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Farmers' potentials role in agricultural extension: Agroforestry Farmer Field School Experiences in Sulawesi, Indonesia

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Garden management is greatly diverse among farmers and will need more than 1 year to know the impact of any changes in the system. Thus extension approach on garden management should focus to enhancing farmer’s analytical skills and farmer’s sources of information that are essentials to enhance farmers’ way of thinking in deciding best-fit management to improve their garden productivity. Characterisation of AFFS: Focusing on 5 commodities prioritized in the area Not as intensive as many FFS No pocket money for participants in attending AFFS Combining the researcher-to-farmer extension approach with farmer-to-farmer extension approach
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    Martini, E.J.M.


    Agriculture, Extension services, Agroforestry

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