Training videos have now become a proper agricultural extension tool in which many development agencies invest in order to communicate farming information to smallholders.
For the sustainable use of video as an agricultural extension tool, it is relevant to broaden video distribution beyond projects and NGOs, taking into account developing world contexts in which ICT infrastructure is limited, and look for mechanisms whereby farmers are willing to share the cost of extension, by buying learning DVDs and screening videos on their own.
Building on existing nonconventional agricultural information dissemination networks, such as entertainment DVD sellers, agro-input dealers, vegetable sellers, and motorcycle-taxi drivers to disseminate agricultural information using videos, leads to a self-sustained way of making new information available to farmers.Check the agricultural training videos in 77 local languages https://www.accessagriculture.org
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