Food security in a world of natural resource scarcity: The role of agricultural technologies
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Keywordsfood security; Natural resource management; Natural resources; Agricultural technology; Agricultural policies; crop yield; Prices; trade; Economic models; Mathematical models; Climate change; zero tillage; Soil fertility; precision agriculture; Organic agriculture; Nitrogen; Water harvesting; Trickle irrigation; Water management; Crop improvement; Drought tolerance; heat tolerance; Plant protection; Alternative agriculture; Food supply; Supply and demand; nitrogen use efficiency; sprinkler irrigation; crop protection; IMPACT model; DSSAT model; Africa south of Sahara; Asia; Africa;
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