Agriculture holds vital potential for development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Nevertheless, manufacturing and productiveness stay low because of components corresponding to local weather change and variability, and restricted entry to and low adoption of applicable applied sciences. Utilizing information from Lushoto in Tanzania, this examine explores the drivers of adoption of agricultural applied sciences and practices, taking into consideration the complementarity amongst agricultural applied sciences and heterogeneity of the farm households. The applied sciences embody diversification of improved resilient crop varieties, inorganic fertilizer, and pesticides and/or herbicides. The outcomes present that, conditional on the unobservable heterogeneity results, family adoption selections on diversification of a number of stress-tolerant crops, inorganic fertilizer, and pesticides and herbicides are complementary. The outcomes additionally verify existence of unobserved heterogeneity results resulting in various affect of explanatory variables on adoption selections amongst farmers with related observable traits. Thus, any efficient agricultural expertise adoption and diffusion methods and insurance policies ought to bear in mind the complementarity of the applied sciences and heterogeneity of the households. Such applied sciences may very well be promoted as a package deal whereas taking into account family and farm stage constraints to adoption.