International Journal of Agricultural Extension

Vol 7, No 3 (2019): Int. J. Agric. Ext.

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International Journal of Agricultural Extension is a multidisciplinary, open access, peer reviewed journal aimed to publish authoritative empirical research and conceptual contribution building the theory of agriculture extension especially focusing on rural development through practices of agriculture extension.

 

International Journal of Agricultural Extension

International Journal of Agricultural Extension

Editor: Dr. Muhammad Zakaria Yousaf Hassan

Publisher: EScience Press – Nonprofit Scientific Publisher

Format: Print & Online

Print Copy Provider: EScience Press

Frequency: 03

Publication Dates: April, August, December

Language: English

Scope: Agricultural Extension

Author Fees: Yes

Types of Journal: Academic/Scholarly Journal

Access: Open Access

Indexed & Abstracted: Yes

Policy: Double blind peer-reviewed

Review Time: 04-06 Weeks Approximately

Contact & Submission e-mail: ijae@esciencepress.net

Alternate e-mail: saleem@science.org.pk

 

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Changes in cropping methods, climate decoy pintail ducks into an ecological trap

After a severe drought gripped the Prairie Pothole Region of the U.S. and Canada in the 1980s, populations of almost all dabbling duck species that breed there have recovered. But not northern pintails. Now, a new study suggests why -- they have been caught in an ecological trap.
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Beyond the garnish: Will a new type of produce get the microgreen light?

Microgreens. They're leafy green vegetables that are relatively new to the dining room, but a new study indicates that they will be welcome company at the table.
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Exchange of arms between chromosomes using molecular scissors

The CRISPR/Cas molecular scissors work like a fine surgical instrument and can be used to modify genetic information in plants. Research teams have now not only exchanged single genes, but recombined entire chromosomes with the CRISPR/Cas technology. In this way, desired properties can be combined in crops.
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Patterns in crop data reveal new insight about plants and their environments

A new study unearthed patterns in datasets collected on rice plants across Asia that allowed researchers to develop a matrix to predict the traits of rice plants depending on their genetics and environment. The approach could lead to better predictability in crop production.
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Honeybees: Pesticides disrupt nursing behavior and larval development

A newly developed video technique has allowed scientists to record the complete development of a honey bee in its hive. Researchers discovered that certain pesticides -- neonicotinoids -- changed the behavior of the nurse bees: they fed the larvae less often. Larval development took up to 10 hours longer. A longer development period in the hive can foster infestation by parasites.
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