Farmers’ Participation in Rice Straw-Utilisation in the MADA Region of Kedah, Malaysia

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  title={Farmers’ Participation in Rice Straw-Utilisation in the MADA Region of Kedah, Malaysia},
  author={Rosmiza Mz and Wp Davies and Rosniza Aznie and M Mazdi and Mj Jabil and Wan Wy Toren and Che Cm Rosmawati},
  year={2014}
}
The greater engagement of cereal farmers in better straw-utilisation could probably reduce the adverse impacts of open burning of straw on the environment. However, it seems difficult to achieve with the current knowledge and ability of farmers being limited and also by other external factors. This study attempts, to assess the influence of various environmental and socio-economic factors that influence farmers managing straw in a more environmentally-friendly manner. The study focused on Muda… CONTINUE READING

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