Economic Outcome of Soil Conservation

Khat and Farming Production
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
  • erschienen am 13. Januar 2018
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 64 Seiten
978-620-2-19666-6 (ISBN)
Khat, qat, gat or Miraa Catha edulis, family Celastraceae, is a flowering plant native to tropical East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Khat contains the alkaloid called cathinone, an amphetamine-like stimulant which is said to cause excitement, loss of appetite, and euphoria. The result of production showed that most of the farmers are not producing high khat production. Therefore, development agents should corporately work with the farmers starting from how they add farming inputs like fertilizers. Agricultural development naturally takes place first on the best land. Whether at the scale of the individual farm or a whole country, the tendency is to use the best land first. When there is a need to increase agricultural production it is usually directed to maximizing production in the areas which have the best potential. All the problems of developing countries are present in the semiarid regions, but usually intensified by the low levels of production, which lead to little or no investment capacity on the farm, or low development of the infrastructure by government.
  • Englisch
  • Höhe: 220 mm
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  • Breite: 150 mm
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  • Dicke: 4 mm
  • 112 gr
978-620-2-19666-6 (9786202196666)
620-2-19666-1 (6202196661)
Sirika Bekele Terfassa has been exploring different social problems by conducting scientific research. So far he has published thirteen scientific works. To improve the research quality of his future works, the author will highly appreciate that his books are read and valuable comments or suggestions are provided.

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