Planning and Establishing On-Farm Field Trials
Horticultural Sciences students working garden plots at the teaching farm.
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Keywords

demonstration plots;
on-farm research
on-farm trials
field day

How to Cite

Wallau, Marcelo, Esteban Rios, and Ann Blount. 2021. “Planning and Establishing On-Farm Field Trials”. EDIS 2021 (1). https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-ag447-2021.

Abstract

Planning and preparation can increase chances of successful outcomes from demonstration plots. This 5-page publication focuses on guiding the successful establishment of demonstration trials and is targeted to county, regional, and state specialized Extension faculty who aim to develop on-farm research and demonstration sites as part of their programs. Written by Marcelo Wallau, Esteban Rios, and Ann Blount, and published by the UF/IFAS Agronomy Department, January 2021.

https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-ag447-2021
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References

Davis, R. F., G. H. Harris, P. M. Roberts, and G. E. MacDonald. 2017. “Designing Research and Demonstration Tests for Farmer’s Fields.” University of Georgia Extension. Bulletin 1177. 8 pp.

Hancock, J. 1997. Extension Education: Conducting Effective Agricultural Demonstrations. University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Services. Handbook ID-111. 19 pp.

Leake, A. H. 1915. The Means and Methods of Agricultural Education. Cambridge, MA: The Riverside Press. 274 pp.

Nafziger, E. D. 1984. “Use of Demonstration Plots as Extension Tools.” Journal of Agronomic Education 13:47-49. https://doi.org/10.2134/jae.1984.0047

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