4 edition of Biotechnology and sustainable crop production in Zimbabwe found in the catalog.
Biotechnology and sustainable crop production in Zimbabwe
John J. Woodend
by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris
Written in English
|Statement||[by John J. Woodend].|
|Series||Technical papers ;, no. 109, Technical papers (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Development Centre) ;, no. 109.|
|Contributions||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Development Centre.|
|LC Classifications||HD72 .T43 no. 109|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||96175583|
Crop Production in Ancient India 95 Seasons 96 Planting Time and Selection of Land for Different Crops (Kasyapa) 97 Land Preparation 97 Soil as a Basic Resource for Successful Crop Production (Kashyapa) 97 The Plough and Other Implements 98 Seed Collection and Preservation 99 Crop Diversity Crop production and management information were elaborately collected, and included the number of crops grown by the farmers both during the summer and winter seasons, area put under each harvest, inputs used and crop management options adopted e.g. weeding frequency per crop, application of chemicals, and cropping systems used.
Sustainable crop production reintegrates this cycle, using animal manure, compost and other natural fertilizers to improve soil health and ecosystem-based pest controls instead of chemical pesticides. Sustainable crop farmers include growers of vegetables, fruit, flowers, grains, nuts, fiber (like cotton) or any other farmed plant. Conservation agriculture and sustainable crop intensification: a Zimbabwe case study. [Lungowe Sepo Marongwe; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: as a practice for sustainable crop production intensification in farming communities across Zimbabwe by various Read.
This case study of Zimbabwe has examined developments in biotechnology against the background of a well-developed national agricultural research, plant breeding and seeds system. It has then assessed the constraints to biotechnology research, technology development and diffusion in the light of the resources available and the technology transfer mechanisms in place for. Agriculture plays a pivotal role in the economy and development of Pakistan providing food to consumers, raw materials to industries, and a market for industrial goods. Unfortunately, agricultural production is stagnant due to several barriers including a fixed cropping pattern, reliance on a few major crops, a narrow genetic pool, poor seed quality, and a changing climate. In addition, the.
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This book includes twenty-one comprehensive chapters addressing various soil and crop management issues, including modern techniques in enhancing crop production in the era of climate change. There are a few case studies and experimental evidence about these production systems in specific locations.
Particular focus is provided on the state-of-the-art of biotechnology, Author: Mirza Hasanuzzaman, Marcelo Carvalho Minhoto Teixeira Filho, Masayuki Fujita, Thiago Assis Rodrigues. Agricultural biotechnology has the potential to advance crop productivity production enhancement and improve food security at global level.
There is a growing alarm about the genetically engineered crops and its environment effects on food chain. Biotechnology for Sustainable Agriculture: this book is unique in its coverage of the broad. Biotechnology and Crop Improvement Agriculturally important microbes for sustainable agriculture”.
The book will cover follow that Zimbabwe's biotechnology is mainly traditional and most. Biotechnology for Sustainable Agriculture: Emerging Approaches and Strategies is an outstanding collection of current research that integrates basic and advanced concepts of agricultural biotechnology with future development prospects.
Using biotechnology with sustainable agriculture effectively contributes to gains in agricultural productivity, enhanced food security, reduced poverty and.
Current Trends and the Future of Biotechnology in Zimbabwe. Local Biotechnology experts have called for more awareness, the promotion of biotechnology research and a review of the government policy on genetically modified organisms in order to provide solutions in food security and sustainable energy provision.
The use of these biotechnology tools in Zimbabwe has the potential to improve the livelihoods of about 7,6 million people living in the rural areas and depending mainly on agriculture. The book focus on challenges, progress and prospects of crop production.
It comprises of vast array of topics including latest agronomics practices for different crops to enhance productivity, mitigate the challenges imposed by climate change, improve water use efficiency, factors controlling dormancy, optimum use of fertilizers etc.
Biofertilizers are important components of integrated nutrient management. They are cost effective, ecofriendly and a renewable source of plant nutrients to supplement chemical fertilizers in sustainable agricultural systems in India.
This book is written with the objective of covering the basic issues in Biological Nitrogen Fixation (BNF), such as physiology, biochemistry and molecular 4/5(3). This book covers microbial biotechnology in sustainable agriculture, aiming to improve crop productivity under stress conditions.
It includes sections on genes encoding avirulence factors of bacteria and fungi, viral coat proteins of plant viruses, chitinase from fungi, virulence factors from nematodes and mycoplasma, insecticidal toxins from.
BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH IN ZIMBABWE Agricultural biotechnology (Plant and animal) Africa’s crop production per unit land area is the lowest in the world today (Herdt, ) Zimbabwe included. The production of staple food crops such as maize, cassava, and sweet potatoes are 5 - 6 tonnes per hectare (Amalu, ).
ment (INM) for efficient, economic and sustainable production of crops. The third chapter of the book is about Pest Management, and focuses on enhancing the awareness of and understanding among farmers about the crop pests, diseases and weed management through Integrated Pest Management.
biotechnology in relationto biodiversity and sustainable agriculture, the three are complementary, synergistic and interdependent, and not contradictory to each other. Biodiversity is fundamental to both biotechnology and sustainable agriculture.
Judicious, rational, and science- and need-based exploitation of genetic resources. (Crop Production) AG LECTURE 1 By Nasser El-Gizawy Professor of Agronomy |Benha University E-mail: [email protected] / Agricultural Biotechnology Program (3 CREDIT HOURS)) Rules 4 3 2 1.
Course Description This course expresses the basic principles involved in the production of. crops is an example of the second. Scientists have genetically modi-fied (GM) crops such as cotton and maize by inserting a bacteria gene.
The new varieties produce an insect-killing toxin, thus reducing the need for pesticides. Current biotechnology can increase crop yields and reduce production costs, even for small-scale farmers in developing. Biotechnology and Sustainable Crop Production in Zimbabwe.
By John J. Woodend. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. This case study of Zimbabwe has examined developments in biotechnology against the background of a welldeveloped national agricultural research, plant breeding and seeds system. It has then assessed the constraints to. “Readers in the field of agriculture, and particularly in abiotic stress management, biotechnology, and plant recombinant DNA cooking, will find this book very useful.
This readership is found both in biotechnology and agro-industries, and in academia.” (Int. Policy Issues in Genetically Modified Crops: Global Policies and Perspectives contains both theoretical and empirical evidence of a broad range of aspects of GM crop policies throughout the world.
Emphasizing world agriculture production and ethics of GM crops, the book balances insights into the various discussions around the use of GM crops, including soil health, effects on animals.
Biotechnology has the potential to facilitate and promote sustainable agriculture and rural development, especially because it can provide renewable and sustainable genetic inputs. There is a need to better describe how this goal can be achieved, and which are the tools available to implement a new biotechnology-driven green revolution.hectare crop yields, many more than doubling yields.
A further million irrigated rice farmers have substantially cut pesticide use whilst increasing yields byan average of about 10%. Sustainable agriculture, therefore, provides the opportunity to increase food production, reduce dependency on external resources, and reduce environmental.New nanoparticles from biomasses such as highly porous nano-carbon for lignocellulosic fibre jute remarkably add high value to the agricultural produces and processed materials.
Therefore, applied research-based potential use of nanotechnology is needed for sustainable crop production systems under the changing climate.