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Cash crop versus food crop debate

Cash crop versus food crop debate

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Published by Natural Resources International in Chatham .
Written in English


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StatementColin Poulton ...[et al.].
ContributionsPoulton, Colin., Crop Post-Harvest Research Programme.
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Open LibraryOL18896284M

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The cash crop versus food crop debate Colin Poulton, Ramatu Al-Hassan, Georg Ca disch, Chinnappa Reddy and Laurence Smith This paper revisits the debate on the promotion of cash and food cropsi in the light of recent developments in agricultural markets and the current interest in sustainable by: 8.

Cash Crops Versus Food Crops in Ajrira concentration on a few, largely non-nutritious crops. There is no advantage either.' Africa Becomes a Cash Crop Plantation Most of the present-day agricultural patterns in Africa have their origins in the colonial era.

These patterns (especially cash crop plantations) were established to meet the needs of. Basically there are four Categories of Crops: Food Crops (Wheat, Maize, Rice, Millets and Pulses etc.) Cash Crops (Sugarcane, Tobacco, Cotton, Jute and Oilseeds etc.) Plantation Crops (Coffee, Coconut, Tea, and Rubber etc.) Horticulture crops (Fr.

At the recent Borlaug Symposium in Ethiopia, ICRISAT researchers presented a paper examining the question of what the balance should be between food and cash crops. The presentation used the examples of Ethiopia and Tanzania to show how crops have served both food and cash purposes, for the benefit of reducing poverty and hunger in developing countries.

A cash crop or profit crop is an agricultural crop which is grown to sell for profit. It is typically purchased by parties separate from a term is used to differentiate marketed crops from subsistence crops, which are those fed to the producer's own livestock or grown as food for the producer's earlier times cash crops were usually only a small (but vital) part of a.

As these examples illustrate [ ] the notion of a single, ideal balance point between food vs. cash crop may be too simplistic. The presenter spoke of the insights they have gained in their Village Level Studies initiative, that have shown that poverty reduction is linked with improved connectivity between rural areas and urban markets.

ODI Report 2 industrial crops may build or help maintain rural roads to ensure supplies, roads that equally benefit food crop farmers. Food access: incomes from growing industrial crops can allow households to buy in more food, and more diverse food. cash crops are one crop you grow and sale, an example would be cotton, a food crop is a variety of food you grow to live off of.

0 2 0. Login to reply the answers Post; Anonymous. 1 decade ago. Not all cash crops are used for food. Tobacco is a cash crop. Cotton is a cash crop. Some food crops are also "cash crops" used for other things besides. Strictly speaking, however, a cash crop may be sold at home or abroad and may be either a food or non-food commodity, whereas an export crop is a cash crop that is ultimately exported from the country producing it.

The major non-food cash crops that are exported are cocoa, coffee, fibre crops, rubber, tea and Size: 69KB. between cash crops and food crops are not clear cut.

Often the terms "cash crops" and "export crops" are used synonymously. Strictly speaking, however, a cash crop may be sold at home or abroad and may be either a food or non-food commodity, whereas an export crop is a cash crop that is ultimately exported from the country producing by:   Find an answer to your question difference between cash crop and food crop 1.

Log in. Join now. Log in. Join now. Ask your question. Secondary School. Geography. 5 points Difference between cash crop and food crop Ask for details ; Follow Report by Papai Log in to add a comment Answers pahiroy Ace.

A cash crop is an agricultural crop which is grown for sale to return profit. It is typically purchased by parties separate from the farm. The term is used to differentiate marketed crops from subsistence crops, which are those fed to the producers own live stock or grown as food for the producers family/5(11).

a cash crop might be something like cotton or tobacco (historic US cash crops) that people might not necessarily eat, and sell for a good amount, which people can then use to buy their own food. A food crop would be like corn, wheat, beans, vegetables and fruit, which can either be sold or simply be eaten by the farmers.

African countries are struggling with the cash crop-food crop debate at this time. A recent survey reveals the breadth of concerns and issues involved in the debate.4 The remainder of this article is organized as follows.

Section II examines the reasons for and implications of. 1. A food crop is: A crop prepared & worked on (land) in order to raise cultivated/produce from the ground.

An example of such is: wheat, soy beans, & corn. A cash crop is: A crop that is grown for direct sale. An example of such is: tobacco or cotton. Global dependence on only a few crops for food and non-food uses is risky due to the multifaceted challenges that crop production faces.

One such challenge is. Food crops can be eaten by someone somewhere and so have a cash value. Not all cash crops can be eaten therefore they are not food crops. Food crops are crops like corn, carrots, wheat, and strawberries.

Food crops can be sold, which would make them cash crops as well. Cash crops are sold, but some are not edible/5(). Aquaculture is the farming or husbandry of aquatic organisms, and in many parts of the developing world, small-scale aquaculture projects provide an inexpensive source of protein-rich food for personal consumption or as a cash crop.

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What about a cover crop that's also a cash crop. Read the full post on. They’re a California crop that requires 10% of the state’s water, and this during a drought. Defendants of the popular nut point to alfalfa (used to feed beef) as the more egregious offender, alfalfa requiring 15% or more of the state’s water.

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cash crop definition: 1. a crop that is grown mainly to be sold, rather than used by the people who grew it or those. Learn more. Cash crop and food crop production in Chimbu. History of Agriculture Discussion Paper No.

Port Moresby, University of Papua New Guinea and Department of Primary Industry,19 : Robin Hide. food crop (plural food crops) A crop raised for human consumption, such as wheat or rice. Ap Terry Wade, “As other staples soar, potatoes break new ground” (news article), Reuters, The potato is already the world's third most-important food crop after wheat and rice.

Corn, which is widely planted, is mainly used for animal feed. Define cash crop. cash crop synonyms, cash crop pronunciation, cash crop translation, English dictionary definition of cash crop.

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Wheat, rice, maize, grams and pulses are included in the food crops. The cash crops are cotton, tobacco and sugarcane. FOOD CROPS 1. Wheat: It is the basic food crop of Pakistan.

The area of wheat cultivation is increasing in Pakistan. The per acre yield has also increased due to the introduction of new wheat varieties and use of modern. agri benchmark Cash Crop Report Key results of the agri benchmark farm comparison1. Yelto Zimmer. Table of Contents.

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