Farmers in developing countries

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  • This compensation technique bought us back 14 % of loss recall and an increase of 9 % accuracy over the baseline system. Finally, wrapping the retrieval system as an info service guarantees its practical deployment, asour target audiences are the majority of farmers in developing countries who are unable to reach modern farming information and knowledge.

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  • Rural residents have higher rates of age-adjusted mortality, disability, and chronic disease than their urban counterparts. Contributing negatively to the health status of rural residents are their lower socioeconomic status, higher incidence of both smoking and obesity, and lower levels of physical activity. Contributing negatively to the health status of farmers are the high risks from workplace hazards; contributing positively are farmers¿ higher socioeconomic status, lower incidence of smoking, and more active lifestyle.

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  • India being the agriculture based country; livestock sector becomes the backbone of the nation’s development in terms of economy and various other sectors as well. Livestock production serves as the main source of employment, income and food for over seventy percent of Indian population and women play the role of the hidden working force behind the establishment of livestock sector.

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  • The agriculture sector benefits more from mobile phones in the developing countries as it saves money, time and offers accurate advantage for farmers. The mobile phone system can be used to alert villagers about disease outbreaks and other important agricultural information. Many of the farmers suffer from lack of up to date, accurate market price information because of their remote location, or simply because they don‘t know how and where to get trustworthy information. A study was undertaken to assess the potential and use of mobile phones by farmers.

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  • Agriculture is the basis of rural economy and livelihood of developing nations where most of the farmers belong to small and marginal categories. Agriculture in developing nations had three contrasting divergence viz. Irrigated agriculture, Rainfed agriculture and Dryland agriculture, however, agriculture is considered as the best mean to reduce the rural poverty. According to Wikipedia, Poverty is not having enough material possessions or income for a person's needs. Poverty may include social, economic, and political elements.

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  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can revolutionize Indian farming sector and also benefit all farmers through this new technology including small landholders. Agriculture is the most important sector because majority of the rural population in developing countries depending on it for their livelihood. The traditional approaches that adapted for agriculture development, has numerous challenges in terms of production, marketing, profit etc.

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  • Agriculture occupies a central position in the Indian economy. It contributes 29.4 percent of GDP, employing 64 percent of the country's workforce. Food price volatility has had a dramatic impact on the food security of poor households in developing countries.

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  • Livestock farmers are constrained by many animal health borne problems like food borne diseases, milk and meat borne diseases, pollution of the environment from animal sources and other zoonotic concerns which adversely affect human health which cause morbidity and mortality in people and is also imposing significantly losses to the livestock sector. In developing countries, lack of knowledge about disease burden has been mostly reported to be associated with persistence of zoonotic diseases.

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  • This paper examines the incentives and disincentives for the adoption of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) by farmers and by downstream handlers of farm outputs in developing countries. GAPs cover a diverse set of objectives and have been developed by a wide array of interest groups from private supply chain-driven systems tied to individual retailers, and industry-wide systems driven by retailer or producer associations, to programmes developed within national policy frameworks or promoted by international agencies....

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  • The Review takes an international perspective. Climate change is global in its causes and consequences, and international collective action will be critical in driving an effective, efficient and equitable response on the scale required. This response will require deeper international co-operation in many areas - most notably in creating price signals and markets for carbon, spurring technology research, development and deployment, and promoting adaptation, particularly for developing countries. ...

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  • efficiency and quality. NGOs should be involved as management partners of the government for the shrimp cultivating areas. This will help reduce social tensions among various groups in the cultivating areas and ensure participation of the poor communities in all activities including decision making process. 9. Financial Support: Farmers, depot owners, small boat owners and transporters suffer from lack of capital to perform fishing activities. They have to rely on informal sources such as middlemen and traders for credit at a very high cost.

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  • The generation line of broiler comes from pure line, which is imported. This produces grand parents for parent stocks and parent stock end up in producing the final product. The farmers get day old broiler from hatcheries. These hatcheries maintain their breeder farms, or in some cases, purchase their hatching eggs from breeder farms. These breeder farms depend on producers of parent stock. Poultry feed mills are the major player in the poultry industry, which produce a specific formula feed mix.

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  • We will briefly comment on the estimation of standard errors. When we use community variables, instead of fixed effects, we adjust for clustering at the municipality level. This takes into account the spatial correlation of the error terms of every children living in the same municipality. When we use municipality fixed effects, we will adjust the standard errors to take into account the correlation of error terms of children living in the same household, as any correlation at the municipality level will be considered by the fixed effects.

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  • Pulses are important for the nutritional security point of view of the cereal based vegetarian diet of large scale of country. India is the largest producer, consumer and importer of pulses in the world. It has been projected that 32.0 M. tones of total pulse requirement for the burgeoning population of India, which will grow to 1.69 billion by 2050. To attain upto this level an annual growth rate of 2.2% is required. The demand for pulses continues to grow at 2.8% per annum.

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  • There are always a wide range of opinions about internet and social media and how useful or harmful, it can be. As a marketer, I can say for certain that used in the right way, it can be a very powerful communication tool and an unsurpassed platform for engagement. There’s a lot to learn about internet and social media, and a huge variety of social media that you could employ, but this article will give you a strong start on knowing what’s out there and how it can help you.

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  • Agriculture is the backbone of the economy. India is a developing country and Agriculture plays a vital role in India’s economy. Agriculture and allied activities including crop and animal husbandry, fisheries, forestry and agro processing provides livelihood to the tribal farmers. Diversified farming defines when a farmer is engaged in a multitude of farm enterprises, it is referred to as diversified farming.

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  • Climate change is predicted by scientists to have the main impact on agriculture, economy and livelihood of the populations of developing countries. Human expectations regarding weather and climate sometimes lead to perceptions of climate change which are not supported by observational evidences. A better understanding of how farmers’ perceive climate change is needed to craft policies and programmes aimed at promoting successful adaptation of the agricultural sector. The present study was carried out in Chhattisgarh state during the years 2016.

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  • The use of a wide range of chemicals to destroy pests and weeds is an important aspect of agricultural practice in both developed and developing countries. This has increased crop yield and reduced postharvest losses. However, the expanded use of such pesticides expectedly results in residues in foods, which has led to widespread concern over the potential adverse effects of these chemicals on human health.

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  • The current study focused on how the production, productivity, and paddy yield affected by the MSP and to find out the extent of participation in markets by paddy growers. In developing countries like India, most smallholder farmers are characterized by poor market participation because they lack market information on paddy marketing. Despite paddy market value, its market participation has not been fully studied and quantified results in poor prices among small-scale farmers...

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  • The farmers of developed and developing countries will get heavy production losses from the disease which is generally undiagnosed in the herds.

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