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Abstract

In West Pakistan the agriculture sector achieved an annual growth rate of four percent during the Second Plan period (1960-65) mainly through increased supply of irrigation water and fertilizer use. The extension service, though quantitatively improved, did not play a major role in this development. The main objective of this study was to analyze the problems being faced by the extension service and to explore the type of extension service suitable for a traditional phase in the development of agriculture.

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