"Farming Systems Development in Bangladesh - with special reference to traditional agricultural tools "

Prof. Muhammad SALIM (CSEAS visiting research fellow )
15:00-17:00, July 11 (Tue), 2006
E207, 2nd Floor, CSEAS East Building
Traditional Agricultural tools have a great impact on the existing Farming Systems of Bangladesh. Awareness to understand farmers' existing condition has grown in part out of farming systems research, which emerged in the 1970s when the complexity of natural resource management in diverse and risk-prone environments was realized. Present research aims to clarify the role of various traditional agricultural tools in the development of present Farming Systems. Moreover, the study and documentation of traditional agricultural tools are time demanding and also very precious.
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