Intensive agriculture and modern inputs

prospects of small farmers; a study in West Godavari District [by] Weheeduddin Khan and R.N. Tripathy.
  • 124 Pages
  • 1.86 MB
  • English
National Institute of Community Development , Hyderabad [India]
Agriculture -- India -- West Godavari, Agricultural innovations -- India -- West God
ContributionsTripathy, Ram Niranjan, 1920-,
LC ClassificationsHD2075 W43 W34
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19749499M

Intensive agriculture and modern inputs: prospects of small farmers. Hyderabad [India] National Institute of Community Development [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Waheeduddin Ahmed Khan; Ram Niranjan Tripathy.

The agro-industries supply inputs to agriculture to sustain modern techniques in agricultural production like fertilizers, plant protection chemicals, now a trend is towards the indigenous products like neem products and bio-parasites and also the processing of the agricultural produce, like oil extraction, hulling, preparation of fruit.

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This book describes some of the major environmental and social problems connected with intensive farming; outlines a framework for analyzing its sustainability; discusses key linkages Cited by: Intensive agriculture, also known as intensive farming (as opposed to extensive farming) and industrial agriculture, is a type of agriculture, both of crop plants and of animals, with higher levels of input and output per cubic unit of agricultural land area.

It is characterized by a low fallow ratio, higher use of inputs such as capital and labour, and higher crop yields per unit land area.

Optimal use of these materials and machines produces significantly greater crop yields per unit of land than extensive agriculture, which uses little capital or a result, a farm using intensive agriculture will require less land than an extensive agriculture farm to produce a similar profit.

In practice, however, the increased economies and efficiencies of intensive agriculture. The result of all these changes has been that agriculture has become more intensive, producing higher yields per acre by relying on greater chemicals use and technological inputs.

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This collection analyzes the reasons for the public’s scrutiny of intensive agriculture and the prospects for sustainable 2/5(1). Industrial agriculture. Intensive farming or intensive agriculture also known as industrial agriculture is characterized by a low fallow ratio and higher use of inputs such as capital and labour per unit land area.[1][2] This is in contrast to traditional agriculture.

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@article{osti_, title = {Farming for profit in a hungry world: capital and the crisis in agriculture}, author = {Perelman, M.}, abstractNote = {The consequences of modern farming methods on both industrialized and developing countries are examined, and the continued transfer of agricultural technology is challenged as inappropriate and counterproductive.

This type of farming is done with the sole purpose of selling the farm produce. Various modern inputs are used in this type of farming, e.g. HYV(High Yielding Variety) seeds, chemical fertilisers, insecticides and pesticides.

Punjab, Haryana, Western UP and some parts of Maharashtra are the areas where commercial farming is done on large scale. Excessive dependence on inputs of energy also characterizes Ontario's intensive agriculture (Filson, ). McRae and Smith ( ) observed that ". It was agriculture with its growing sophistication and division of labor that paved the way for industrialization And oh did agriculture get modern.

Farms got larger, more intensive, less diverse, and more vertical—controlling food production from seed to plate. This timely and convincing book challenges the myth that only modern, large-scale, mechanized, scientific agriculture can provide the food needed for the world's rapidly growing population.

It is a detailed and innovative analysis of the agricultural efficiency and conservation of resources practiced around the world by smallholders - farmers who practice intensive, permanent.

For example, modern agriculture has embraced digital tools and data science to better preserve the Earth’s natural resources. On today’s farms, all over the world, technology is helping farmers grow smarter while using less, and reducing their environmental footprint. Agriculture of the twentieth century will be remembered for its scientific foundations and for high crop yields.

The transformation began following a number of scientific discoveries which modernised agriculture and gave rise to intensive production systems. A major break-through came in the second half of the twentieth century with the discovery of new plant-type Cited by: 3. 2. Mechanization and use of modern machinery for ploughing, leveling,winnowing,harvesting,spraying,irrigating have reduced manual labor.

of scientific data and technology has helped better agricultural inputs. storage and transportation has helped reduce wastage. protection is one important feature of modern method of.Agriculture in India SOCIAL SCIENCE Notes 12 machinery, modern agricultural inputs like High Yielding Varieties (HYV) of seeds, Intensive and Extensive Farming: The basic difference between these two types of farming is the amount of production per File Size: KB.areas of intensive agriculture.

These include eutrophication, nitrate and pesticide pollution mainly as a result of misuse and/or overuse of chemicals, animal manures and other organic material".

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