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1. A European perspective on opportunities and demands for field-based crop phenotyping.

The challenges of securing future food security will require deployment of innovative technologies to accelerate crop production. Plant phenotyping methods have advanced significantly, spanning low-cost hand-held devices to large-scale satellite imaging. Field-based phenotyping aims to capture...

Author(s) : Morisse, M.; Wells, D. M.; Millet, E. J.; Lillemo, M.; Fahrner, S.; Cellini, F.; Lootens, P.; Muller, O.; Herrera, J. M.; Bentley, A. R.; Janni, M.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Field Crops Research 2022 Vol.276 ref.47

2. Study on cooperative strategies of rural water environment governance PPP project between companies and farmers from the perspective of evolutionary game.

The PPP mode of rural water environment governance was conducive to attracting social capital for giving full play to the decisive role of the market in resource allocation, coordinating the interests of all parties, and relieving the government budget pressure and debt burden. The cooperation...

Author(s) : Feng JingChun; Tang YunQing; Xue Song; Zhang Ke

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Environment, Development and Sustainability 2022 Vol.24 No.1 pp.138-155 ref.29

3. Impact of advanced storage facilities on households' maize storage losses and food security in China.

Reducing post harvest losses has been an option to enhance food security. Hence, the Chinese government has implemented the "scientific grain storage project" to improve household storage conditions and reduce storage losses. Based on the data of 1202 rural households from 23 provinces in China, we ...

Author(s) : Luo Yi; Huang Dong; Miao HaiMin; Wu LaPing; Zhu JunFeng

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Environment, Development and Sustainability 2022 Vol.24 No.1 pp.221-237 ref.41

4. Evaluating the practices of climate-smart agriculture sustainability in Ethiopia using geocybernetic assessment matrix.

The geocybernetic assessment matrix (GAM) evaluation of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) practices in Ethiopia is carried out in this paper. With regard to the five fundamental geocybernetic paradigms, the GAM is built to determine the nature and level of sustainability or unsustainability that...

Author(s) : Kassaye, A. Y.; Shao GuangCheng; Wang XiaoJun; Belete, M.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Environment, Development and Sustainability 2022 Vol.24 No.1 pp.724-764 ref.129

5. Integrating coordination mechanisms in the sustainability assessment of agri-food chains: from a structured literature review to a comprehensive framework.

The assessment of sustainability at the level of the agri-food supply chain is complex. Achieving sustainability in agri-food chains requires coordinated interaction between chain actors. The aspect of coordination is rarely included in the assessment of sustainability and current assessment...

Author(s) : Moreno-Miranda, C.; Dries, L.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Economics 2022 Vol.192 ref.121

6. Low agricultural potential exacerbates the effect of temperature on civil conflicts.

The researchers examine the impact of temperature variations on the incidence of civil state conflicts, focusing on a specific mechanism: the agricultural potential of a country, i.e., its initial agricultural conditions before human interventions. Using data for 172 countries from 1946 until 2014, ...

Author(s) : Goyette, J.; Smaoui, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Ecological Economics 2022 Vol.192 ref.95

7. Ecological modelling of potential Isparta Rosa areas (Rosa damascena mill.).

Rosa damascena is widely used in the perfume, cosmetics, food, and medicine industrie around the world. Especially in the last two years, the use of drugs containing Rosa damascena has been emphasized in the treatment of Covid19 patients. In order to ensure the sustainability of these studies and...

Author(s) : Ersan, R.; Basayigit, L.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Industrial Crops and Products 2022 Vol.176 ref.23

8. Oatly, a serious 'problem' for the dairy industry? A case study.

This case study outlines the steps Oatly has taken so far to achieve its goal of becoming the largest 'dairy and milk' producer in the world. Oatly develops, produces and markets dairy and milk analogues, with an overriding ambition to promote structural changes in the dairy industry. Oatly's...

Author(s) : Krampe, C.; Fridman, A.

Publisher : International Food and Agribusiness Management Association, College Station, USA

Journal article : International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 2022 Vol.25 No.1 pp.157-171 ref.58

9. How trade affects the US produce industry: the case of fresh tomatoes.

The US produce industry faces intensifying competition from imports, particularly those from Mexico, the largest exporter of produce to the United States. Fresh produce imports from Mexico have grown dramatically in recent years. This study examines the impact of increasing fresh tomato imports...

