5 edition of Innovation policy for small farmers in the tropics found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Hans Ruthenberg ; edited by Hans E. Jahnke.|
|Contributions||Jahnke, Hans E.|
|LC Classifications||HD1476.T76 R88 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||85007311|
hivos Knowledge Programme on small Producer Agency in the globalised Market. this publication is a product of the Knowledge Programme: small producer agency in the globalised market. the Knowledge Programme aims to map, elicit and integrate knowledge on the dilemmas confronting small-scale producers in global, regional and national Size: 1MB. The research on climate change has identified several avenues that will affect agriculture. They include (1) rising temperatures around the world that lead to migration of climate from regions closer to the tropics to regions closer to the poles, (2) rising sea levels, (3) increased snowmelt and change in the volume and timing of water use for irrigation, and (4) increased probability of Cited by: 5.
The ICRISAT innovation Hub (iHub), a creative space where agricultural technology entrepreneurs, scientists and experts can collaborate to innovate cutting edge ideas for smallholder farmers, was inaugurated at ICRISAT-India. “This is very important for the welfare of farmers. We have to enhance farmers’ incomes. Terrain NRM’s Wet Tropics Innovation Strategy and online resources are aimed at supporting and connecting farmers and facilitating new ideas to progress through the innovation cycle. For more information on the support available, go to
Innovation through Tradition for Small Farm Success [i]. John Ikerd [ii]. American agriculture seems almost obsessed with endless innovation. Technologies of the past have made it possible for fewer farmers to provide Americans with a vast array of high quality foods at affordable prices, we are told, and new biological and electronic technologies seem destined to revolutionize American. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website.
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Get this from a library. Innovation policy for small farmers in the tropics: the economics of technical innovations for agricultural development. [Hans Ruthenberg; Hans E Jahnke].
Innovation policy for small farmers in the tropics: The economics of technical innovations for agricultural development: Ruthenberg, H. and Jahnke, H. (Editors). Clarendon Press, Oxford,xii + pp.
Price: [pound sign] innovation in the tropics facilitating the emergence of agricultural innovation systems that increase farmers’ income, food security, nutrition and environmental sustainability. Ultimately, small and medium-scale producers are the beneficiaries of TAP’s activities.
a Policy Dialogue to enhance the coherence of policies for capacity. Social Capital and Innovation Policy. Two dimensions of economic specificity are at the centre of this book's inquiry: knowledge as the basis of technology, and the human relations that are Author: Klaus Nielsen.
Innovation Policy and the Limits of Laissez-faire: Hong Kong's Policy in Comparative Perspective. Edited by DOUGLAS B. FULLER. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, xiv + pp. £Author: Christopher Howe. The humid tropics are important particularly as they are the home for many millions of small farmers.
Most of these farmers are poor and many of them are forced to farm small plots of land on steep hillsides where the risk of erosion is at its greatest. For these people, the File Size: 44KB.
Beginner’s Guide to Small-scale Tropical Agriculture Page 2 The tropics are different from the temperate zones. While in theory it might be possible to produce food crops all year round, in reality a wide range of biological and social factors determine what crops are produced and during which Size: KB.
Farmers in the Tropics needed a better tool to estimate the nitrogen contribution from cover crops to reduce their commercial fertilizer rates. Cover crops, which may appear as weeds to the untrained eye, are healthy plants that enhance soil health and minimize erosion. Covering the soil helps protect this precious resource that provides our food and fiber.
Gold Farm, founded inhelps farmers book farm equipment such as solar-powered pumps in districts of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Beneficiaries have included over. Conservation Farming book. In the early s, Ray co-authored a well illustrated book titled Conservation Farming for Small Farmers in the Humid Tropics.
Co-authored with Dr Parakdrama Waidyanatha, this was a pioneering effort to capture practical insights that Ray had derived from working with farmers across Asia, Africa and Latin America from the s. This is not a How-to-do-it manual. Rather, this is a HOW-WE-DO-IT book based on my “Sustainable Agriculture in the Tropics” manual.
It has been used to train and equip hundreds of small-scale farmers and gardeners in the natural farming adventure. While small holders are the major suppliers of milk in the tropics, numerous larger farms are becoming established throughout the tropics to satisfy the increasing local demands for fresh milk.
Both types of farmers and their advisers will gain much from this manual and improve the productivity, welfare and milk quality from their dairy herds.
Small-scale poultry production 3 Table Annual budget for a family farm with ha irrigated paddy, ha vegetable garden, ducks and two buffaloes in Indonesia Unit Rupees Annual expenses Crops 1 Animals: BuffaloesFile Size: KB. Farming systems in the tropics / Hans Ruthenberg; Innovation policy for small farmers in the tropics: the economics of technical innovations for agricult Intensified systems of farming in the tropics and subtropics / J.A.
Nicholas Wallis; Smallholder farming and smallholder development in Tanzania. Ten case studies. Edited by Hans Ruthenberg. Uninsured risk from weather shocks like drought and flood is a major hurdle to increasing productivity and reducing poverty among smallholder farmers in developing economies.
It also hinders investments in potentially yield-transforming agricultural technologies, such as improved seeds and fertilizers. Index-based agricultural insurance could affordably help these farmers to manage risk, but.
Policy Brief: Innovative Insurance Design for Cotton Farmers in Mali Small-scale cotton farmers in Mali exhibit this exact behavior, limiting their cash exposure by investing less in cotton production than they otherwise might, limiting their yields and earnings from this potentially high returning cash crop.
Development of livestock production in the tropics: farm and farmers’ perspectives - Volume 8 Special Issue - S. Oosting, H. Udo, T. VietsCited by: I commend this book for the emphasis it places on the critical role that technological innovation plays in agriculture. The study is a timely handbook for those seeking new ways of harnessing new technologies for development, including poor farmers, many of whom are women."- /5(4).
Seed System Innovations in the Semi-Arid Tropics of Andhra Pradesh ® About ICRISAT The International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) is a nonprofit, non-political organization that does innovative agricultural research and capacity building for sustainable development with a wide array of partners across the globe.
farmers profitable and benefit from an equitable trade regime. While trade can be beneficial to the poor, it will, however, require: (i) differentiation in policy frameworks and institutional.
1. Pig farming in the tropics P, F, E 2. Soil fertility management S, P, F, E 3. Preservation of fruit and vegetables P, F, E 4.
Small-scale chicken production S, P, F, E 5. Fruit growing in the tropics P, F, E 6. Simple construction surveying for rural applications P, F, E 7.
Goat keeping in the tropics P, F, E 8.(a). Farmers’ innovation has always been happening very rapidly. (_____) (b). The innovation process at farmers could be speeded up giving opportunity to bring in their ideas and skills. (_____) (c).
Farmer led participatory innovation development process provides a chance to harmonize and link the value systems of farmers and scientists at.Farmer Research Committees (also known in Latin America as Comites de Investigacion Agropecuario Local or CIALs) are an approach to community organizing and agricultural extension that provides rural communities and farmer organizations in developing countries with an adaptive research and technology testing service run by volunteer farmers.
This approach to agricultural innovation is used in.