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The interplay between changing environmental experiences and preferences implies that as weather patterns continue to evolve and change, the reactions to such changes in farmer’s behavior will not be static. Because the preferences themselves change in response to changing weather patterns, then the reaction...

The review’s findings point to the importance of rethinking the boundaries and assumptions of scaling theory of change for alternate wetting and drying;...

This study aimed to assess rice farming system typologies in the Chókwè Irrigation Scheme to better understand the drivers and constraints for smallholder...

Agricultural diversity can be beneficial for environmental health, resilience, and food production. Biodiverse cropping systems can suppress pests more...

This study presents a number of policy implications that should be considered by every rice-producing country. It strongly suggests that policies should...

Resource conserving technology is a novel crop management approach for intensive rice-based cropping systems in Bangladesh. The study concluded that strip...

The use of integrated fertilization combining mineral and organic fertilizers has a strong potential and could be available and affordable for smallholder...

In the Sarangani upland communities, the vital role of rice landraces in ensuring household food security and survival of the tribal families is undeniable. Such...

There are several reasons for low varietal replacement rates. These include the lack of extension services and access to newly developed high-yielding,...

For many African countries like Burundi, agricultural mechanization can be a transformative tool for achieving food security and economic prosperity. ...