3 edition of Sustainable agriculture in drought prone regions found in the catalog.
Sustainable agriculture in drought prone regions
Contributed articles in the Indian context.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[edited by] K. Dasaratharamaiah, M. Jayaraj.|
|Contributions||Narayana, N., Dasaratharamaiah, K., 1959-, Jayaraj, M., 1960-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 381 p. :|
|Number of Pages||381|
|LC Control Number||2007342730|
In this paper, an attempt has been made to address challenges of increasing food production and improving rural livelihoods, while safeguarding critical water resources for sustainable use through adaptive measures for effective water management, particularly in drought-prone regions. Call status: Closed Previous call: 19 July - 8 November The Sustainable Intensification Research Network (SIRN) partner search tool is now available for UK and African researchers.. Summary. We are pleased to announce a £10 million call for collaborative proposals to address research challenges relating to the sustainable intensification of agricultural .
In the face of rapidly advancing climate change, biodiversity loss, and water scarcity, it is clear that global agriculture must swiftly and decisively shift toward sustainability. Fortunately, farmers and researchers have developed a thoroughly studied pathway to this transition: agroecological farming systems that mimic natural ecosystems, creating tightly coupled cycles of energy, Cited by: 1. Drought: Everything You Need to Know. What is considered a drought varies from region to region and is based largely on an area’s specific weather patterns. Agricultural drought.
This water crisis poses a serious challenge to agriculture, with unmonitored water wastage causing a huge loss to farmers who face increased production cost and poverty in drought-prone areas. Agricultural Practices, Its Impact On Biodiversity & Agricultural Drought 3. MEANING OF AGRICULTURE CONCEPT ‘Ager’ or ‘Agri’ (Latin) + ‘Cultura’ (Latin) = Agriculture Soil Cultivation Soil Cultivation Concept of- 1. Art 2. Science 3. Business 4. DEFINITION 1.
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Sustainable agriculture through watershed development programmes-a case study of drought prone areas/M. Jayaraj, D. Sreenivasa Rao and G.
Munni. Sericulture: an alternative dryland agricultural practice/G. Sandhya Rani. "The book 'Sustainable Agriculture in Drought Prone Regions' consists of 50 selected research papers prepared in Honour of Professor N.
Narayana (Professor of Economics, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur Andhra Pradesh) focusing its attention on theoretical and empirical findings on different aspects of agricultural development and its sustainability in India in general and drought prone.
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All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Book chapter Full text access CHAPTER 7 - Crop Introduction and Breeding for Drought-prone Areas Pages Download PDF; Part III: Land use and farming systems.
Agriculture and Farmers Distress: with particular reference to farmers suicides in Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh”Edited by haramiah, M. Jayaraj,” Sustainable Agriculture in Drought Prone Regions” Serials Publications, New Delhi.
Reddy D.N &Mishra Srijit,() Agrarian Crisis in India, Published, EditedFile Size: KB. The purpose of this paper is to assess the agricultural practices in a drought-prone region of India in an effort to find out how science, technology and innovation (STI) measures can address the existing problems and help achieve sustainable : Venkatesh Dutta, Manoj Vimal, Sonvir Singh, Rana Pratap Singh.
Drought is considered as devastating and causing substantial damage and loss to agriculture and allied sectors. Particularly the northwestern livelihood experiences its noteworthy impact on their daily because of the consequence of drought impacts.
More specifically, agriculture, health and social life are badly affected by by: 4. Partnering for Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment Resources; Integrated Natural Resources Management in Drought-prone and Salt-affected Agricultural Production Systems in Central Asia and Turkey (CACILM2) To scale up integrated natural resources management (INRM) in drought prone and salt affected agricultural production landscapes.
In the application sections, Module 4 introduces participatory tools and methods for undertaking community-level climate risk assessment in the agriculture sector.1 Module 5 offers guidance for developing agricultural adaptation options to manage climate variability and change in drought-prone Size: 1MB.
The farmers in northwest Bangladesh, the most drought affected region of the country, are implementing different types of adaptation measures to reduce the adverse consequences of drought (Habiba.
Sustainable agriculture and agroecology, the science of sustainable food systems, provide a strong foundation upon which to build a resilient U.S. agriculture. A rich knowledge base of practical application and innovation informed by a deep understanding of the ecology of agriculture can be used to guide the development of locally adapted.
Instead, a more sustainable drought plan includes a two-pronged approach: protect the soil while maintaining a modest income over the long run. A land manager can not protect the soil in one year. It takes ongoing effort to build organic matter in the soil and vigorous plants that can withstand the tortures of drought – including the drying.
PGPR Amelioration in Sustainable Agriculture: Food Security and Environmental Management explores the growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) that are indigenous to soil and plant. This book speaks to today's farmers, no matter their size or output, in drought-ridden areas with land patterns characterized by natural ditches (acequias) and community water distribution systems (suertes).
This type of agriculture exists not only in the American Southwest but from the Philippines to India to the Middle East/5(3). Climate change presents an unprecedented challenge to the productivity and profitability of agriculture in North America.
More variable weather, drought, and flooding create the most obvious damage, but hot summer nights, warmer winters, longer growing seasons, and other environmental changes have more subtle but far-reaching effects on plant and livestock /5(11). The long dry spells incur heavy costs to the affected communities in the form of lost crop production and reduced crop yield, particularly in semi-arid regions.
The sustainability of agriculture very much depends on the provision of supplemental irrigation during droughts, for which a detailed analysis of dry spells is a by: 2. Irrigation Planning for Sustainable Rainfed Agriculture in the Drought Prone Bundelkhand Region of Madhya Pradesh, India.
The recent spells of recurrent and consecutive droughts in the Bundelkhand region in Central India have led to uncertain rain-fed agriculture and its sustainability.
But these low-potential regions are a frontier for agricultural expansion. obvious solutions in drought-prone regions, but they rarely improve agricultural productivity.
sustainable. Results show social capital has positive impacts on the adoption of agricultural practices. • By using integrated practices, farmers can gain high yields and income.
• Adoption of integrated practices has multiple impacts on sustainable livelihood. • The integrated practices should be adopted in drought-prone, degraded and water-stressed Cited by: 2.
It's a technology with the potential to increase small-scale food production in drought-prone regions by holding onto irrigated water and over time releasing it along with nutrients from the : Hannah Gould.
and agriculture, and drought interventions. Both the study areas have experienced frequent droughts, of varying severity and impact, in recent years. Bolangir is one of the poorest districts located in the uplands in the western part of Odisha, categorised as a drought-prone area under the Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP).An example of transformative change highlighted in the book is the restoration ofhectares of land in Shinyanga region of northern Tanzania to reverse the impacts of degradation linked to a combination of drought, overgrazing and political changes.Non-conventional use of water for agriculture during and make the material ready for publication in the form of a book.
As part of mandate of new WG, following three thematic areas were formulated (i) Drought management strategies, (ii) Coping with water scarcity, and (iii) Rainfall management for sustainable agriculture. 2.