2 edition of Data collection in subsistence farming systems found in the catalog.
Data collection in subsistence farming systems
James L. Stallings
by Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology [and] Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University in Auburn, Ala
Written in English
|Statement||James L. Stallings.|
|Series||Agricultural economics series -- no. 38 (Oct. 1985), Agricultural economics series -- no. 38.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
Farming systems in the region are likely to evolve rapidly during the coming 30 years, as technologies, institutions and markets change, and the pace of change is expected to accelerate. Available projections suggest some improvement in indicators related to hunger and poverty in coming years, albeit at a slower rate than those implied by the Prior to the introduction of wheat and barley from Central Asia during the Neolithic period, northern Chinese agricultural groups subsisted heavily on millet. Despite being the focus of many decades of intensive interest and research, the exact route(s), date(s), and mechanisms of the spread and adoption of wheat and barley into the existing well-established millet-based diet in northern China ?id=/
Smallholder farming constitutes an important but marginalized sector, responsible for most of the world’s agricultural production. This has a significant influence in the land use/cover change process and agrobiodiversity conservation, especially in mountainous regions of the developing world. Thus, the maintenance of sustainable smallholder farming systems represents a key condition for subsistence farming n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (farming for self-sufficiency) agricultura de subsistencia loc nom f locución nominal femenina: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como sustantivo femenino ("casa de citas", "zona cero", "arma secreta")?tranword=farming.
Data collection. Sorghum inventory and germplasm collection would thus help gain a clearer picture of crop evolution dynamics in subsistence farming systems. () fmsb: Functions for medical statistics book with some demographic data. ed. Benjamini Y, Hochberg Y () Controlling the false discovery rate: a practical and This open access book is about understanding the processes involved in the transformation of smallholder rice farming in the Lower Mekong Basin from a low-yielding subsistence activity to one producing the surpluses needed for national self-sufficiency and a high-value export ://
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DATA COLLECTION IN SUBSISTENCE FARMING SYSTEMS --A HANDBOOK James L. Stallings* I. INTRODUCTION Surveying farming systems in subsistence agriculture is more difficult, in many ways, than conducting a similar survey in a highly developed economy.
Unlike the agriculture of;sequence=1. Data collection in subsistence farming systems by James L. Stallings,Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology [and] Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station, Auburn University edition, in English Cover title.
Summarizes the author's A State-of-the-arts paper (SOAP) on the techniques of enumeration of intercropping and associated cultivation and livestock numbers and products in subsistence agriculture in LDC's,prepared for US AID as part of the project "Collaborative Survey and Analysis of Agriculture--Rwanda." Bibliography: p.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Data collection in subsistence farming systems book Collection in Subsistence Farming Systems: A :// PDF | On Jul 8,Surinder Singh Rana published Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Data Collection Semi-structured interviews were used to collect data.
Three master’s students were trained and have assisted with data collection and analysis. The participants were asked questions about the indigenous knowledge used to endure subsistence farming.
Data analysis was effected through a computerized software package and transition from traditional subsistence cultivation to commercial farming in rural areas of Africa. In the introduction Richards explains something of the history of the survey-how the problem was conceived, search for suitable research sites, decisions about methods of data collection, and similar :// for all data collection is to capture quality evidence that then translates to rich data analysis and allows the building of a convincing a nd credible answer to questions tha t have been posed Shane Heywood provides an article that reveals how beer manufacturers are collaborating with smallholder farms to get a more secure supply chain, lower the cost of raw materials, and empower more households with income, and all in addition to improving yields from farming that could change lives for the 2 Bn+ smallholder farmers in the world.
While interacting with 20+ smallholder farmers in Define subsistence farming. subsistence farming synonyms, subsistence farming pronunciation, subsistence farming translation, English dictionary definition of subsistence farming. n a type of farming in which most of the produce is consumed by the farmer and his or her family, leaving little or nothing to be marketed Collins English +farming.
Subsistence Farming Systems to Study Food Security in Burkina Faso Isabel G. Karst 1, *,†, Isabel Mank 2,†, Issouf Traoré 3,4, Raissa Sorgho 2, Kim-Jana Stückemann 5, Human-sourced information is now almost entirely digitized and stored everywhere from personal computers to social networks.
HM data are usually loosely structured and often ungoverned. In the context of Big Data and Smart Farming, human-sourced data have rarely been discussed except in relation to the marketing aspects (Verhoosel et al., ).
ADVERTISEMENTS: Types of subsistence farming are 1. Primitive or Simple Subsistence Farming 2. Intensive Subsistence Farming. Primitive or Simple Subsistence Farming: Primitive farming is the oldest form of agriculture and still prevalent in some areas of the world.
From primitive gathering, some people have taken a step ‘upward’ on the economic ladder by learning [ ] Subsistence To Commercial Farming. Throughout ancient medieval times through to the modern ages and even current times man has cultivated crops mostly on a subsistence basis.
With little or none existence of trade and impenetrable markets, subsistence living/farming seemed to be the order of the day or more so the compelling :// The choice of method is influenced by the data collection strategy, the type of variable, the accuracy required, the collection point and the skill of the enumerator.
Links between a variable, its source and practical methods for its collection (TableTable and Table ) can help in choosing appropriate Keywords: Sierra Leone, (semi)subsistence farming, livelihood strategies, crop diversification.
Abstract: The Government of Sierra Leone has recently published its National Sustainable Agriculture Development Plan (NSADP) which con- templates the gradual erradication of Climate adaptation efforts are recurrent in the science and policy spheres, especially in the context of the adaptation of community-driven, small-scale farming systems.
One such is subsistence farming, which constitutes the backbone of most rural sub-Saharan African (SSA) economies, including Cameroon. Significant research and policy efforts have been directed towards overcoming barriers to Data collection involved two qualitative methods, namely structured interviews and focus group discussions, with 32 household heads comprising 18 women and 14 men.
subsistence farmers in Ward 13 of Bikita District carries the implication that training household heads in conservation farming means developing more subsistence farmers capable Agrobiodiversity conservation enhances food security in subsistence-based farming systems of Eastern Kenya book of Kenya.
Natural conditions and farm information. Data collection Mr Scott Kimpton, who was a postgraduate student at Curtin, passed away on 2 July Scott, an enthusiastic fieldworker, was involved in data collection for the cocoa component of this chapter.
He is fondly remembered by his colleagues and friends, and we dedicate this chapter to his ://. Discussion and analysis of systems can be of them as actual systems (e.g., of constituent physical processes in the case of natural physical systems) or as representational representations or models of actual systems take such forms as written descriptions, physical models, mathematical models, flowcharts, tables of data and computer subsistence-level farming systems is consistent with the species.
sulted here and should be a focus of data collection efforts in the. future. The mean elevation that groups occupy is also not Subsistence farming, incomes, and agricultural livelihoods in the New Member States of the European Union January Environment and Planning C Government and Policy 30(2) endstream A hen can lay anywhere from 80 to eggs in one ://?=subsistence-farming-pdf.