Agricultural extension benefits from old and new communication methods

AGRICULTURAL extension requires a blend of digital communication tools and good old fashioned 'pressing the flesh', according to a noted US extension specialist.

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Professor Doug Jardine, from Kansas State University, has been in Western Australia for a month as a guest of the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia.

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