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- Information and communications technology in agriculture
- Role of ICT in Agriculture: Policy Implications
- Role of Information Technology in Agricultural Production and Marketing
Information and communications technology in agriculture
Certification: ijb [ Generate Certificate ]. The existing extension and communication strategies in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province have many limitations with rest of the Provinces in Pakistan. There is a dire need to use modern ICT tools for technology transfer in agriculture extension for agricultural development in the Province. A sample size of was selected randomly in three selected districts i. Five point Likert scale was mostly used to obtain responses of respondents, data analyzed through SPSS ver. It was observed that majority of the respondents were having primary, middle and Matric education i.
Role of ICT in Agriculture: Policy Implications
Information and communication technology in agriculture ICT in agriculture , also known as e-agriculture , focuses on the enhancement of agricultural and rural development through improved information and communication processes. More specifically, e-agriculture involves the conceptualization, design, development, evaluation and application of innovative ways to use information and communication technologies ICTs in the rural domain, with a primary focus on agriculture. Provisions of standards, norms, methodologies, and tools as well as development of individual and institutional capacities, and policy support are all key components of e-agriculture. Many ICT in agriculture or e-agriculture interventions have been developed and tested around the world to help agriculturists improve their livelihoods through increased agricultural productivity and income, or by reducing risks. Some useful resources for learning about e-agriculture in practice are the World Bank's e-sourcebook ICT in agriculture — connecting smallholder farmers to knowledge, networks and institutions ,  ICT uses for inclusive value chains ,  ICT uses for inclusive value chains  and Success stories on information and communication technologies for agriculture and rural development  have documented many cases of use of ICT in agriculture. Wireless technologies have numerous applications in agriculture. One major usage is the simplification of closed-circuit television camera systems; the use of wireless communications eliminates the need for the installation of coaxial cables.
Role of Information Technology in Agricultural Production and Marketing
Email: Oladele yahoo. A simple random sampling technique was used to select officers from which data were collected with structured and face validated questionnaire. Fourteen statements were perceived by officers as having an effect on improving information access. Keywords : Information Communication Technology, information access, extension officers, agricultural information.
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