

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, Pages 191-194

  This study is aimed at evaluating and measuring the factors affecting the Dezful wheat farmers` attitude toward the extension of wheat waste reduction. The method of research was correlative- descriptive. The population of this study is all farmers cultivated wheat in Dezful from 2011 to 2012 (n=5291). ...  Read More

8. Assessment of the Adoption Rate of Technologies among Fadama III Farmers in Adamawa State, Nigeria

Umar Adamu Madu

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, Pages 195-201

  The study was conducted in Adamawa State, Nigeria. The major thrust of this study is to assess the adoption rate of technology in Fadama III project, Adamawa State, Nigeria. Fadama III is being implemented in 20 Local Government Areas (LGA) of Adamawa State. In its four years of operation, Fadama III ...  Read More