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Knowledge Transfer for a Horticultural Revolution: The Lifelong Learning for Farmers Model
(International Society for Horticultural Science, 2012)
This paper examines the relevance of the current theoretical perspectives in extension for promoting horticultural revolution in developing countries. At present agricultural education and extension occurs within a framework ...
Contemporary information and knowledge management: impact on farming in India
Farming is an important part of Indian economy and it involves a wide range of stakeholders, of whom the small holder farmers are the largest group. Information sharing on new production processes with farmers was prominent ...
Successful Delivery of a MOOC via Basic Mobile Phones: A Case Study of Mobile Learning in India for Increasing Awareness of Science-Based Production Practices Among Semi-skilled Horticultural Farmers
(Springer Singapore, 2018)
Increased concerns about food security in the context of increasing climate variability and globalized trade in agricultural commodities have led to a realization that scalable and technology-enabled methods of learning ...
Communication and capacity building to advance adaptation strategies in agriculture in the context of climate change in India
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-04)
Climate change is perhaps the most serious issue that affects food security of a very large number of human beings and animals. Impacts of climate change will be particularly significant in South Asia where most of food ...