Category Archives: rice farming

The Impact of Technologies on Women in Asian Rice Farming

by Paris, T.  Book chapter from Impact of Rice Research Pingali P, Hossain M, editors. 1998. Impact of rice research. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Impact of Rice Research, 3-5 Jun 1996, Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand Development Research Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, … Continue reading

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Gender Analysis in Crop-Animal Research

T.R. Paris For the past years, increased attention has been given to the important roles of rural women in Asian agriculture. Except in landpreparation and application of chemicals, they are predominantly involved either as unpaid labor or wage laborers in … Continue reading

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Do agricultural technologies help or hurt poor women?

Paris, T. R. and P. Pingali. (1996). Competition and conflict in Asian agricultural resource management: Issues, Options, and Analytical Paradigms: IRRI Discussion Paper Series No. 11, pp. 237-245. Edited by P.L. Pingali and T.R. Paris. International Rice Research Institute, Los … Continue reading

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Knowledge, attitude and practice of seed management technologies in rice farming in Central Luzon

by Diaz, C. P., J. S. Luis, T. Paris and M. Hossain in Philippine Journal of Crop Science 1994. 19(2) 87-99. Abstract This paper examines the traditional practices of seed management, the impact of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) training on seed management practices and … Continue reading

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Effects of Out-migration on Rice-Farming Households and Women Left Behind in Vietnam

Thelma R. Paris, Joyce S. Luis1, Truong Thi Ngoc Chi2, Maria Fay Rola-Rubzen3 International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos, Laguna Philippines1; Cuu Long Delta Rice Research Institute, Omon District, Mekong Delta, Vietnam2; Muresk Institute, Curtin University of Technology, Australia3 Vietnam … Continue reading

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