agricultural advisers

agricultural advisers

agricultural engineers, agronomists, agrostologists, nutritionists, geneticists, accountants, veterinarians and the like.
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After college, most of our sponsored students return to their villages to work as nurse midwives, teachers, social workers, agricultural advisers or micro-credit officers.
Agricultural advisers will function like family practitioners, financed by the state i.
Objectives : Smallholder farmers, agricultural advisers
He added: "It's the beginning of a new way of doing business between the department, agricultural advisers and farmers.
I am amazed that the agricultural advisers do not mention them.
ORGANISERS of the voluntary Campaign for the Farmed Environment (CFE) have introduced an online training module for agricultural advisers.
The book's broad audience also includes general practitioners and veterinarians in administrative or advisory services, farmers and agricultural advisers, animal welfare inspectors, and other professionals in the farm sector.
Neither agricultural reform nor the introduction of more doctors, teachers and agricultural advisers or clever policing has been much on show.
He also criticized the absence of agricultural advisers which lead farmers to acquire their knowledge from companies that might supply them with misleading information.
Moreover, little investment reaches them -- there are too few schools, agricultural advisers or health clinics and only rutted roads and battered trucks to link their produce to the market place.
This book should be of interest to anyone involved directly or indirectly with oilseed production and processing, but is especially relevant to researchers, processors, and agricultural advisers in tropical areas.
The two countries also are expected to sign an agreement under which Cuban agricultural advisers will work with Venezuelan farmers.
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