2 edition of Agricultural efficiency in South Africa found in the catalog.
Agricultural efficiency in South Africa
1983 by Institut für Geographie und Wirtschaftsgeographie der Universität Hamburg in Hamburg .
Written in English
|Statement||von Günter Borchert.|
|Series||Hamburger geographische Studien ;, Heft 39|
|LC Classifications||HD2130.5 .B67 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||84174100|
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Agricultural efficiency in South Africa. Hamburg: Institut für Geographie und Wirtschaftsgeographie der Universität Hamburg, Purpose The purpose of this paper is to assess the efficiency of agricultural production in South Africa from tousing an integrated two-stage Agricultural efficiency in South Africa book :// Agricultural and food commodity price declines associated with domestic and international agricultural efficiency gains can have important welfare effects for a country.
While food price reductions benefit low-income consumers in particular, they may also cause declines in agricultural employment, leading to some resistance to technological An increase in generation causes environmental problems at global, regional and local levels.
A review of literature on energy efficiency was undertaken and a gap identified between legislation and efficiency in the agricultural sector. This article seeks to suggest ways of implementing an energy legislation in this sector in South :// Downloadable (with restrictions).
Agricultural and food commodity price declines associated with domestic and international agricultural efficiency gains can have important Agricultural efficiency in South Africa book effects for a country.
While food price reductions benefit low-income consumers in particular, they may also cause declines in agricultural employment, leading to some resistance to technological change as a policy 4 List of Figures Figure 1 Water consumption in the agri-processing sector 8 Figure 2 Sub-sector potential matrix 9 Figure 3 Factors impacting the business case for water efficiency 10 Figure 4 Barriers for water efficiency 10 Figure 5 Projected water supply and demand in South Africa (Hedden, ) 15 Figure 6 water supply vulnerability with medium population grown and climate change Sector in South.
selected agricultural productivity-enhancing interventions in Africa south of the Sahara 6A.6 Performance in meeting the overall productivity objective or target Figures Public expenditure on agricultural research and development in selected African countries, – (annual average % of agricultural value-added) productivity in 14 minutes ago The need to improve the efficiency of water and energy use, coupled with the introduction of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, are shaping agricultural engineering innovations in South :// Annual total plant nutrient sales (N+P+K) in South Africa 24 Soil-K versus relative yield 27 Net fertilizer price trends 28 Comparison of fertilizer and crop prices 29 List of tables 1.
Areas of the provinces of South Africa 4 2. Soil characteristics 7 3. Sown/planted areas, yields and value of production 14 ().
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Agricultural regions of South Africa Source: FAO Corporate Document Repository Agriculture is the foundation of developing economies. As one of these economies, South Africa The Competition Tribunal (Tribunal) unconditionally approved a merger between the Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa (Landbank) and Corporate Lending Book, an operating division of Gro Capital Financial Services (Proprietary) Limited, on 30 May On 10 July the Tribunal published its reasons for the :// The empirical analysis is based on a sample of households in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa.
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Southern Africa is facing numerous challenges from diverse issues such as agricultural transformations, growing populations, urbanization and climate :// Efficiency, partly based on technology, is central to international competitiveness.
This article applies a stochastic frontier inefficiency model to a panel of 77 wine grape farms in South Africa between and and allows the comparison of efficiency levels for the old established wine regions with those of AGRICULTURAL CROP PRODUCTION IN THE VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, LIMPOPO, SOUTH AFRICA is my own work and that all the sources used or quoted have been indicated and duly acknowledged by means of complete references.
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