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0001
Adding a food consumption perspective to
farming systems research /by Timothy R.
Frankenberger for Nutrition Economics
Group, Technical Assistance Division,
Office of International Cooperation and
Development, United States Department of
Agriculture. --
Frankenberger, Timothy R. Washington,
D.C.? : The Group ; Agency for
International Development, Bureau for
Science and Technology, Office of
Nutrition, 1985 "A report prepared
under RSSA-BST-1171-R-AG-3125-01 with
the Office of Nutrition, Bureau for
Science and Technology, Agency for
International Development under Project
931-1171 Nutrition: Consumption and
analysis of agricultural policies."-
"June 1985.". viii, 65 p. : charts ; 28
cm. Bibliography: p. 46-51. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL aS494.5.S95F7).

0002
Applicability of the Farming Systems
Research approach to less developed and
developed countries--linkages and
constraints.
Joshua, M.S. (Washington, D.C.? : s.n.),
1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
6.1-6.13. Includes 9 references. (NAL
Call No.: S560.3.F32 1980).

0003
Application of the Farming Systems
Research approach in Mangwende Communal
Area in the Murewe District.
RAGJA. Shumba, E.M. Salisbury : Ministry
of Agriculture. Zimbabwe agricultural
journal. Jan/Feb 1985. v. 82 (1). p.
31-35. Includes references. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL 24 R34).

0004
Assessing the impact of farming systems
research: framework and problems.
Anderson, J.R. Barking : Elsevier
Applied Science Publishers. Agricultural
administration. 1985. v. 20 (4). p.
225-235. Includes 22 references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL S3.A32).

0005
Benefits of on-farm research.
Macmillan, K.L. Melbourne, The Society.
Proceedings Australian Society of
Animal Production. 1980. v. 13. p.
157-160. Includes bibliography. (NAL
Call No.: 49.9 AU72).

0006
Caribbean Seminar on Farming Systems
Research Methodology, Pointe-a-Pitre,
Guadeloupe, F.W.I., May 4-8, 1980 /dean
Servant, Antonio Pinchinat,
coordinators. --. French.
; Servant, Jean.-Pinchinat, Antonio. San
Jose, Costa Rica : IICA-INRA, 1982.
English, French, and Spanish. xiii, 638
p. : ill. ; 23 cm. Includes
bibliographies. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
5494.5.595C37 1980).


0007
Climatic classification of the semi-arid
tropics in relation to farming systems
research.
Virmani, S.M. ; Sivakumar, M.V.K.-Reddy,
S.J. Patancheru, India, International
Crops Research Institute for the
Semi-Arid Tropics, 1980. Climatic
classification : a consultants' meeting,
14-16 April 1980 / (publication editors,
G. Rosenberg and V. Kumble). p. 27-44.
maps. (NAL Call No.: 0C981.8.Z6C54).

0008
Climatological features of the semi-arid
tropics in relation to the farming
systems research program.
Virmani, S.M. ; Sivakumar, M.V.K.-Reddy,
S.J. Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India,
International Crops Research, Institute
for the Semi-Arid Tropics, 1980.
Proceedings of the International
Workshop on the Agroclimatological
Research Needs of the Semi-Arid Tropics,
Hyderabad, India, 22-24 November 1978.
p. 5-16. ill., maps. 6 ref. (NAL Call
No.: S612.2.153 1978).

0009
Considerations for the planning,
implementation, and evaluation of
on-farm experimentation in agroforestry
farming systems /Erick C.M. Fernandes.
Fernandes, Erick C. M. Nairobi, Kenya
International Council for Research in
Agroforestry, 1984. Paper presented at
the CIMMYT/University of Zimbabwe
Farming Systems Research Experimental
Phase Workshop, Harare, September 3-14,
1984. 18 p. ; 30 cm. Bibliography: p.
17-18. (NAL Call No.: DNAL S494.5.A45W67
no.35).

