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Agricultural Reviews, volume 23 issue 1 (march 2002) : 39-45


Shantanu Kumar·, Uma Sah·, Ram Kumar
1National Dairy Research Institute, Kamal- 132001, India
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Cite article:- Kumar· Shantanu, Sah· Uma, Kumar Ram (2024). FACTORS AFFECTING LINKAGES AMONG RESEARCH, EXTENSION AND FARMERS - A REVIEW. Agricultural Reviews. 23(1): 39-45. doi: .
The effective link among research, extension and farmers depends on multiple factors. In one stance, the linkage strength is influnenced by the personal and psychological factors of the concerned personnel. Also the organizational factors like goal of the organization, organizational climate, etc., external factors like government policy, donor agencies, farmers group etc., and varieties of the constraining factors have limiting effects on the linkage strength. The present review aptly highlights all such factors influencing the linkage strength.
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