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CAPS options for Tentuli Village
(Honolulu HI: College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, 2011)
This presentation uses the results of soil and agronomic data analysis to make recommendations for CAPS options in Tentuli Village, India.
Measuring the economic impact of conservation agriculture adoption in rural India using linear programming and economic surplus analysis
(Honolulu HI: College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, 2013)
Despite its proven ability to increase yields, improve soils and reduce pollution, conservation agriculture (CA) adoption remains low among smallholders in many regions of South Asia due in large part to a lack of information ...
Comparative analysis of farmer and professional preferences towards conservation agriculture practices in Kendujhar, Odisha; an analytical hierarchy process study
(College Station, Texas, USA: International Food and Agribusiness Management Review, 2012)
This study compares farmer and professional mental perceptions, in the village of Tentuli, India, of their preferences of specific conservation agricultural production systems and objectives as they relate to the goal of ...
Farmers’ preference: AHP workshop and analysis
(Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii, Manoa, CTHAR, 2011)
A presentation presenting detailed steps in conducting AHP to determine tribal Indian farmers' preference for cropping strategies that improve profit, labor savings, yield, or soil quality. These strategies are in pursuit ...
Economic analysis of farm labor and profitability of three tribal villages in Nepal
The introduction of conservation agriculture practices, such as strip tilling and intercropping with nitrogen-fixing legumes can increase long-term farm profitability and ensure long-term soil productivity. Survey and trial ...
Projection of aggregate and farm benefits of conservation agriculture productions systems using economic surplus analysis and linear programing in Nepal
Traditional agriculture in central mid hills of Nepal is characterized by cultivation of sloping lands, resulting in lower productivity and soil loss. The Sustainable Management of Agro-ecological Resources in Tribal ...