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After the Green Revolution: technical change in bean production in Colombia, Costa Rica and Guatemala



After the Green Revolution: technical change in bean production in Colombia, Costa Rica and Guatemala



IIMI Publication ( 86-22): 143-154



Recognition by international agricultural research centres (IARCs) of the penetration of small farmers by the Green Revolution has led to the search for more appropriate technologies, for agricultural research priorities directed towards crops grown by poor farmers and disadvantaged regions. Efforts have also been directed towards stress-resistance rather than yield potential of crops, whilst on-farm research has been developed to integrate technology into current systems.

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