extension agent

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an advisor employed by the government to assist people in rural areas with methods of farming and home economics

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The kit includes battery-operated instruments and safe materials, which can test for the availability of nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, and potassium, as well as active organic matter, and certain soil physical limitations, for agricultural extension agents to handle in the field.
The cameras on smart-phones and iPhones have proven to be useful, said Hamilton, the extension agent.
Extension Agent, Families and Health Programs, WVU Extension Service, Marion County Office
Five weeks of rain has caused the emergence of two types of fungus and, according to George Hamilton, Hillsborough County Cooperative Extension agent, the pumpkin crop will be smaller this year because of that.
Owners of diseased plants have the option of bringing in a local Extension agent to collect a sample for the lab or sending in a sample on their own.
I plan to contact my Texas County Extension agent and learn more about Mr.
Alabama regional livestock extension agent Gerry Thompson to The Huntsville Times
Contact your area Cooperative Extension agent for local recommendations for pecan culture.
3) In this paper, we discuss the University of Alabama School of Medicine (UASOM) program to acquaint physicians with health care needs among this segment of society by introducing students to the agricultural extension agent role and requiring farm field trips.
This is not good small grain weather," said Paul Aravis, a Colorado State University extension agent.
That a farmer's closeness to the extension agent influences the decision to participate has been established in previous research (e.
For unfamiliar pest problems, contact a county extension agent.
Potential volunteers may call The Seeing Eye or their county extension agent for details.