extensionist

extensionist

(ɪkˈstɛnʃənɪst)
n
a person who supports or advocates extension
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In the Brazilian sample this could be related to them being the most experienced, which could have provided them with more opportunities to study while in their position, as was shown in Argentina where the more experienced an extensionist is, the more educated he tends to be (LANDINI, in press).
2) Agricultural Extensionist, Lecturer in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State.
We used the Fairtrade premium money to split the cost of our own extensionist with the FNC," he said.
Rural FNC (National Federation of Colombia) extensionist Arturo S.
Roberto Mejia, FNC extensionist in Chinchina, Caldas, explained, "Even those with susceptible varieties avoided being harmed by roya because they know how to manage what they have.
Scheffler returned to the task of an Australia-wide kinship typology after having worked with Lounsbury's extensionist 'reduction rules' formalism.
For instance, one of the local farmers' group leaders (in site 3) described the situation when an extensionist had left the village after his one-time visit to provide the incentives as: "We felt like chicks left by the mother, so we all went our own way".
Whether extensionist or oppositist, look forward to it.
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He traces the three waves of colonial or Orientalist approach, post-liberation or extensionist approach, and what he calls the NGOification approach.
Make sure your extensionist is certified with a reputable company and didn't just watch a video for their training.