by Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Missouri-Columbia in Columbia .
Written in English
|Statement||by Albert R. Hagan.|
|Series||International series ; 2, Special report - Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Missouri-Columbia ; 189, International series (Columbia, Mo.) ;, 2., Special report (University of Missouri--Columbia. Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 189.|
|LC Classifications||S81 .A53a no. 189, HD2065.9.Z8 .A53a no. 189|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||77621816|
Agricultural development in Nepal by Yadav Prasad Pant, , Vora edition, in English - [1st ed.]Pages: Agricultural Development in Nepal: Contribution to Economic Growth, Food Security and Poverty. January ; This book aims to document the importance of traditional mountain crops, the Author: Devendra Gauchan. Nepal’s Agricultural Development An Analysis of the Agricultural Development Strategy of Nepal (ADS ) from Civil Society Perspective Krishna P. Paudel Teeka Bhattarai Yuba Raj Subedi Publisher Alliance of Agriculture for Food Secretariat: ForestAction Nepal Bagdol, Lalitpur Phone: , Email: [email protected] June Agricultural Development in Nepal T able 3. G rowth T rend of Maj or Cereal Food Crops in the Past 30 Y ears in Nepal Cereal Cr ops Area, production and yield growth fr om –Author: Devendra Gauchan.
Nepal has strong potential for development. Its agricultural biodiversity means it can produce a wide range of crops (cereals, pulses, oilseed crops, fruits, vegetables and other cash crops) at different locations throughout the country. More than half of all Nepalese households have a family member who has migrated for work. STATISTICAL INFORMATION ON NEPALESE AGRICULTURE /74 (/17) Decem The "STATISTICAL INFORMATION ON NEPALESE AGRICULTURE /74 (/17)" is published by Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development and can be found in the Publications of the Nepal in Data information contained in this publication can be accessed via the Data Tab of the Nepal . Agricultural development extends beyond the physical conditions of farming and into research, technology and political policy. For example, until some developing nations adopt aggressive funding programs to improve harvesting conditions, agricultural development is limited. There are endowments and foundations, however, that earmark large sums. The development of the country depends on the agricultural development. The government and responsible sectors should give the top priority to agricultural development for its betterment and development. Importance of the Agriculture in Nepal. Agriculture has great importance in the context of Nepal and Nepalese people.