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The Role and Importance of Agriculture In the Carribean. Organisations involved in its development. The role of soils and plant types.
- Essay length: 7924 words
- Submitted: 21/01/2012
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE IN THE CARIBBEAN
Contribution to GDP/GNP
CONSTRAINTS AFFECTING CARIBBEAN AGRICULTURE
Land Tenure and Fragmentation
CLASSIFICATION OF CARIBBEAN FARMS
Distinguishing Features of Farmers (According to Size)
Medium Sized Farms
Distinguishing Features of Farms (According to Produce)
INSTITUTIONS WHICH SUPPORT LOCAL AND REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL
Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA)
Bodles Research Station:
Jamaica Livestoc Association (J.L.A.)
Jamaica Agricultural Society (J.A. S.):
Scientific Research Council (SRC
Sugar Industry Research Institute (SIRI)
Caribbean Development Bank (CDB)
Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI )
Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (CFNI)
University of the West Indies (UWI)
College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE)
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