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close this bookExtension of Complex Issues - Success Factors in Integrated Pest Management (LBL - SKAT - SDC, 1997, 102 p.)
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View the documentAbbreviations
View the documentPreface
View the documentAcknowledgements
close this folder1 Introduction
View the document1.1 The challenge: Extension of a sustainable agricultural practice
View the document1.2 The meaning of ''extension''
View the document1.3 The meaning of ''IPM''
View the document1.4 Methodology
View the document1.5 Structure of this study
close this folder2 Project descriptions: Ways of extending IPM
View the document2.1 Five out of many: Why these?
close this folder2.2 The Projects
View the document2.2.1 Farmer Field Schools: Indonesian National Integrated Pest Management Programme
View the document2.2.2 The IPM Project of EAP Zamorano in Nicaragua
View the document2.2.3 IPM development programme of Ciba-Geigy in cotton in Pakistan
View the document2.2.4 IRRI: Rice IPM Network
View the document2.2.5 TREE: Development of neem-based plant protection practices - A Participatory Technology Development Experience from Suphanburi (Thailand)
View the document2.3 Projects in an overview
close this folder3 Theses: Success factors in extension for IPM
View the document3.1 Introduction
View the document3.2 Theses in an overview
close this folder3.3 Theses in detail
View the document3.3.1 Extension and farmers
View the document3.3.2 Extension and research
View the document3.3.3 Extension methods and contents
View the document3.3.4 Broad impact of extension
View the document3.3.5 Motivation of farmers
View the document3.3.6 Extension staff
View the document3.3.7 Political environment
View the document3.3.8 Institutional set-up
close this folder4 Concluding remarks: Respect as the basis for successful IPM extension
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View the document4.1 True IPM is revealed by the role of farmers
View the document4.2 IPM - an example for complex extension contents
View the document4.3 Extension on complex issues: Skilful extensionists and confident farmers
View the document4.4 Extension in IPM: Facilitation between clients and researchers
View the document4.5 IPM - an entry point to sustainable agriculture
View the document4.6 IPM and participatory extension: Aspects of a respectful way of life
View the documentReferences
View the documentAnnex I: National IPM Training Programme Indonesia
View the documentAnnex II: The IPM Project Zamorano in Nicaragua
View the documentAnnex III: IPM Development Programme
View the documentAnnex IV: IRRI: Rice IPM Network
View the documentAnnex V: TREE: Development of Neem-Based Plant Protection Practices in Thailand
View the documentExtension of complex issues