adoption of new maize technology in Plan Puebla, Mexico.

by Donald Winkelmann

Publisher: Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo in Mexico D.F

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The adoption of new maize technology in Plan Puebla, Mexico. By Donald Winkelmann and International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center. Abstract (Bibliography) Bibliography: p.

(Statement of Responsibility) Donald Winkelmann Research (nal) Publisher: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (Mexico) OAI identifier: oai:UFDC. This paper presents a case study of the relationship between farmers' knowledge of maize varieties and their selection and management of these varieties under conditions of technological change.

Research for this paper was done among Spanish-speaking small farmers in an ejidoof central Chiapas, Mexico. This ejido is well integrated into the market, and the use of modem technologies is Cited by:   Mexico is within the center of origin of Zea mays and has among the highest levels of maize genetic diversity in the world.

This diversity is traced to factors at the regional and farm levels. Loss of crop genetic diversity has been related to economic and agricultural development, although opposed views of this exist for the Mexican by:   Mexico has suffered grave consequences from the import model.

In the 20 years since the North American Free Trade Agreement [NAFTA, signed between Mexico, Canada, and the US in ] was passed, 20% of the population has become hungry, 70% has become underweight, and more than 6 million citizens have emigrated.

We import 42% of the food we eat. M. Ogada, G. Mwabu, D. MuchaiFarm technology adoption in Kenya: a simultaneous estimation of inorganic fertilizer and improved maize variety adoption decisions Agric.

Econ., 2 (1) (), pp./sCited by: 5. First, most adoption research has thus far viewed the adoption decision in dichotomous Mexico. book (adoption or nonadoption). But for many types of innovations, the interesting question may be related.

adoption as the integratio n of a new technology i nto existing practice and is usually proceeded by a period of ‘trying’ and some degree of a daptation. Citing the work of Feder, J ust and. Green Revolution Methodology in Nigeria - Volume 16 Issue 1 - J.

Waterworth. The implementation of a ‘Green Revolution’ programme in Nigeria, known as the National Accelerated Food Production Project, was linked with earlier programmes in other countries derived from CIMMYT and IRRI and with a previous FAO Fertilizer Programme in Nigeria.

As new races of maize were developed in South America they hybridized with the more ancient races from Mexico, which led to the rapid evolution of hundreds of varieties of domesticated maize. Maize also spread north. By b.c.e. it was present at Bat Cave in west-central New Mexico. Within years these first primitive ears found north of.

Known as the Land of Maize, Mexico now imports one-third of this sacred icon and staple food, mostly from the US. A fierce battle is being waged over corn that is still grown in Mexico, with small farmers and seed sovereignty activists pitted against Monsanto and other GMO giants, the Mexican government, the US government, and the World Trade.

The particular new technology studied, during fieldwork in one village in Puebla, Mex- ico, inwas the Plan Puebla, an agricultural development project started in by the Centro lnternacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo(the International Center for the Improvement of Maize and Wheat) and now run by Mexico’s Graduate College of Agri- culture at Chapingo, Mexico.

New $67 M program to expand commercial access of technologies to smallholder farmers in order to quickly and sustainably improve productivity and incomes. • Pilot Technology Support sub-awards for field testing of agricultural technology in new.

"Farm Size, Risk Aversion and the Adoption of New Technology under Uncertainty," Oxford Economic Papers, Oxford University Press, vol. 32(2), pagesJuly. Kaivan Munshi, " Networks in the Modern Economy: Mexican Migrants in the U.

Labor Market," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Oxford University Press, vol. (2), pages. NEW YORK and TEXCOCO, Mexico — Working together to improve access to and availability of climate-resilient maize varieties in eastern Africa, the Clinton Foundation and the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT) are launching a partnership that will not only improve access by smallholder farmers to modern maize varieties.

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Pueblo Indians, North American Indian peoples known for living in compact permanent settlements known as pueblos. Representative of the Southwest Indian culture area, most live in northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico.


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The adoption of climate-smart agricultural practices (CSAPs) is important for sustaining Indian agriculture in the face of climate change. Despite considerable effort by both national and international agricultural organizations to promote CSAPs in India, adoption of these practices is low.

This study aims to examine the elements that affect the likelihood and intensity of adoption of multiple.

A new booklet has been developed by the IPNI South Asia Program in cooperation with the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT). It is a page field guide (8 1/2 x 11 in. size, wire-o bound) designed to describe the underlying causes of nutrient deficiencies in maize, wheat, rice, sorghum, pearl millet, and barley, with tips.

Adoption and Use of Improved Maize by Small-Scale Farmers in Southeast Guatemala Gustavo Sain and Julio Martinez Introduction Maize consumption and production in Guatemala The Republic of Guatemala is the largest producer of maize in Central America (producing 42% of the region’s maize), with almosthectares of land in maize and annual.

ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Distributing new varieties of drought tolerant maize to African farmers could save more than $ billion dollars, boost yields by up to a quarter and lift some of the world's. But in Mexico, the question of government approval — and public acceptance — of GM maize is much more sensitive.

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Maize is especially symbolic in Mexico, regarded as its place of origin. With 59 native strains and varieties, it is an essential part of the population’s diet. Mexico produces 22 million tonnes of maize annually, but has to import a further 10 million tonnes to meet demand, according to the agriculture ministry and producers’ associations.

Completely Revised Edition. Londres, Mexico: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre. CIMMYT, B. From Agronomic Data to Farmer Recommendations: An Economics Workbook.

Londres, Mexico: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre. CIMMYT, The Adoption of Agricultural Technology: A Guide for Survey Design. Alejandro Nadal, the coordinator of the Science and Technology Program at El Colegio de Mexico, states that the single most important element in NAFTA was probably the inclusion of Mexico’s most important crop – maize.

10 More than one fifth of Mexico’s working population of 39 million people are employed in the agricultural sector and. The article "A New Slant on the Origins of Agriculture" (Features, March 9) by John Noble Wilford throws into tragic relief the situation in Mexico was first domesticated in the.

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Household-level panel data from a nationally representative sample of rural Indian households describing the adoption and profitability of high-yielding seed varieties (HYVs) associated with the Green Revolution are used to test the implications of a model incorporating learning by doing and learning spillovers.

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After several years of hybrid seed availability, adoption rates in certain Mexican states like Puebla .). Subsidies for agricultural inputs and technology were also cut. Although support prices for maize and other crops were initially maintained, they declined in real terms between 4% and 9% annually (de Janvry74).

When Mexico entered into the North American Free Trade Agreement inthe new.