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Steps in the analysis and interpretation of on-farm research-extension data based on adaptability analysis: A training guide
Food and Resource Economics Dept
  • Peter E. Hildebrand
  • Elena P. Bastidas, Nova Southeastern University
Department
Department of Conflict Resolution Studies
Publication Date
1-1-1995
Abstract
Modified Stabilitlity Analysis or MSA is a procedure for designing, analyzing and interpreting on-farm trials conducted to assess new technologies and disseminate the resulting recommendations. This famer-participatory method now called Adaptablity Analysis can serve as a basis for an entire research extension prograp. This guide demonstrates some of the basic procedures for analyzing and interpreting data taken from an on-farm research example for which an appropriate design was used.
Citation Information
Peter E. Hildebrand and Elena P. Bastidas. "Steps in the analysis and interpretation of on-farm research-extension data based on adaptability analysis: A training guide" Food and Resource Economics Dept (1995) p. 1 - 44
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/elena-bastidas/36/