Concepts and Practices India

Synergising Agricultural Extension Services in Knowledge Transfer: Success Stories of ATMA in India

Key Agricultural Extension Reforms covers institutional reforms, managerial reforms and financial reforms. Diversification triggered by the adequate market support. It only indicates the strong commercial sense of the farmers in marketing. Biodiversity and climatic factors provide a significant edge for introduction of new crops. It further reinforce the utility of SREP. Exposure visits and farmer to farmer extension are the strong leads to promote large scale adoption. ATMA as a platform facilitate and promote organic linkage among various stakeholders.

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