Farmer Field School Effectiveness for Soil and Crop Management Technologies in Kenya

@inproceedings{Bunyatta2006FarmerFS,
  title={Farmer Field School Effectiveness for Soil and Crop Management Technologies in Kenya},
  author={David K. Bunyatta and Joseph G. Mureithi and Christopher A. Onyango and Frederick U. Ngesa},
  year={2006}
}
The Farmer Field School (FFS) approach is gaining prominence as an extension approach but its usefulness in influencing farmers to understand and uptake new technologies is still a question lingering in the mind of many FFS practitioners. This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of the approach in knowledge acquisition, adoption and dissemination of soil and crop management (S&CM) technologies among small-scale farmers in Kenya. Eight technologies were scaled-out using the… CONTINUE READING

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