Author(s) : Li Sheng; Wu Feng; Guan ZhengFei; Luo TianYuan

Publisher : International Food and Agribusiness Management Association, College Station, USA

Journal article : International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 2022 Vol.25 No.1 pp.121-133 ref.37

10. Small farmer's planting confidence and willingness to pay for leguminous green fertilizer: environmental attributes perspective.

To evaluate whether small farmers are willing to accept the policy of sustainable use of cultivated land such as green manure planting, the researchers analyze the payment preference and the source of heterogeneity of small farmer's environmental attributes of leguminous green manure. A choice...

Author(s) : Xin Wang; Yanping Song; Tan Li

Publisher : International Food and Agribusiness Management Association, College Station, USA

Journal article : International Food and Agribusiness Management Review 2022 Vol.25 No.1 pp.49-67 ref.53

11. The impact of rural credit on Brazilian agricultural GDP.

The paper assesses the relationship between rural credit and agricultural product in the years 1999 to 2018. Using the methodology of autoregressive vectors, Granger causality, and the method of ordinary and generalized least squares, it was possible to estimate the impacts expressed through...

Foreign Title :O impacto do crédito rural no produto agropecuário brasileiro.

Author(s) : Borges, M. J.; Parré, J. L.

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.45

12. Embeddedness in the Brazilian's food markets: an institutionalist approach.

The present paper aims to analyse the embeddedness of the economy in different Brazilian agrifood markets from an institutionalist approach. Based on a set of authors, bibliographic references, and interviews, it proposes to complement the debate on markets in rural and economic sociology that...

Foreign Title :A imersão social da economia em mercados alimentares brasileiros: uma abordagem institucionalista.

Author(s) : Cassol, A.; Schneider, S.

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.49

13. The influence of Fair-trade in the development of capital: the Dos Costas Coffee Cooperative case.

This work is the result of an interest in understanding the influence of Fair-trade in the development of capital. In addition, the study aimed at investigating the influence of Fair-trade on the development of capital among Fair-trade coffee growers associated with the Cooperative "Dos Costas",...

Foreign Title :A influência do Fairtrade no desenvolvimento do capital social: o caso dos cafeicultores da Cooperativa "Dos Costas".

Author(s) : Aguiar, B. H.; Romaniello, M. M.; Pelegrini, D. F.

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.44

14. The role of transition regime models for corn prices forecasting.

Given the relevance of corn for food and fuel industries, analysts and scholars are constantly comparing the forecasting accuracy of econometric models. These exercises test not only for the use of new approaches and methods, but also for the addition of fundamental variables linked to the corn...

Author(s) : Albuquerquemello, V. P. de; Medeiros, R. K. de; Jesus, D. P. de; Oliveira, F. A. de

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.45

15. The obstacles to grain production in Amazonia - the case of the State of Amapá.

Amapá is the state with the lowest percentage share of the primary sector in the composition of its state GDP. In the period of the then Federal Territory of Amapá (1943-1988), the primary sector was characterized by extraction and silviculture. The State has a savanna area of approximately...

Foreign Title :Os obstáculos para a produção de grãos na Amazônia: o caso do estado do Amapá.

Author(s) : Chelala, C.; Chelala, C.

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.44

16. Brazilian gross domestic product adjusted by the depreciation of agricultural soil.

Accounting for the depletion of environmental assets, which it uses to support economic growth, is allowed to consider environmental passivity in the measurement of the Green Gross Domestic Product (GGDP). The aim is to measure the depletion affected in the active environmental soil, regarding the...

Foreign Title :O produto interno bruto do Brasil ajustado pela depreciação do solo agrícola.

Author(s) : Azevedo Junior, W. C. de; Santana, A. C. de

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.82

17. A methodological proposition on ratemaking for crop revenue insurance in Brazil.

This work aimed to study the alternative ways of calculating the revenue insurance premium rate, taking as an example the case of soybeans in Campo Mourão and Toledo. Revenue insurance guarantees protection against price and yield risks. The premium rate is one of the central elements in the...

