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- Fahad, Shah; Wang, Jing; Hu, Guangyin; Wang, Hui; Yang, Xiaoying; Shah, Ashfaq Ahmad; Huong, Nguyen Thi Lan; Bilal, Arshad
- Land use policy 2018 v.75 pp. 459-467
- agricultural extension; credit; crop insurance; educational status; empirical research; farmers; farms; floods; households; information sources; issues and policy; land ownership; models; questionnaires; risk management; risk perception; rivers; Pakistan
- ... Pakistan is the world’s most susceptible country to extreme climatic events, such as floods. As such, for many years, the country has faced the risk of losses from natural calamities without crop insurance. However, in recent years, the national government has undertaken crop insurance initiatives in Pakistan. Consequently, there is limited knowledge available on the adoption of crop insurance in ...
- Cerdà, A.; Rodrigo-Comino, J.; Giménez-Morera, A.; Novara, A.; Pulido, M.; Kapović-Solomun, M.; Keesstra, S.D.
- Land use policy 2018 v.75 pp. 734-745
- Citrus; biomass production; branches; education; farmers; farmers' attitudes; farms; interviews; issues and policy; land ownership; mulches; organic matter; plantations; pruning; rainfall simulation; runoff; sediments; soil conservation; soil density; soil erosion; soil nutrients; soil quality; subsidies; surveys; sustainable land management; trees; vegetation; Spain
- ... There is a need to devise management strategies that control soil and water losses in agriculture land to allow the design of proper policies to achieve sustainability. It is the responsibility of scientists to work with other actors to co-construct strategies that will lead to sustainable land-use policies. Using chipped pruned branches (CPB) as mulch can be a viable option because they represent ...