0010
A course in farming systems research :
the Cornell experience / by Frank Casey
and Randolph Barker. -.
Casey, Frank. Ithaca, N.Y. Department of
Agricultural Economics, N.Y. State
College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences, Cornell University 1982. 92 p.
; 28 cm. --. Bibliography: p. 74-92.
(NAL Call No.: 281.8 C814 no.93).

0011
Creating a blueprint for the future
(Rodale Research Center, Farming systems
research).
Harwood, R.R. Emmaus : Regenerative
Agriculture Association. The New farm.
Nov/Dec 1982. v. 4 (7). p. 8. (NAL Call
No.: S1.N32).

0012
Crop-livestock interactions in
sub-Saharan Africa and their
implications for farming systems
research.
EXAGA. Mclntire, J. ; Gryseels, G.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
Experimental agriculture. July 1987. v.
23 (3). p. 235-243. Includes references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL 10 EX72).









0013
Cropping systems in Asia on-farm
research and management / M.Z. Hoque

Hoque, M. Zahidul. Los Banos,
Philippines : International Rice
Research Institute, 1984. 196 p. : ill.,
maps ; 23 cm. Bibliography: p.
161 -174. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
S602.5.H6).

0014
Developing appropriate technologies
through on-farm research: The lessons
from Caisan, Panama (Instituto de
Investigaciones Agropecuarias de
Panama).
Martinez, J.C. ; Arauz, J.R. Barking :
Applied Science Publishers. Agricultural
administration. 1984. v. 17 (2). p.
93-114. Includes 6 references. (NAL Call
No.: S3.A32).

0015
Developments in farming systems research
in humid and subhumid tropics of
tropical Africa.
Okigbo, B.N. Washington, D.C., World
Bank. Proceedings ... Promoting
increased food production in the 1980s.
1981. 1981. p. 169-198. ill., maps.
Includes 11 ref. (NAL Call No.:
S539.7.A4).

0016
Does farming systems research have a
future?.
Davidson, A.P. Barking, Essex : Elsevier
Applied Science. Agricultural
administration and extension. 1987. v.
24 (2). p. 69-77. Includes references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL S3.A32).

0017
Examining divergent strategies in
farming systems research.
Okali, C. ; Sumberg, J.E. Barking :
Elsevier Applied Science Publishers.
Agricultural administration. 1986. v. 22
(4). p. 233-253. Includes 46 references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL S3.A32).

0018
Farm management's role in farming
systems research to increase
productivity in small farms.
Bernsten, R.H. ; Herdt, R.W. Bangkok :
FAO, 1981. Report of the seventh session
of the FAD Regional Commission on Farm
Management for Asia and the Far East
Jogjakarta, Indonesia, 24-29 August
1981. p. 123-141. ill. 2 p. ref. (NAL
Call No.: S562.A75F2 1981).

0019
Farming systems position paper.
Pearson, A.M. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. June 1981. June 1981. (2).
12 p. 11 ref. (NAL Call No.:
919562(AGE)).
Extract: A farming system is defined as
a human group and the resources and
environment that it manages in producing
plant and/or animal products to meet its
direct or perceived needs for sustenance
and quality of life. Farming Systems


Research may be defined as a systematic
analysis of farming systems, including
their similarities and dissimilarities.
The purpose of farming systems research
is to study farms with similar and/or
different environments, crops and/or
animals and production practices to see
how they meet demands for perceived
human needs and quality of life.

0020
Farming systems research--definition and
integration into EMCIP activities.
Harper, W.M. ; Montgomery, J. Las
Cruces, N.M. : Department of
Agricultural Economics and Agricultural
Business. Departmental staff report. Jan
1981. (19). 21 p. Includes references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL HD1775.N6D46).

