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Agricultural extension in England, the United States and Canada : report of a study tour, March to June 1973 / [by] J.B. Bardsley
Bib ID 2753629
Format BookBook
Author
Bardsley, J. Barrie (John Barrie), 1938-
 
Description [Melbourne] : [Victorian Dept. of Agriculture], [1973] 
81 leaves : diagrs. ; 34cm. 
ISBN 0724107924
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Subjects Agriculture. Extension work. Study regions: England, Canada & United States. Reports, surveys  |  Agricultural extension work -- Great Britain.  |  Agricultural extension work -- Canada.  |  Agricultural extension work -- United States.
Other authors/contributors Victoria. Department of Agriculture

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