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  • Farming System Research (FSR) may be defined as an approach designed to generate relevant technologies for specific clients, most commonly, the resource - limited farm households. It focuses on clients' priority needs and problems, applies an inter-disciplinary systems perspective in diagnosing problems and generating technological solutions, and involve a series of operational activities carried out on farm with farmers. Although descriptions of FSR vary, the general consensus is that there are four major activities: diagnosis, planning and priority setting, experimentation and evaluation

    Created: 7/13/18

    Last modified: 7/13/18

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  • The activities incorporated under farming systems research range from computer models simulating small-scale farm systems to integrated rural development strategies, and from complex experiment station trials of cropping systems to simple on-farm testing of technologies.

    Created: 7/13/18

    Last modified: 7/13/18

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