0021
Farming systems research a critical
appraisal /by Elon H. Gilbert, David W.
Norman, Fred E. Winch. --
Gilbert, Elon H. ; Norman, David
W.-Winch, Fred. East Lansing, Mich.
Dept. of Agricultural Economics,
Michigan State University, 1980. "This
paper is published as part of the
farming systems research program being
carried out by Michigan State University
under the 'Alternative Rural Development
Strategies' contract AID/ta-CA-3, U.S.
Agency for International Development,
Development Support Bureau, Office of
Rural Development and Development
Administration.". xii, 135 p. ; 28 cm.
--. Bibliography: p. 123-134. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL HN49.C6M434 no.6).

0022
Farming systems research: a critical
appraisal.
Gilbert, E.H. ; Norman, D.W.-Winch, F.E.
East Lansing, Mich., The Department. MSU
rural development paper Michigan State
University, Department of Agricultural
Economics. 1980. Literature review.
1980. (6). 135 p. Bibliography p.
123-134. (NAL Call No.: 918965(AGE)).
Extract: The objectives of the paper are
to: (a) review the literature on farming
systems, (b) evaluate farming systems
research (FRS) in international
institutes and in national agricultural
research systems in the Third World, and
(c) recommend what can be done to
improve and expand FSR in order to
develop technology that is appropriate
for the majority of small farmers.

0023
Farming systems research: a potential
means of technology development transfer
(Small farms, extension).
Hyslop, J.D. Washington, D.C., The
Department. Miscellaneous publication -
United States Dept. of Agriculture. July
1982. July 1982. (1422). p. 269-271. 6
ref. (NAL Call No.: 1 AG84M).

0024
Farming Systems Research: an
evolutionary approach to implementation.
JAGEA. Heinemann, E. ; Biggs, S.D.
Aberystwyth : Agricultural Economics
Society. Journal of agricultural
economics. Jan 1985. v. 36 (1). p.











59-65. ill. Includes references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL 281.9 AG8).

0025
Farming systems research and
agricultural economics.
Crawford, E.W. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. June 1981. June 1981. (1).
20 p. 30 ref. (NAL Call No.:
919562(AGE)).
Extract: This paper sets forth a
preliminary understanding of farming
systems research (FSR), how it relates
to other types of research and
problem-solving activities in associated
disciplines, and how the involvement of
other disciplines would contribute to
the work of each profession involved in
FSR.

0026
Farming systems research and
agricultural engineering.
Wilkinson, R.H. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. May 1981. May 1981. (9). 16
p. 6 ref. (NAL Call No.: 919562(AGE)).
Extract: I argue that the fundamental
and primary objective of F.S.R. is (or
should be) to increase (world) food
availability and agricultural production
and to develop or use resources in a
manner that will promote a "better"
standard of living, (as this concept is
generally understood) for all mankind.

0027
Farming systems research and development
: guidelines for developing countries /
W.W. Shaner, P.F. Philipp, W.R. Schmehl
; editorial assistance, Donald E.
Zimmerman. -.
Shaner, W. W. (Willis W.). ; Philipp, P.
F.- (Perry Fred),- 1913--Schmehl, W. R.
Boulder, Colo. Westview Press 1982. At
head of title: A Consortium for
International Development study
-Includes index. 414 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
--. Bibliography: p. 401-405. (NAL Call
No.: S540.A2S56).

0028
Farming systems research and development
guidelines for developing countries
/W.W. Shaner, P.F. Philipp, W.R.
Schmehl. --.
Shaner, W. W. ; Philipp, P. F.;
1913--Schmehl, W. R. S.1. : Consortium
for International Development, 1981.
"Prepared for United States Agency for
International Development (Contract no.
AID/DSAN-C-0054)."- "June 1981."- At
head of title: Consortium for
International Development. 2 v. (xvi,
816 p.) : ill., maps ; 28 cm. Includes
bibliographies. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
S540.A2556 1981).

0029
Farming systems research and development
an alternative to conventional ag
extension.
NCTJB. Butler, W.H. ; Schriefer,
T.S.-Diamond, J.E. Urbana, Ill. : The
Association. NACTA journal National


Association of Colleges and Teachers of
Agriculture. Mar 1987. v. 31 (1). p.
29-33. Includes references. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL 275.9 N213).

