2 edition of Impact evaluation of Northwest Crop Diversification Project found in the catalog.
Impact evaluation of Northwest Crop Diversification Project
Mohammed Eusuf Ali
2010 by Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division, Ministry of Planning, Govt. of Bangladesh] in [Dhaka .
Written in English
|Statement||Mohammed Eusuf Ali ... [et al.] ; carried out by Evaluation Sector, Implementation Monitoring and Evaluation Division, Ministry of Planning, Govt. of the People"s Republic of Bangladesh ; conducted by Eusuf and Associates|
|Contributions||Bangladesh. Bāstabāẏana Paribīkshaṇa o Mulyāẏana Bibhāga. Evaluation Wing, Eusuf and Associates|
|LC Classifications||HD2075.6.Z9A-.Z9ZR (H9)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||2010308843|
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able to droughts. This impact evaluation focused on rural communities in northwest Nicaragua, where more than 90 percent of households rely on semi-subsistence ag-riculture. Although families in this area knew the risks of agriculture, including that of losing an entire crop to drought, relatively few had managed to develop outside sources of.
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A multi-state team is conducting trials at four sites in the PNW examining crop response to seeding rate, nitrogen rates, planting dates and climate.
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Log In My Account. Due to COVID, our staff is working remotely. Please continue to contact us - we're doing everything we can to respond in a timely manner. We review the recent development of Conservation Agriculture (CA) for rice-based smallholder farms in the Eastern Gangetic Plain (EGP) and the underpinning research on agronomy, weed control, soil properties and greenhouse gas emissions being tested to accelerate its adoption in Bangladesh.
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