Foreign Title :Uma proposição metodológica para a precificação de seguro de receita agrícola no Brasil.

Author(s) : Brisolara, C. S.; Ozaki, V. A.

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.2 ref.36

18. Sustainable management of agricultural water and land resources under changing climate and socio-economic conditions: a multi-dimensional optimization approach.

Conflict between limited water supply and the ever-increasing water demand poses the challenge of synergetic management of agricultural water and land resources (AWLR). Sustainable development strategy and changing environment increase the multi-dimensional characteristic and complexity of the...

Author(s) : Li Mo; Cao XiaoXu; Liu Dong; Fu Qiang; Li TianXiao; Shang RuoChen

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Water Management 2022 Vol.259 ref.45

19. Exploring strategies to control the cost of food security: evidence from Bangladesh.

Context A classical challenge in the search for principles and guidelines to protect food security affordably in the developing world comes from the well-known dilemma faced by farmers who incur economic losses from low prices brought on by excess production combined with poorly developed policies...

Author(s) : Jalilov, S. M.; Rahman, W.; Palash, S.; Jahan, H.; Mainuddin, M.; Ward, F. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Agricultural Systems 2022 Vol.196 ref.141

20. Supermarket contracts, opportunity cost and trade-offs, and farm household welfare: panel data evidence from Kenya.

While previous studies analyzed the welfare effects of smallholder participation in supermarket channels, little is known about the effects over time of supplying supermarkets on farm household incomes and diets, possible trade-offs, and opportunity costs of supermarkets on different income...

Author(s) : Ochieng, D. O.; Ogutu, S. O.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : World Development (Oxford) 2022 Vol.149 ref.52

21. The role of agriculture in poverty escapes in Kenya - developing a capabilities approach in the context of climate change.

Rural poverty poses a significant developmental challenge in Kenya. Using a panel survey in rural Kenya and qualitative material from focus groups and life history interviews from the regions of Makueni and Vihiga, the researchers investigate the changing role of how agriculture and farming...

Author(s) : Eichsteller, M.; Njagi, T.; Nyukuri, E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : World Development (Oxford) 2022 Vol.149 ref.36

22. The afterlife of living under contract, an epilogue.

This epilogue summarizes key challenges in the critical study of contract farming (CF) that are highlighted in this special issue, and it utilizes our co-edited volume Living under contract as the platform to ask what has been learned and what questions remain nearly three decades after the book's...

Author(s) : Little, P. D.; Watts, M.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Agrarian Change 2022 Vol.22 No.1 pp.197-206 ref.58

23. Peasant women and food sovereignty: proposals for a better living, the experience of Inzá, Cauca (Colombia).

In recent years, the global peasant movement has worked on an alternative to guarantee decent living conditions in rural areas. As a result, this movement has proposed Food Sovereignty (FS) to support peasant rights and struggles. Some impressions from the perspective of peasant women about the...

Foreign Title :Mujeres campesinas y Soberanía Alimentaria: propuestas para un vivir digno, la experiencia de Inzá, Cauca (Colombia).

Author(s) : Torres, S. G.; Ariza, F. A. P.

Publisher : Sociedade Brasileira de Economia e Sociologia Rural (SOBER), Brasília, Brazil

Journal article : Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural 2022 Vol.60 No.3 ref.28

24. The conditions of emergence of cooperation to prevent the risk of diffuse pollution from agriculture: a case study comparison from France.

Groundwater resources are essential for the supply of drinking water in the European Union but significant uncertainties surround their quality. In this context, our article analyzes the factors that influence the cooperation of key stakeholders to prevent the risk of diffuse pollution from...

Author(s) : Chervier, C.; Amblard, L.; Déprés, C.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 2022 Vol.65 No.1 pp.62-83 ref.57

25. Spatial distribution of the value added from seafood exports: a domestic value chain analysis for Korea.

Production sharing (fragmentation) may occur to a much larger extent at the sub-national level than at the global level due to geographic proximity of firms engaging in trade among sub-national regions within a country. Yet, studies decomposing trade flows among sub-national regions within a...

Author(s) : Seung, C. K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Fisheries Research 2022 Vol.247 ref.10