0030
Farming systems research and extension:
overcoming discontinuities in the
technology development and extension
process for small farmers.
Cornick, T.R. Western Samoa : The Univ
of the South Pacific, School of Agric
and Inst for Research. Alafua
agricultural bulletin. Paper presented
at the "Consultative Meeting on Linkages
Between Agricultural Extension,
Research, Agricultural Education and
Farmers," June 9-13, 1986, Apia, Western
Samoa. May/Aug 1986. v. 11 (2). p.
17-31. (NAL Call No.: DNAL S3.A6).

0031
The farming systems research and its
relevance--the Philippine situation.
Rosario, E.L. (S.I.) : Crop Science Soc.
of Philippines & Philippine Council for
Agric. and Resource Research. The
Philippine journal of crop science. Aug
1983. v. 8 (2). p. 61-63. Includes
references. (NAL Call No.: SB13.P48).

0032
Farming systems research and small farm
development in rural communities of
north Florida (Vegetable crops).
William, R.D. ; Gilbert, E. Mississippi
State, Southern Rural Development
Center. Rural development research and
education. Winter 1979/1980. v. 3 (4).
p. 7-9. ill. 19 ref. (NAL Call No.:
HN51.R8).

0033
Farming systems research and technology
for the semi-arid tropics.
Kampen, J. Patanchery, India,
International Crops Research Center for
the Semi-Arid Tropics. Proceedings ...
International Symposium on Development
and Transfer of Technology for Rainfed
Agriculture and the SAT Farmer. 1979
(pub. 1980). 1979 (pub. 1980). p. 39-56.
ill. Includes 2 p. ref. (NAL Call No.:
SB111.154).

0034
The farming systems research approach in
the agricultural engineering field.
Esmay, M.L. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. May 1981. May 1981. (7). 12
p. 10 ref. (NAL Call No.: 919562(AGE)).
Extract: This paper attempts to define
and discuss Farming Systems Research
(FSR) in a somewhat narrow sense as to
how the MSU Task Force may be able to
progress in a meaningful and practical
manner. In the arena of agriculture and
food production, in which Title XII is
involved, there are basic requirements
for professionals from four disciplines;
(1) biology (2) physical technology, (3)
economics and (4) sociology. The FSR
approach is focused towards the farm
family and the family farmer.










0035
Farming systems research as a catalyst
of rural prosperity (in the Philippines,
crop intensification, livestock and/or
agriculture--aquaculture integration).
Swaminathan, M.S. (S.1.) : Crop Science
Soc. of Philippines & Philippine Council
for Agric. and Resource Research. The
Philippine journal of crop science. Aug
1983. v. 8 (2). p. 51-55. ill. (NAL Call
No.: SB13.P48).

0036
Farming systems research as it relates
to the animal sciences.
Deans, R.J. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. July 1981. July 1981. (5).
10 p. 11 ref. (NAL Call No.:
919562(AGE)).
Extract: It is obvious that the animal
production discipline needs access to
the social scientist for knowledge of
methods of describing and evaluating
human systems, to the economist for
methods and measures of financial and
economic flows, and to other
technologies in which soil/plant
nutrient relationships are involved.

0037
Farming systems research at ICRISAT
(International Crops Research Institute
for the Semi-arid Tropics).
Krantz, B.A. Boulder, Colo. : Westview
Press, 1982. Readings in farming systems
research and development / edited by
W.W. Shaner, P.F. Philipp, and W.R.
Schmehl. p. 135-156. maps. Includes
references. (NAL Call No.: 5602.5.R4).

