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Usage of Information and Communication Technology in the Delivery of Agricultural Extension Services: A Case Study of Gedaref State, Sudan
How to cite this paper: Adam Elradi M. Ali, Hamid E. E. Bashir, Mohammed Adam A. Hamad, Ahamed M. A. Berier. (2020) Usage of Information and Communication Technology in the Delivery of Agricultural Extension Services: A Case Study of Gedaref State, Sudan. International Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 4(2), 211-218.