The Modern Methods Of Farming Adopted By Small Scale Farmers And How
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The Modern Methods Of Farming Adopted By Small Scale Farmers And How They Have Impacted Indigenous Knowledge: The Case Of
This study undertaken among local farmers in rural Uganda in Kagadi District clearly shows that most farmers still depend a lot on indigenous knowledge to manage their farms and farm produce. Over 35% of the farmers use IK and have tended not to pick up other modern methods of farming like using improved seeds, fertilizers and insecticides. They also report receiving knowledge on modern farming very recently. Modern Agricultural information has been flowing much more slowly than was originally anticipated in this District.DownloadViews: 114

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