0038
Farming systems research at the
International Agricultural Research
Centers /Consultative Group on
International Agrcultural Research,
Technical Advisory Committee. --.
Rome : TAC Secretariat, Agriculture
Dept., Food and Agriculture Organization
of the United Nations, 1978.
"AGD/TAC:IAR/78/15; AGD/TAC:IAR/78/24.".
176 p. in various pagings ; 28 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL S540.A2C65).
Workshop on Farming Systems Research

0039
Farming systems research: clarification
of terms and concepts.
EXAGA. Sands, D.M. Cambridge : Cambridge
University Press. Experimental
agriculture. Apr 1986. v. 22 (2). p.
87-104. Includes references. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL 10 EX72).

0040
Farming systems research (FSR) in
Honduras, 1977-81: a case study.
Galt, D. ; Diaz, A.-Contreras,
M.-Peairs, F.-Posner, J.-Rosales, F.
East Lansing : The Department. MSU
International development paper -
Michigan State University, Dept. of
Agricultural Economics. 1982. (1). 48 p.
Includes 17 references. (NAL Call No.:
DNAL AGE 924894(AGE)).


0041
Farming systems research in Eastern
Africa: the experience of CIMMYT
(International Maize and Wheat
Improvement Center) and some national
agricultural research services, 1976-81.
Collinson, M.P. East Lansing : The
Department. MSU International
development paper Michigan State
University, Dept. of Agricultural
Economics. 1982. 1982. (3). 61 p.
Includes 8 references. (NAL Call No.:
924894(AGE)).
Extract: The purpose of this paper Is to
report on CIMMYT's experience over the
1976-81 period in helping
institutionalize farming systems
research methods in national
agricultural research services in
Eastern and Southern Africa.

0042
Farming systems research in Guatemala.
Dardon, R.O. (Washington, D.C.? : s.n.),
1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
14.1-14.18. ill. Includes 5 references.
(NAL Call No.: S560.3.F32 1980).

0043
Farming systems research:
interdisciplinary response to problems
(Impiclations for professional
agricultural training).
Barker, R. St. Paul : The Station.
Miscellaneous publication University
of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment
Station. 1982. 1982. (19). p. 101-104.
10 ref. (NAL Call No.: S1.M52).

0044
Farming systems research: issues in
research strategy and technology design.
Byerlee, D. ; Harrington, L.-Winkelmann,
D.L. Ames, Iowa, American Agricultural
Economics Association. American journal
of agricultural economics. Dec 1982. v.
64 (5). p. 897-904. Includes 15
references. (NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822).
Extract: In this paper, we discuss
Farming Systems Research which has the
following characteristics: (a) It aims
to generate technology to increase
resource productivity for an identified
group of farmers, especially in the
short term. (b) It is conceptually based
on a farming systems perspective. (c) It
uses on-farm research methods. Taking
the viewpoint of national agricultural
research programs, we argue that this
specific subset of research activities
should receive priority in efforts to
improve the effectiveness of
agricultural research.

0045
Farming systems research: issues in
research strategy and technology design:
discussion.
Hildebrand, P.E. Ames, Iowa, American
Agricultural Economics Association.
American journal of agricultural
economics. Dec 1982. v. 64 (5). p.
905-906. Includes 2 references. (NAL
Call No.: 280.8 J822).










0046
Farming systems research position paper.
Artis, J.W. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. July 1981. July 1981. (6). 5
p. (NAL Call No.: 919562(AGE)).
Abstract: This paper describes the
author's view of the definition and
development of farming systems research.

0047
Farming Systems Research program
structure, staffing and funding.
McIntosh, J.L. (Washington, D.C.?
s.n.), 1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
10.1-10.16. ill., maps. Includes 1
references. (NAL Call No.: S560.3.F32
1980).

0048
Farming systems research: progress in
developing countries.
SPANA. Biggs, S.D. ; Gibbon, D. Foston
J.G.R. Stevens. Span : progress in
agriculture. 1986. v. 29 (2). p. 53.
Includes references. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
464.8 SP2).

