Agricultural Extension in Kenya: Practice and Policy Lessons

@inproceedings{Muyanga2006AgriculturalEI,
  title={Agricultural Extension in Kenya: Practice and Policy Lessons},
  author={Milu Muyanga and Thomas S. Jayne},
  year={2006}
}
A consensus exists that extension services, if functioning effectively, improve agricultural productivity through providing farmers with information that helps them to optimize their use of limited resources. Variations in management practices and husbandry skills among small farmers in Kenya are very great. Tremendous poverty-reducing benefits could be reaped by bringing the production costs of the most inefficient farmers to mean productivity levels. Achieving these gains in maize production… CONTINUE READING

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