Transformation in Smallholder Agriculture through Intensification in Ethiopia: Determinants and Implications

@inproceedings{Yesigat2012TransformationIS,
  title={Transformation in Smallholder Agriculture through Intensification in Ethiopia: Determinants and Implications},
  author={Habtamu Yesigat},
  year={2012}
}
It is a challenge for a farmer with limited resources to decide on the production of commodities and investment in the farm. Transformation of smallholder subsistence agriculture, to market oriented value addition based agriculture is vital for poverty reduction in Ethiopia. This study was initiated to explore the factors which contribute for the adoption of improved wheat and pepper varieties and intensification of the farm in Bure district, Ethiopia. The study took a random sample of 200… CONTINUE READING

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