Vol 3, No 2 (2022)

Table of Contents

Research Article

K. Nirmal Ravi Kumar

Article ID: 514 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.36956/rwae.v3i2.514
Views - 326  (Abstract) PDF - 145  (Download)
Abstract: The 1991 Indian reforms aimed at economic liberalization, as a part of its economic structural adjustment, and transformed the nation’s economy into a more global market-based and service-oriented system, which revolutionized its agricultural trade facet. The new regime paved the way for the self...
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Mohammad Mobarak Hossain, Mahfuza Begum, Richard W Bell

Article ID: 516 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.36956/rwae.v3i2.516
Views - 428  (Abstract) PDF - 116  (Download)
Abstract: Power tiller-driven plow tillage and crop residue exclusionary Traditional Agriculture practices are expensive, labor demanding, soil damaging, and eco-unfriendly. Over the last several years, pursuits of crop production through sustaining the productive capacity of soils, and environmental quali...
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Review Article

Ashebir Seyoum Feyisa

Article ID: 501 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.36956/rwae.v3i2.501
Views - 347  (Abstract) PDF - 127  (Download)
Abstract: Ethiopia is one of the most populated countries in Africa. Agriculture employs over 70% of the population. It is dominated by small-scale farmers who practice rain-fed mixed farming by using traditional technology, adopting a low input and low output production system. As a result, it is vulnerab...
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R. M. A. Ambong

Article ID: 513 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.36956/rwae.v3i2.513
Views - 236  (Abstract) PDF - 110  (Download)
Abstract: Agricultural researchers in developing countries were not able to give much attention on the adoption studies of agricultural technologies until the period of Green Revolution. These technologies are disseminated in rural farming community by agricultural extension professionals to boost farm eff...
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Cosmas Parwada, Justin Chipomho, Nyamande Mapope, Edmore Masama, Kennedy Simango

Article ID: 515 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.36956/rwae.v3i2.515
Views - 238  (Abstract) PDF - 103  (Download)
Abstract: Farmland productivity is low in the semi-arid regions (NR IV and V) of Zimbabwe due to desertification and land degradation. Nevertheless, demand for food is increasing geometrically hence the need to increase output per unit area. Agroforestry (AF) which is an ecologically based and dynamic syst...
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