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Modern varieties, international agricultural research, and the poor
Bibliography: p. 117-139.
|Statement||Michael Lipton with Richard Longhurst.|
|Series||Study paper,, no. 2, Study paper (Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research) :, no. 2.|
|LC Classifications||SB176.D44 L57 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 139 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||85022717|
The purpose of this paper is twofold: first, to take stock of the current state of knowledge about inclusive value-chain development (VCD) in the context of international agricultural research; and second, to draw out the implications for future research and action.,This paper is based on a review of recent research papers authored by professionals affiliated with international agricultural. The Green Revolution, or the Third Agricultural Revolution, is the set of research technology transfer initiatives occurring between and the late s, that increased agricultural production worldwide, beginning most markedly in the late s. The initiatives resulted in the adoption of new technologies, including High-Yielding Varieties (HYVs) of cereals, especially dwarf wheat and rice.
(v) Research demands accurate observation and description. (vi) Research involves gathering new data from primary or first-hand sources or using existing data for a new purpose. (vii) Research is characterized by carefully designed procedures that apply rigorous analysis. (viii) Research involves the quest for answers to un-solved problems. Modern agriculture is concentrated on a small number of varieties designed for intensive farming. This has dramatically reduced the diversity of plants available for research and development. This trend, and the increasing industrialization of agriculture, are key factors in what is known as “genetic erosion.”.
Central to this story is a simplistic, linear view of agricultural innovation itself: scientists conduct controlled research in the lab or field, then publish or patent the results, which are then picked up by industry or government and made available to farmers, who benefit from improved crop varieties, greater productivity, and so on. Government policies, research and subsidies largely promote modern commercial agriculture, often at the expense of traditional farming. In south-west China, where remaining areas of traditional agriculture are located, maize and rice staple crops have been highly commercialised, and the area cultivated with traditional varieties has rapidly.
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Modern varieties, international agricultural research, and the poor. [Michael Lipton; Richard Longhurst] -- Does the international agricultural research of modern varieties or MVs in plant cultivation really help the poor.
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Throughout the developing world, resource-poor farmers (about billion people) located in risk-prone, marginal environments, remain untouched by modern agricultural technology. A new approach to natural resource management must be developed so that new management systems can be tailored and adapted in a site-specific way to highly variable.
Varieties in Developing Countries by Dana G. Dalrymple, Dr. N.C. Brady, former director general of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), wrote, “The most signiﬁcant technological accomplishment of this century in international agriculture is the development of high-yielding cereal crop varieties.
CONTRIBUTION TO PRO-POOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT This paper was produced by the Agriculture and Natural Resources Team of the UK Department for International Development (DFID) in collaboration with Rob Tripp of ODI, London.
The authors are grateful to Bob Carlisle and Jonathan Wadsworth, Central Research. Introduction. Agricultural research holds a great potential for raising agricultural productivity and reducing poverty. The green revolution, which led to a doubling or tripling of yields of the major food grains in the s and 70s, was a result of major investments in national and international agricultural research (David and Otsuka, ).While there is a large volume of theoretical.
Modern Varieties - Their Real Contribution to Food Supply and Equity Khush, Gurdev S., Dr., Principal Plant Breeder, International Rice Research Institute, PO BoxManila, Philippines ABSTRACT: Green revolution technology, centered on high-yielding varieties, has. Impacts of Agricultural Research on Poverty, Malnutrition and Resilience.
Carl E. Pray, William A. Masters, and Sabrina Ayoub international and national agricultural research account for almost all of the total factor productivity countries showed that the spread of modern staple crop varieties led to a large 9% decrease in all-cause.
the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR) and the World Bank. Last 19 JanuaryDr. Potrykus arrived at IRRI with the golden rice, where scientists will. human welfare impacts of modern agricultural science and the international flow of modern varieties of food crops.
Evenson and Gollin () provided detailed information for all the agricultural research on the non-farm poor, as well as on the rural poor who are net purchasers of food, is through lower food prices.
(p) ARs, power-structures, and the poor (q) International agricultural research: a new fact in history Notes 7 The future of modern varieties (a) From past to future: four challenges (b) Lessons of the past Added Banco Mundial edition of Modern varieties, international agricultural research, and the poor.
Novem Iron ore: global prospects for the industry, - diff. The BRAC international agricultural program has also identified certain issues, for example, seed quality, seed storage at branch levels, preservation of vaccines due to poor electricity supply and inadequate transportation facilities, storage, low quality chicks, feed, and climate change, especially drought, excess rain which causes flash.
International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) Research Highlights for (Los Banos, IRRI). Jayawardena, S. and Peiris, P. ‘Problems and Potentials of Rice Cultivation in the Wet Zone’, Chapter 5 in Department of Agriculture, Sri Lanka ().
The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) is an international agricultural research and training organization with headquarters in Los Baños, Laguna in the Philippines and offices in seventeen countries with ~1, staff. IRRI is known for its work in developing rice varieties that contributed to the Green Revolution in the s which preempted the famine in Asia.
CGIAR research to improve food security and nutrition contributes strongly to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals and targets for the agenda, to address: News Survey: China’s small and medium-sized enterprises rebounded after the COVID.
The Academy accords recognition to scientists at various levels, and encourages cutting edge research in different fields of agricultural sciences. The goal of the journal is to publish articles on new and emerging fields and concepts for providing future directions to promote agricultural research .NARS National agricultural research service NGO Non-governmental agency OFCOR Cm-Farm Client-Oriented Research study (ISNAR) OFR On-farm research IRRI International Rice Research Institute RPF Resource-poor farmers RRFH Regular research field hearings (Knipscheer and Suradisastra, ) TOT Transfer-of-technology approach.