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Tribal Farmer Success Story of Integrated Farming System in Andhra Pradesh


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1 All India Coordinated Research Project on Integrated Farming System, Agricultural Research Station (A.N.G.R.A.U.), Seethampeta (A.P.), India
     

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Farming systems approach introduces a change in farming techniques for attaining food and nutritional security and for maximizing farm income through optimal utilization of resources by a judicious mix of allied enterprises like dairy, small ruminants like goat and sheep, poultry, piggery, fishery, sericulture etc., with crops suitable for the existing agro-climatic conditions and socioeconomic status of the farmers. Advantages includes Food and nutritional security, enhanced and stable farm income and cash flow through allied components at regular intervals, maintain soil fertility and soil health, environmental protection through effective recycling of waste from animal based enterprises like dairy, goatery, piggery, poultry, etc., and employment generation.
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Authors

K. Tejeswara Rao
All India Coordinated Research Project on Integrated Farming System, Agricultural Research Station (A.N.G.R.A.U.), Seethampeta (A.P.), India
M. M. V. Srinivasa Rao
All India Coordinated Research Project on Integrated Farming System, Agricultural Research Station (A.N.G.R.A.U.), Seethampeta (A.P.), India
D. Nagarjuna
All India Coordinated Research Project on Integrated Farming System, Agricultural Research Station (A.N.G.R.A.U.), Seethampeta (A.P.), India

Abstract


Farming systems approach introduces a change in farming techniques for attaining food and nutritional security and for maximizing farm income through optimal utilization of resources by a judicious mix of allied enterprises like dairy, small ruminants like goat and sheep, poultry, piggery, fishery, sericulture etc., with crops suitable for the existing agro-climatic conditions and socioeconomic status of the farmers. Advantages includes Food and nutritional security, enhanced and stable farm income and cash flow through allied components at regular intervals, maintain soil fertility and soil health, environmental protection through effective recycling of waste from animal based enterprises like dairy, goatery, piggery, poultry, etc., and employment generation.