Current Trends in Science and Technology

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A Research Paper on Satisfaction of Modern Technology in Agriculture

Ramulu Bheemappa
Research scholar Department of Economics Gulbarga University Kalaburagi.
Dr. M Basheer Ahmed Khan
Research Guide and Former vice Chancellor Pondicherry University Pondicherry
Online First: January 04, 2018
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The modern agricultural system is a characteristic well understood by farmers but not easily defined with specificity.  Still, the distinctions between modern and traditional systems have powerful implications for the future development of the global food system—even though it is important to recognize that few, if any, systems fall entirely into either the modern or traditional categories. Traditional systems perhaps the most important difference between the categories is the way farmers see themselves and their roles. Traditional farmers, for example, often say that they seek to work effectively with resources at hand.  That is, they use the land, rainfall, seeds, tillage methods and power sources they have to produce what nature offers.

Keyword : Use and Satisfaction of Modern Technology

Jan 4, 2018
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