Monthly Archives: June 2014

DFID’s Agriculture and Growth evidence paper series

Originally posted on One Billion Hungry: Can We Feed the World?:
The UK Department for International Development has recently released a series of evidence synthesis papers on agriculture and economic growth, which aim to inform decision makers. While they do…

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Reviving Farming Should Be Part of the Economic Agenda

Originally posted on Foundation for Young Farmers:
We are having a kind of Marshall Plan for the transport sector, IT sector, and virtually all other sectors, apart from agriculture. Sure, land matters are set to be fairly sorted with the…

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Is organic farming out of date?

Originally posted on Science on the Land:
There’s evidence that organic methods can be very productive, as I’ll discuss in this blog when I get around to that. I grow food on an allotment here in Britain. There, like many…

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