2 edition of Effects of drought on agribusiness and rural economy found in the catalog.
Effects of drought on agribusiness and rural economy
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee on Energy and Agriculture.
1988 by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KF27 .S637 1988a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||88602900|
Internet connectivity enables access to information, services, and markets. Decline in cultivated area and fall in agricultural production including crops and milk. A drought is almost invariably associated with famine which has its own social and economic consequences. The economy is largely dependent on agriculture, and communities rely on fishing, livestock keeping and rain-fed farming as important parts of their livelihood. It was and is the most severe and extensive drought in the last 25 yearsdestroying portions of corn and soybean crops across the Midwest, causing a ripple effect on the price of food and affecting communities across America. CSREES also has programs in manure management, precision farming, small farms, and other relevant topics in its Agricultural Systems National Emphasis Area, which also links to programs in natural resources and the environment, plant and animal management, pest management, biotechnology and genomics, and other areas.
Expanding demand for bio-fuels is stimulating increased agricultural activity in some areas. Overall, rural sustainability and the well-being of rural people depend on meeting needs for economic and community development along with access to social services including health care and education. And each storage contains more than 22, Cubic Meters of water. These problems such as drought, global warming, and pollution are caused by our actions, mistakes, or just by nature. What's more, researchers periodically introduce new food products and new methods for raising them, such as artificial ponds to raise fish.
This anticipated and relatively reliable source of water is used and managed for many actions, as water is vital to life. Flooded crop field in Iowa photo credit: Penn State Last week, we released Getting Climate Smartsee my previous post here an easy-to-use guide to help states and cities prepare for the impacts of climate change. History is replete with examples of serious shortfall in cultivated areas and drop in agricultural productivity. The study has shown that current negative impacts are already translating into societal and individual loss and damage. With the advent of the internet, geographical information systems, nano-technologies and other advanced information and communication devices, information is ever more manageable and accessible at home and abroad.
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What's more, researchers periodically introduce new food products and new methods for raising them, such as artificial ponds to raise fish. It often turns into famine and food crisis. Publications: ARS scientists publish results of their research as articles in refereed journals and as books or book chapters.
As majority of the food production in Ethiopia is dependent on rain-fed agriculture the impact is much worse. Such people live in hand to mouth economy and do not have enough stock to sustain in the event of a drought. In his paper, R.
Rainfall is modest to abundant over most areas of the country; rivers and underground water permit extensive irrigation where it is not. Another result is the de-linking of production agriculture from rural well-being. Industrialization and increasingly tight integration or coordination of stages of the value chain from input suppliers to producers to final consumers is increasing along with concentration and competition.
A second related factor contributing to the success of U. For example, in Sonoma County, California, recycled water is a routine part of the water system. However, as the prospect of more frequent and extreme weather events across the U. Consumers care about the safety, nutrition, and quality of their food more than ever.
In this section we highlight services that support domestic and international agriculture such as programs in research and extension, agricultural statistics, trade, food safety, family and consumer sciences, forestry, agroforestry, biotechnology, veterinary medicine, wildlife, fisheries, nutrition and organic certification, weather prediction and risk management.
Additional efforts should be made to "mobilize" knowledge and data from Member States and sectors, and to produce more complete estimates and aggregations as a basis for EU policy decisions Another overall conclusion is that research is needed to improve and integrate scenarios of climate change impacts, up-to-date drought and heat wave knowledge, the ecology of forest and wild fires, human impacts, social and economic changes.
He indicated that around 3, households are beneficiary from this project. The government is taking various measures to mitigate the challenges of climate change in different regions mainly drought affected areas.
Using this model, a scenario analysis is applied to evaluate the price fluctuation of agricultural products caused by drought in North China. A third element of success focuses on the incredibly powerful tools offered by computer and information technologies.
CSREES also has programs in manure management, precision farming, small farms, and other relevant topics in its Agricultural Systems National Emphasis Area, which also links to programs in natural resources and the environment, plant and animal management, pest management, biotechnology and genomics, and other areas.
These efforts reflect the diversity of our interests in agriculture and run the gamut — from market development and trade to research and policy development, from climate change and environmental protection to land tenure and property rights, and soil conservation and watershed management to livestock health and veterinary services.
Internationally, U. The NOP also provides rules for labeling of organic products. We also address a number of emerging opportunities and challenges: bioenergy, biodiversity in agriculture, sustainable agriculture business practice, and food security.To study the economic impacts of drought in a climate change context in Turkey, we examined the effects on the main crops and how these effects translate into overall production and the market environment.
The main crops of Turkey are wheat, barley, corn, cotton, and Cited by: 3. VegDRI maps are produced every two weeks and provide regional to sub-county scale information about drought's effects on vegetation.
Click on “Change Maps” tab for comparisons to the previous map, a month previous and a year ago. Clicking on the “Time Series” tab brings up an animation of changes to the map in a given year.
Jul 19, · The Drought and the Economy. but they will still be nervous about too much monetary stimulus to the economy. The second impact from the drought Author: Bill Conerly. The greatest impact of a drought is seen on the weaker sections of society.
These include landless labourers, small marginal farmers and artisans like weavers. Such people live in hand to mouth economy and do not have enough stock to sustain in the event of a drought. Western Cape Agriculture remains water stressed; latest on drought impact.
MEC Alan Winde has outlined the impact of extreme weather events on the Western Cape's agriculture sector, including a. Apr 08, · The impact of a drought on crop producers is immediate; for livestock producers it is evident later.
Intensive livestock producers managed to maintain production during However, the weakening product-to-feed ratio, driven by the higher maize and .