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Are farmers still planting by the moon?

por Intra-ACP Agricultural Policy Programme; Canbean Associates Inc.(Toronto, Canadá); IICA, Nassau (Bahamas); Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLivroNúmero de Chamada: IICA E14 Série: APP thematic feature ; No. 6.Lugar de publicação: Bahamas: IICA, 2016Descrição: 10 p.Resumo: This feature highlights the value of both traditional (longstanding) and innovative methods of farming in the Caribbean, as well as the benefit of understanding current practices and systems to support a more resilient farm sector. It identifies what can be considered ‘traditional knowledge’ in current farming systems and practices, advances in technology and innovation that are available and being adopted by farmers, and gaps that need to be filled to meet present and future environmental, social and economic realities for food production in the Region.

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Assunto(s): RESILIENCIA FRENTE A IMPACTOS Y CRISIS | RESILIENCE | RÉSILIENCE AUX CATASTROPHES ET CRISES | INNOVACIÓN | INNOVATION | INNOVATION | SISTEMAS DE EXPLOTACIÓN | FARMING SYSTEMS | SYSTÈME D'EXPLOITATION | DATOS ESTADÍSTICOS | STATISTICAL DATA | DONNÉE STATISTIQUE | ORDENACIÓN DE AGUAS | WATER MANAGEMENT | GESTION DES EAUX | MANEJO DEL SUELO | SOIL MANAGEMENT | GESTION DU SOL | GESTIÓN DE PLAGAS | PEST MANAGEMENT | GESTION DES ORGANISMES | VARIEDADES | VARIETIES | VARIÉTÉ | DISEMINACIÓN DE LA INFORMACIÓN | INFORMATION DISSEMINATION | DISSÉMINATION DE L'INFORMATION | CARIBE | CARIBBEAN | CARAÏBES
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This feature highlights the value of both traditional
(longstanding) and innovative methods of farming in the
Caribbean, as well as the benefit of understanding current
practices and systems to support a more resilient farm
sector. It identifies what can be considered ‘traditional
knowledge’ in current farming systems and practices,
advances in technology and innovation that are available
and being adopted by farmers, and gaps that need to be
filled to meet present and future environmental, social
and economic realities for food production in the Region.

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