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Comparative study of Effective management practices for enhancing agricultural production system in Nepal in the context of climate change
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Author: Nagendra Bastakoti, Sulochana Dhital, Dev Bahadur Gururng
Published Year: 2011
Theme: Adaptation actions
SubTheme: Community-based adaptation
Description It is anticipated that conventional agricultural practices do not warrant sustainable agricultural production under more extreme and potentially unfavorable climatic conditions associated with climate change. Therefore, organic agricultural practices are needed to enhance inherent soil fertility, to increase future agricultural production and local food security. The organic farming systems are supposed to be ecological friendly and sustainable under changing climate. This study is aim to characterize farm resources endowment, input used, soil management practices and soil organic carbon budget in organically and inorganically managed farms. This study also attempts to investigate the adaptation practices practiced in agriculture.
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