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Adoption of improved technology and levels of input use in hill agriculture
R. P. Yadava
by Agro-Economic Research Centre for Himachal Pradesh & Adjoining Hilly Areas, H.P. University in Simla
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||R.P. Yadava, J.P. Bhati, R. Swarup.|
|Series||Occasional paper / Agro-Economic Research Centre for Himachal Pradesh & Adjoining Hilly Areas ;, no. 5, Occasional paper (Agro-Economic Research Centre (Simla, India)) ;, no. 5.|
|Contributions||Bhati, J. P., Swarup, R.|
|LC Classifications||HD2075.H55 Y33 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66, xvi p. ;|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||81904395|
The Economic Impact of Improved Agricultural.. 66 two directions. First, the adoption of agricultural technology can make a limited contribution to reducing the . Technology Development and Transfer in Agriculture S N Nigam and C L L Gowda1 Abstract Technology development is a response of scientific knowledge to the changing needs of consumers, farmers, community, country, and world trade. In the late s and early s there was a need to increase total production by intensive agriculture.
Bhusal S J and Thapa R B Comparative study on the adoption of improved beekeeping technology for poverty alleviation;Journal Institute of Agriculture and Animal Sciences– Commonwealth Secretariat Uganda: Strategy for development of the apiculture report. Technology Centre and Network) and other bodies under the Convention. In applying technologies for adaptation, the significant synergies, trade-offs and co-benefits with mitigation should also be considered. In the context of agricultural adaptation, co-benefits are exemplified through health benefits from improved energy use, reduced urban.
Agricultural technological adoption is mistakenly perceived as tractor mechanization. Agricultural mechanization is defined as the use of any mechanical technology and increased power to agriculture. This includes the use of tractors, animal-powered and human-powered. technology, and (4) the social system. Rogers () then defined adoption as use or non-use of a new technology by a farmer at a given period of time. This definition can be extended to all economic units in the social system. Feder et al. () distinguished individual adoption (farm level) from aggregate adoption.
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Over the years, technology has proved to be extremely useful in the agricultural sector. The adoption of new technology in agriculture is, therefore, at the core of agricultural growth and, thus, rural poverty alleviation. Unfortunately, the adoption of new agricultural technology, including agricultural machinery, is seldom rapid, as a large number of factors can affect the adoption process [,, ].Cited by: The main purpose of this paper is to introduce the modern technology adoption its importance, usage and role in agriculture improvement.
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Low adoption of agricultural marketing technologies in the field of agricultural commodities marketing is one of the main reasons for profit loss of the farmers in Bangladesh. This paper examines the factors that influence farmers' decision of modern agricultural marketing technologies adoption in Northern Bangladesh.
By using questionnaire survey the researcher collect data from farmers. Agricultural extension programmes have been one of the main conduits of addressing rural poverty and food insecurity.
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Defining technology adoption is a complicated task since it varies with the technology being adopted. factors including poor adoption of improved technologies against pests and parasites destroying crops with developmental implications on food insecurity and poverty.
This study has been undertaken to contribute to the understanding of farm-level adoption dynamics and economic impacts of. The use of Precision Agriculture Technologies (PAT) and the adoption of innovations in agriculture are crucial for establishing the production patterns and to mitigate specific risks associated to agriculture.
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Farmers’ changes of technology use are influenced by technical training, meeting, oral transmission, trust on technician and belief level on technology.
Men usually use technologies for rice, fruit and fish production, and women use technology for pig, chicken production. Factors that trigger adoption of new. Fortunately for the proponents of conservation agriculture, its net financial impact at the individual farm scale appears positive as well.
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optimum input to use. An important use of information derived from a production function is in determining how much of the variable input to use. Given a goal of maximizing profit, the farmer must select from all possible input levels, the one which will result in the greatest profit.
To determine the optimum input to use, we apply two marginal. ers in Uganda on their technology adoption, including both advanced inputs and improved basic farming methods, and food security. The program, designed by the non-governmental organization (NGO) BRAC, features two main components to promote improved technology use: training; and easier and less costly access to and 1.
Social and human capital are the on-farm human elements that mediate how policy, technology, institutions and infrastructure affect input and physical capital use. Human capital directly affects whether and how technology will be adopted. Technology choice.
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Conservation agriculture (CA) can. A study on the ‘Impact of Technology Adoption: Evidence from Maize and Cowpea Farmers in Northern Ghana,’ has recommended more stakeholder involvement in the agriculture sector to provide.
One of the primary constraints to increased productivity and profitability stems from the limited use of modern farming technology, equipment, and inputs. For example, although effective irrigation technology is available, Cambodian agriculture continues to rely heavily on fragile rain-fed systems focused on paddy rice production.
The lasting benefits of the improved seeds and new technology extended principally to the irrigated areas which account for about one-third of the harvested crop area. In the s, Indian agriculture policy shifted to “evolution of a production pattern in line with the demand pattern” leading to a shift in emphasis to other agricultural.Research and Technology Adoption in a Changing Agricultural Sector Technological change has been a major factor shaping agriculture in the last years [Schultz (); Cochrane ()].
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