Comparative Economic and Gender, Labor Analysis of Conservation Agriculture Practices in Tribal Villages in India
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The tribal villages within the district of Kendujhar, Odisha State, India struggle with farming on marginal lands with an increasing detrimental effect on agricultural productivity. Research has been focused on the implementation of conservation agriculture (CA) practices, specifically: minimum tillage and intercropping in such villages. Results provide a comparative economic and gender labor analyses of selected CA practices, future implications, and insight for agribusinesses, farmers and policymakers.