Empowerment through enrichment on-farm IPM of chickpea in Nepal-2. Information bulletin no. 65

@inproceedings{Pande2003EmpowermentTE,
  title={Empowerment through enrichment on-farm IPM of chickpea in Nepal-2. Information bulletin no. 65},
  author={Suruchi Pande and Vinay A. Bourai and Philip C Stevenson and Ramesh Neupane},
  year={2003}
}
Empowerment Through Enrichment is the second information bulletin and is the part of the Project on ‘IPM of chickpea in Nepal’. It contains information about the mid-term evaluation of the project. This is in continuation of the first study, Chickpea Production Constraints and Promotion of Integrated Pest Management in Nepal. The mid-term evaluation revealed that the success of adoption of IPM technology was due to socio economic emancipation of peasants, freedom from the clutches of usurers… CONTINUE READING

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