The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, known by its Spanish acronym, CIMMYT®(www.cimmyt.org), is an international, not-for-profit research and training organization. With partnersin over 100 countries, the center works to sustainably increase the productivity of maize and wheatsystems to ensure global food security and reduce poverty. The center's outputs and services includeimproved maize and wheat varieties and cropping systems, the conservation of maize and wheatgenetic resources, and capacity building. CIMMYT belongs to and is funded by the ConsultativeGroup on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) (www.cgiar.org) and also receives supportfrom national governments, foundations, development banks, and other public and private agencies.CIMMYT is particularly grateful for the generous, unrestricted funding that has kept the center strong and effective over many years.© International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) 2012. All rights reserved. Thedesignations employed in the presentation of materials in this publication do not imply the expressionof any opinion whatsoever on the part of CIMMYT or its contributory organizations concerning thelegal status of any country, territory, city, or area, or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. The opinions expressed are those of the author, and are not necessarily those of CIMMYT or our partners. CIMMYT encourages fair use of this material. Proper citation isrequested.
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Modern ICT for Agricultural Development and Risk Management in Smallholder Agriculture in India.
CIMMYT. Socio-Economics Working Paper 3. Mexico, D.F.: CIMMYT.
Agricultural development; Risk management; Cost benefit analysis;Prices; Innovation assessment; Weather; Climatic change;Smalholders; Communication technology; Information needs; India
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E10 Agricultural Economics and PoliciesC20 Extension
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