Tailoring Cooperative Extension programs to serve home gardeners
AuthorsDennis R. Pittenger
Authors AffiliationsDennis R. Pittenger is Extension Urban Horticulturist, University of California, Riverside; Vincent Lazaneo is Farm Advisor, Cooperative Extension, San Diego County.
Hilgardia 43(5):28-29. DOI:10.3733/ca.v043n05p28. September 1989.
A survey of households in San Diego County suggests that Cooperative Extension could most effectively deliver its university-based information to home gardeners through nurseries and similar professional sources rather than directly. Gardeners preferred those information sources for their convenience.
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