It sharpens the knowhow of household regarding implementation of farm activities and family healthy as well as other activities. It also provides market and other up to date information to household. It has expectation to increase household productivity. Strong extension service delivery has positive effect on households’ income and poverty reduction. The variable takes dummy for those
The rural market has a grip of strong country shops, which affect the sale of various products in rural market. The companies are trying to trigger growth in rural areas. They are identifying the fact that rural people are now in the better position with disposable income. The low rate finance availability has also increased the affordability of purchasing the costly products by the rural people. Marketer should understand the price sensitivity of a consumer in a rural area.
3 THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF AGRI-TOURISM MALAYSIA AND SELANGOR Agri-tourism in terms of income and employment has significant impacts on local community. Sustainable rural development and the supplementary income for farmers and local communities are the main purposes behind Agri-tourism. It can contribute to rural development by creating new professions and new value added. A wide range of advantage has been identified as potential output of Agri-tourism. Farmers, local communities, and tourism administrator is potential benefits of Agri-tourism development.
With a society that boasts a high literacy rate, we can also create jobs in Sri Lanka for people to continue to teach these things and learn more about upcoming technologies. The program can help teach people in Sri Lanka to become advisors for farmers on what to plant more of or less of depending on the market in order to reduce waste and increase
With the correct amount of nutrients, the farmer can increase his production. In addition to enhancing production, agronomy offers environmental benefits. Agronomists aid in reducing soil erosion. Their job is to help farmers in growing their crops. To grow the best crops, farmers must start with the best soil.
The future will rely on applying technology to support population increase. Utilizing new developing technologies into agroforestry systems will fundamentally improve food production, generate higher revenue and will promote sustainability for long-term human existence. This could be essential for developing rural counties where livelihood is dependent on agroforestry systems. Incorporating technology into agroforestry systems is effective with numerous benefits. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the potential for benefits in agroforestry systems with assistance of 4 different technology applications in rural counties.
This is a process through which people learn over time and they use this knowledge to adapt to the changing world. The purpose of rural development is to improve the lives of people living in the rural areas. Reasons for the poverty in rural areas: Rural areas are best known for their primary functions such as
Agripreneurship is greatly influenced mainly by the economic situation, education and culture. Singh and Amarendra Pratap (2013) in their study on factors influencing entrepreneurship among farming community in Uttar Pradesh clearly indicated that if the right environment is created and farmers are provided with good infrastructure, technological support, and timely availability of credit it can enhance food production and ensure food security as well as increase in income of the farmers and quality of
Recent literature indicates the significant role played by rural infrastructure in improving agricultural productivity in developing economies. While the availability and quality of rural infrastructure
CBNRM would enhance the rural economy while natural resources are conserved, managed and marketed through community empowerment and participation. Research initiatives such as bringing chirata (Swertia chirata), masutake (Tricholoma masutake) and Cordyceps sinenis under CBNRM initiatives are underway. Community-based management and product development are under consideration for other important NTFPs such as bamboo, lemon grass, pasture grazing and water through rural enterprises