0049
Farming Systems Research Symposium,
Washington, D.C., December 8 and 9, 1980
: (proceedings). -.
(United States? s.n.) 1980. Caption
title -Cover title: AID USDA Symposium
on Farming Systems Research
-Mimeographed. 1 v. (various pagings) :
ill. ; 30 cm. Includes bibliographies.
(NAL Call No.: S560.3.F32 1980).

0050
Farming systems research to conserve the
environment of upper watersheds.
Muljadi, D. ; Ismail, I.G.-Mclntosh,
J.L. Manila, Philippines : International
Rice Research Institute, 1986. Progress
in upland rice research : proceedings of
the 1985 Jakarta conference. p. 171-176.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL SB191.R5P77).

0051
Farming systems research to improve the
livelihood of small farmers.
Norman, D.W. Lexington, Ky., American
Agricultural Economics Association.
American journal of agricultural
economics. Dec 1978. v. 60 (5). p.
813-818. 18 ref. (NAL Call No.: 280.8
J822).
Extract: The farming systems research
approach is consistent with current
notions of rural and economic
development as articulated in
equitability, local participation, and
employment generation. As yet, however,
perhaps mainly because it is largely in
the developmental stage, the farming
systems research process has not been
firmly established as an efficient way
to improve the livelihood of the
majority of small farmers. I believe
that the future in theLDCs is now more
promising than previously, in that we in
the high income countries are at least
shedding some of our cultural arrogance.
To paraphrase the words of a wise


Islamic scholar, Alhaji dunaidu, sound
development must build upon rather than
destroy the farmers' traditional
techniques.

0052
Farming systems research to improve the
livelihood of small farmers: discussion.
Welsch, D.E. Lexington, Ky., American
Agricultural Economics Association.
American journal of agricultural
economics. Dec 1978. v. 60 (5). p.
819-820. 4 ref. (NAL Call No.: 280.8
0822).

0053
Farming systems research training in
Swaziland.
HJHSA. Bevacqua, R.F. Alexandria, Va.
American Society for Horticultural
Science. HortScience. Aug 1987. v. 22
(4). p. 661. ill. Includes references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL SB1.H6).

0054
Farming systems research: twelve lessons
from the Mantaro Valley project.
Horton, D. Barking : Elsevier Applied
Science Publishers. Agricultural
administration. 1986. v. 23 (2). p.
93-107. Includes 20 references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL 53.A32).

0055
From diagnostic analysis to designing
and conducting on-farm research.
Schmehl, W.R. Boulder : Westview Press,
1986. Irrigation management in
developing countries : current issues
and approaches / edited by K.C. Nobe and
R.K. Sampath. p. 67-93. Includes
references. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
TC812.I73).

0056
FSR/E: shifting the intersection between
research and extension.
Johnson, S.H. III. ; Claar, J.B. Barking
: Elsevier Applied Science Publishers.
Agricultural administration. 1986. v. 21
(2). p. 81-93. ill. Includes 16
references. (NAL Call No.: DNAL S3.A32).

0057
FSR/E training units /Farming Systems
Support Project, International Programs,
Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, University of Florida.
Gainesville, Fla. : The Project, 1986-.
v. : ill. ; 30 cm. Includes
bibliographical references. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL S494.5.S95F7).

0058
FSR (Farming System Research) and
national agricultural development.
Hildebrand, P.E. (Washington, D.C.? :
s.n.), 1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
11.1-11.5. (NAL Call No.: S560.3.F32
1980).










0059
Future involvement of the department in
optimizing potato productivity (On farm
research, Optimizing Potato
Productivity, International Potato
Center).
Horton, D. Lina, Peru : International
Potato Center, 1981. Social science
research at the International Potato
Center / report of the Second Social
Science Planning Conference, held at CIP
- Lima, Peru, September 7-11, 1981. p.
161-165. Includes references. (NAL Call
No.: H62.A3S6 1981).

0060
A general overview of farming systems
research.
Norman, D.W. ; Gilbert, E. Boulder,
Colo. : Westview Press, 1982. Readings
in farming systems research and
development / edited by W.W. Shaner,
P.F. Philipp, and W.R. Schmehl. p.
17-30. maps. Includes references. (NAL
Call No.: S602.5.R4).

