Role of education and extension in the adoption of technology: A study of upland rice and soybean farmers in Central-West Brazil
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- Strauss, John & Barbosa, Mariza & Teixeira, Sonia & Thomas, Duncan & Junior, Raimundo Gomes, 1991. "Role of education and extension in the adoption of technology: a study of upland rice and soybean farmers in Central-West Brazil," Agricultural Economics of Agricultural Economists, International Association of Agricultural Economists, vol. 5(4), August.
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