Assessing Farmer's Willingness to Participate in the On-farm Conservation of Minor Millet using Direct Compensation Payment
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KeywordsAgro-biodiversity conservation; contingent valuation method; food security; kolli hills; minor millets; willingness to accept; compensation; on-farm; farmer; India; most preferred varieties (MPVs); least preferred varieties (LPVs);
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