INTEGRATED DECISION RULES AS FARM MANAGEMENT TOOLS IN SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURE IN MALAWI
Andrew Dorward ()
Journal of Agricultural Economics, 1991, vol. 42, issue 2, 146-159
Integrated decision rules in small‐holder farm management provide an analytical approach which may encourage more effective communication in farmer‐extension‐research dialogue and thus facilitate the development of more relevant extension messages. An example of integrated decision rules is described, their efficiency as management tools is examined, and an illustration is given of how such an analysis could be used in extension work.
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