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Influence Of Farmer Groups’ Characteristics On Up Scaling Uptake Of Soil Fertility Technologies In Eastern Kenya
In the Sub-Saharan Africa, soil degradation has led to a decline in crop productivity and has been linked to hunger and poverty. Farmers’ groups approach is one of the methodologies used for dissemination of soil fertility enhancement technologies but understanding of how this approach influences uptake of the technologies is limited. This study assessed the influence of farmer groups’ characteristics on the technology application. The study was carried out in Mbeere South and Maara sub-counties in Kenya where interview schedules were administered to 60 farmer groups. Descriptive and inferential statistics were performed on the data collected using SPSS software. The results showed that
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