4 edition of Agricultural productivity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by V. Elton Ball and George W. Norton.|
|Series||Studies in productivity and efficiency|
|Contributions||Ball, V. Eldon., Norton, George W.|
|LC Classifications||HD1769 .A395 2002, HD1769 .A395 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 324 p. :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||2002020611|
Chapter 2 Intertemporal Trends in Agricultural Productivity 25 Samuel Benin and Alejandro Nin-Pratt Chapter 3 Spatial Patterns of Agricultural Productivity Stanley Wood, Zhe Guo, and Ulrike Wood-Sichra Chapter 4 Typology of Agricultural Productivity Zones Bingxin Yu and Zhe Guo Chapter 5 Agricultural Intensification and Fertilizer Use File Size: 5MB. Agricultural Production Economics (Second Edition) is a revised edition of the Textbook Agricultural Production Economics publi shed by Macmillan in (ISBN ). Although the format and coverage remains similar to the first edition, many small revisions and updates have been made. All graphs have been redrawn using the latest in.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Agricultural productivity | Open Library Donate ♥. Harvesting Prosperity is the fourth volume of the World Bank Productivity Project, which seeks to bring frontier thinking on the measurement and determinants of productivity to global policy makers. “As rightly argued by the authors, growth in agricultural productivity is the essential instrument to promote development in low-income.
Book Description: This research was undertaken to show how the current gaps and weaknesses in systems for monitoring agricultural productivity in APO member countries could be addressed. The comprehensive report analyzes agricultural performance and productivity trends with data from to . Of the various measures available, improvement in agricultural productivity is judged as the ultimate means of augmenting food production and supplies. In this Handbook, an international team of experts consider the most important factors affecting production of both crops and livestock.
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Agricultural Productivity and Producer Behavior examines the factors contributing to the remarkably steady increase in global yields and assesses whether yield growth can continue. This research also considers whether agricultural productivity growth has been, and will be, associated with significant environmental externalities.
Crop Ecology: Productivity and Management in Agricultural Systems 2nd Edition. by David J. Connor (Author) out of 5 stars 8 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. /5(8). Handbook of Agricultural Productivity: Volume I: Plant Productivity - CRC Press Book The greatest challenge of our time is to produce sufficient food ot keep pace with the rapidly growing population.
In the opinion of experts, during the next 25 years there will be a need for as much food as was produced in the entire history of mankind to date. This book, first published Agricultural productivity bookprovides a comprehensive, integrated body of knowledge concerning agricultural productivity research, highlighting both its strengths and limitations.
This book will be of value to scholars and research leaders for the knowledge it conveys of future Pages: Agricultural Productivity: Measurement and Sources of Growth addresses measurement issues and techniques in agricultural productivity analysis, applying those techniques to recently published data sets for American agriculture.
The data sets are used to estimate and explain state level productivity and efficiency differences, and to test different approaches to productivity measurement. : Agricultural Productivity: Measurement and Explanation (Routledge Revivals) (): Capalbo, Susan M., Antle, John M.: BooksPrice: $ Agricultural productivity book Management in Agriculture: Cultivating Personnel Productivity (3rd Edition, ).
The 2nd Edition received the National Winner Award, National Association for County Agricultural Agents (NACAA), This book is an effort to present practical, sound, research-based ideas hopefully leading to the improved management of human resources. Agricultural research and development has stimulated enormous increases in agricultural productivity in the twentieth century.
Now, in response to common pressures, countries the world over are changing how they manage and pay for agricultural R&D. Paying for Agricultural Productivity reviews agricultural R&D policy in Australia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United.
The Shifting Patterns of Agricultural Production and Productivity Worldwide. Edited by Julian M. Alston, Bruce A. Babcock, and Philip G. Pardey. In this book we assemble a range of evidence from a range of sources with a view to developing an improved understanding of recent trends in agricultural productivity around the world.
The book also reviews findings about the linkages of investment and productivity in the context of other important factors such as land policy, debt, civil unrest and structural adjustment programmes. This places agricultural investment solidly as a crucial but integral component of an overall policy to promote agricultural productivity.
This book, first published inprovides a comprehensive, integrated body of knowledge concerning agricultural productivity research, highlighting both its strengths and limitations. This book will be of value to scholars and research leaders for the knowledge it conveys of future productivity research, and will also be of interest to students of environmental studies.
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Babcock, and Philip G. Pardey (PDF with commentary at Iowa State) Filed under: Agricultural productivity -- Colombia. “The book does a good job of highlighting various aspects of microbial inoculants (including PGPR and AMF) for their beneficial impacts on plant growth promotion, thus playing an important role in agriculture sustainability.
this book is an excellent scientific contribution describing microbial agents for sustainable farming, and outlines pathways towards next-generation ideal microbial. Agricultural productivity definition: Productivity is the rate at which goods are produced. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
A comparison of econometric models of US agricultural productivity and aggregate technology. In S. Capalbo & J. Antle, eds. Agricultural productivity measurement and explanation. Washington, DC, Resources for the Future, pp.
Capalbo, S. & Vo, T. A review of evidence on agricultural productivity and aggregate technology. This book provides useful information about Urban Agriculture, which includes the production of crops in small to large lots, vertical production on walls, windows, rooftops, urban gardens, farmer's markets, economic models of urban gardening, peri-urban agricultural systems, and spatial planning and evolution of.
Agricultural productivity and innovation Innovation is key to improving productivity, sustainability and resilience in food and agriculture The food and agriculture sector is expected to provide healthy, safe and nutritious food for a growing population, while at the same time supplying feed for more and more farm animals, and furnishing fibre.
World agriculture faces a serious decline this century due to global warming unless emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are substantially reduced, according to a new study by William Cline, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development and the Peterson Institute.
Developing countries, many of which have average temperatures that are already near or. The enhancement of agricultural productivity is important for the economic growth of any country.
This book presents researches and studies performed by experts across the globe. Discussed herein are topics such as impact of fertilizers, postharvest crop management, irrigation techniques, etc.
Get this from a library. Agricultural productivity and producer behavior. [Wolfram Schlenker;] -- "Agriculture plays a key role in economic growth and development. As recently asmore than half the population in most European countries worked on farms and in fields, though this shifted with.
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Assibey-Mensah, A. and Gyawali B. Developing Agricultural Productivity and Sustainable Land Management Models for Small Farmlands.R.L. Blevins, W.W. Frye, in Advances in Agronomy, 2 Soil Erosion. Soil productivity factors that are usually diminished by soil erosion include direct loss of soil fertility, loss of soil organic matter, deterioration of soil structure, and decreased water-supplying capacity (capacity to provide water to growing plants).
The primary seat of fertility of many soils is the topsoil. Agricultural productivity in Africa: Trends, patterns, and determinants - Ebook written by Benin, Samuel. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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