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Awareness and effectiveness of vegetable technology information packages by vegetable farmers in Adamawa State, Nigeria.

@article{Elizabeth2009AwarenessAE,
  title={Awareness and effectiveness of vegetable technology information packages by vegetable farmers in Adamawa State, Nigeria.},
  author={Sabo Elizabeth and Dia Y. Zira},
  journal={African Journal of Agricultural Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={65-70}
}
Dry season vegetable production plays a key role in agricultural economics of Adamawa state, as a basic source of food, income and employment especially for resource poor farmers.  This study evaluates the awareness and effectiveness of agricultural technology information by dry season vegetable farmers in Mubi region. Findings revealed that the vegetable production is gender sensitive to the male sex. Most household depend on family as a reliable source of labour. Awareness was high for… 

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