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Título : Management and Technological Alternatives to Promote Productivity in the Mexican Agricultural Sector
Autor : Longar Blanco, María del Pilar
Palabras clave : Technological Alternatives
Promote Productivity
Fecha de publicación : 2010
Editorial : Climate Change & Environmental Management Symposium
Resumen : In the rural environment, crops adaptation to humidity conditions, transpiration and use of water, as well as the resistance to insufficiency and response to an extreme deficit or "stress", has been reduced in certain cases in specific geographical regions in which agricultural biotechnology has contributed in the selection of crops methods with a more efficient use of water. The objective of this research was to promote and establish an agricultural production model able to provide enough quality food for the whole year for self consumption; as well as to have surplus for additional income that would translate into health and welfare for the participating families in the rural community of San Antonio de Coayuca, Chietla town hall in the state of Puebla, part of Mexico.
URI : http://www.repositoriodigital.ipn.mx/handle/123456789/7297
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