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Title: Funkcjonowanie systemu doradztwa rolniczego w opinii rolników województwa opolskiego
Other Titles: FUNCTIONING OF A FARM ADVISORY SYSTEM ACCORDING TO THE FARMERS OF THE OPOLE VOIVODESHIP
Authors: Sokołowska, Stanisława
Keywords: farm advisory
structures of a farm advisory
farm knowledge and information
advisory services
subject of workshops
Issue Date: 2014
Series/Report no.: 1(31)
Abstract: Farm advisory system is a unique form of long-lasting education of framers and rural area dwellers. This attribute is significant as far as a transformation of European agriculture is concerned which resulted in creating a farm advisory system for the territorial scope Europe. The effectiveness of the system depends on many factors mainly, however, on active trust of farmers in the knowledge they acquire. The case study uses a questionnaire data collecting method in the households of the Opole voivodeship. On their basis the place and aim of a farm advisory organisation in the system of both agricultural knowledge and information have been determined as well as kinds of knowledge sought by farmers. The respondents’ evaluation of the significance of this institutional structure in the development of households and in the local development has also been presented. A question of the use of regional internet platforms in the realisation of farm advisory system tasks has been considered. The case study ends with conclusions and recommendation referring to the challenges to be faced by the regional structures of a farm advisory system.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/254016
Institution/Association: Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development>2014, Issue 1 (31)
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