Technological and Ecological Limitations to Production of Food Crops
The gap that exists between actual food production and production potential is analogous to having useful and valuable manufacturing patents but no factories making use of them. Technology is already making great contributions to production, but we can produce far more food with our present knowledge. The problem is that available and new technologies are not used to best advantage. Why is this so? Are farmers so resistant to change that they will not use better technology? Has the farmer been approached in an effective manner? What are the technological limitations to food production?
KeywordsFood Crop Agrarian Reform Increase Food Production Land Grant College Guatemala City
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