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  • Adoption is the process that someone goes through when they find out about a new technology, learn about it, and use it. It is related to diffusion, which is the way that the use of the new technology spreads from person to person. Before I say too much about adoption and how complex it is, I want to talk briefly about diffusion.
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    • 1. The many meanings of adoption Roger Wilkinson
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    • 9. Complexities of adoption
      • Gradual, partial or stepwise adoption
      • Trial or gradual adoption?
      • Niche adoption or full integration
      • Adaptation
      • Disadoption
      • Separate decision about use of a practice for each paddock in each season
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    • 15. Partial adoption
      • Partial area of farm
      • Some components of a technology “package”
      • Niche rather than integration
    • 16. Gradual adoption
      • Increasing area
      • Increasing intensity
      • Trial
      • Stepwise adoption of components of a technology package
      • Niche to integration
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    • 21. Complexities of adoption
      • Gradual, partial or stepwise adoption
      • Trial or gradual adoption? Hard to tell
      • Niche adoption or full integration
      • Adaptation makes adoption easier
      • Disadoption at any point
      • Separate decision about use of a practice for each paddock in each season
      • Focus on “use” rather than “adoption”