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Changing competitiveness of the wheat sector of Kazakhstan and sources of future productivity growth
Economic incentives in Kazakhstan have been radically reshaped since the Soviet era ended in 1991. In the first phase of transition, the economy and agricultural sectors declined by 40-50%. Overall economic growth refused ...
Weed management strategies for wheat in the irrigated Punjab: farmers knowledge, adoption and economics
(CIMMYT; PARC, 1988)
Weeds have been reported as a major limiting factor in efforts to further raise wheat productivity in the irrigated Punjab. With this in mind, the study was planned to assess the extent of weeds in farmers' fields, their ...
Comparative advantage and policy incentives for wheat production in rainfed and irrigated areas of Mexico
Increasing demand for wheat products and Mexico's trade and financial situation are placing pressure on expanding domestic wheat production. As expansion in irrigated areas will be limited to yield increases unless wheat ...
The economics of small-scale wheat production technologies for Kenya
Kenya is a net importer of wheat and is projected to remain so to the end of this century. Wheat is grown in Kenya using mechanized production methods that differ little from what might be observed in many industrialized ...
Ventaja comparativa y politicas agrarias de la produccion de trigo en zonas irrigadas y de secano en Mexico
El trigo se ha convertido en un cultivo alimentario cada vez más importante en México a medida que consumidores con mayores ingresos, en particular consumidores urbanos, han sustituido los productos del maíz por los del ...