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Study of Technology Interventions on Vegetable Culture in Well-Endowed and Small Production System in Ranchi District of Jharkhand, India

Vegetable farming is becoming increasingly popular and profitable in Jharkhand, especially among farmers who have access to small-scale irrigation systems. During the kharif season, however, a number of vegetables such as tomato, cauliflower, cabbage, capsicum, and others are cultivated in totally rainfed conditions. To meet the minimal requirement of the entire population of Jharkhand, the…
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September 7, 2021 0

Impacts of Banditry on Food Security in Katsina State Nigeria: A Recent Study

Banditry is one of the principal forms of instability that has plagued the geopolitical zone of the North West over the previous decade. Banditry has impacted all aspects of human life, including food security in the affected states, including Katsina. The purpose of this article is to describe the effects of banditry on food security…
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September 6, 2021 0

Planning and Management of Nomadic Herders and Farmers Conflicts: A Panacea to Food Security Threat in Oke-Ogun Region of Oyo State

Food’s importance to human life qualifies it as a Sustainable Development Goal. Farmers in the Oke-Ogun district of Oyo state have been subjected to a series of attacks by nomadic herdsmen. This poses a threat to food security in the region, which is regarded as the state’s “food basket.” It is critical to examine the…
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June 7, 2021 0

Violated Rights in Rural Populations Exposed to Transgenic Soybean Crop

Advent: The introduction of GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) in Latin America poses a threat to human health, the environment, and human rights in vulnerable people. Objective: To study the risk of pesticide exposure in a community devoted to subsistence farming and surrounded by GMO crops by examining the state’s compliance with basic human rights commitments.…
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June 7, 2021 0

Critical Evaluation of Types and Classification of Pesticides Used on Tomatoes Grown in Mwea Irrigation Scheme, Kirinyaga County, Kenya

In the Mwea Irrigation System, this study assessed 403 farmers from open fields and greenhouses on the types and classifications of pesticides used by farmers to combat pests and diseases in tomatoes from July 2017 to June 2018. Without the use of pesticides in industrialized and developing countries, it is virtually impossible to produce enough…
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February 25, 2021 0

Elaborated Study on Loan Size and Its Determinants as Critical Growth Factors for Rural Farmers in Imo State, Southeast Nigeria

In the Owerri Agricultural Zone of Imo State , Nigeria, this study examined the loan demand requirements of rural staple and poultry farmers. The factors influencing the size of loans were also examined. Data were collected using a stratified sampling technique using standardised and pre-tested questionnaires from 100 loan recipients and five financial institutions in…
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September 29, 2020 0

Emphasizing the Tunisian Experience in Olive Production and Marketing and How to benefit from it in the Egyptian Case

Egypt has a comparative advantage in the production olive crop, which generates a distinct economic return, whether marketed locally or exported; Egypt occupies the 10th place in the global ranking of the countries producing less than 1% of Global production of olive oil. In order to achieve a qualitative leap in the production and marketing…
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September 19, 2020 0

Watermelon Production in Jharkhand: Farmers Multipling Income

Irrespective of land condition of river bed types required for cultivation of watermelon, farmers of Jharkhand are doing their best for watermelon production after harvesting of paddy to multiply income in summer season. The research & extension efforts have been tried to increase income level of farmers by providing market led extension activity through early…
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September 19, 2020 0

Emphasizing Tanzania Development Bailout: A Focus on Improving Agricultural Production

This chapter aims to discuss measures that need to be employed to boost the agricultural production in country like Tanzania. The objective of the study is to assess the perception of agronomist on what do they consider to be barriers for agricultural improvement in Tanzania, and to propose solutions for the ultimate sustainable agriculture in…
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August 4, 2020 0

Assessment of the Contributions of the Bank of Agriculture to Cassava Production in Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria

The study was conducted to assess the contribution of the Bank of Agriculture to cassava production in Isoko North Local Government Area. A simple random sampling technique was employed in the selection of six (6) towns and twelve (12) local cassava farmers from each of this six towns. The sample size was seventy two (72).…
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December 7, 2019 0