0061
Harvest and post-harvest issues in
farming systems research (Crops).
Maxwell, S. Brighton : The Institute.
IDS bulletin University of Sussex,
Institute of Development Studies. June
1982. v. 13 (3). p. 21-31. ill. 2 p.
ref. (NAL Call No.: HC59.7.U53).

0062
ICRISAT farming systems research
special report. --.
Patancheru, A.P., India : International
Crops Research Institute for the
Semi-Arid Tropics, 1983. "July 1983.".
68 p. ; 28 cm. Bibliography: p. 65-66.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL S604.37.125).

0063
Improving the economic impact of farming
systems research.
Barlow, C. ; Jayasuriya, S.K.-Price,
E.-Maranan, C.-Roxas, N. Essex :
Elsevier Applied Science Publishers.
Agricultural systems. 1986. v. 22 (2).
p. 109-125. Includes references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL HD1.A3).

0064
Initiating Applied Farming Systems
Research in developing countries.
Harrington, L.W. (Washington, D.C.?
s.n.), 1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
8.1-8.16. ill. Includes 11 references.
(NAL Call No.: S560.3.F32 1980).

0065
Interdisciplinary teamwork in farming
systems research and development.
Meiman, J.R. St. Paul : The Station.
Miscellaneous publication University
of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment
Station. 1982. 1982. (19). p. 139-145.
ill. 13 ref. (NAL Call No.: S1.M52).


0066
Issues in developing and implementing a
farming systems research program. --.
Washington, D.C.? : U.S. Dept. of
Agriculture, Office of International
Cooperation and Development, 1981.
"Prepared as a background document for
participants in a Farming Systems
Research Conference held in Washington
in December 1980 and sponsored by the
Office of Agriculture of AID's
Development Support- "September 1981.".
43 p. ; 28 cm. Bibliography: p. 39-43.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL aS561.I6).

0067
Issues in farming systems research.
NETMA. Fresco, L.O. Wageningen :
Genootschap voor Landbouwwetenschap.
Netherlands journal of agricultural
science. 1984. v. 32 (4). p. 253-261.
Includes 20 references. (NAL Call No.:
DNAL 12 N3892).

0068
Issues in farming systems research a
multidisciplinary behavioral science
perspective.
Axinn, G.H. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. Apr 1981. Apr 1981. (8). 17
p. Bibliography p. 14-17. (NAL Call No.:
919562(AGE)).
Extract: Farming systems research can be
defined as the application of the
systematic approach to the study of
whatever is defined as a farm. The
purposes of such research may vary from
the attempt to understand such a system
to a programmatic attempt to make
changes within certain aspects of such a
system.

0069
Issues in farming systems research an
agronomist's perspective.
Freed, R.D. East Lansing, Mich., The
Research Group. Working paper Farming
Systems Research Group, Michigan State
University. June 1981. June 1981. (4). 7
p. 18 ref. (NAL Call No.: 919562(AGE)).
Extract: Farming systems research will
be used by the agronomists to do three
major operations: (1) identification and
development of research projects, (2)
implementation of research programs, and
(3) evaluation of the new technology.

0070
Issues of FSR (Farming Systems Research)
evaluation.
Shaner, W.W. (Washington, D.C.? : s.n.),
1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
12.1-12.9. (NAL Call No.: S560.3.F32
1980).

0071
The limits of farming systems research
and development: Should development
administrators be interested?.
Oasa. E.K. ; Swanson, L.E. Barking :
Elsevier Applied Science Publishers.
Agricultural administration. 1986. v. 23
(4). p. 201-221. Includes references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL S3.A32).











0072
Livestock component farming systems
research in Java: The case for work with
women.
Peteram, R.J. ; Basuno, E. Barking :
Elsevier Applied Science Publishers.
Agricultural administration. 1986. v. 21
(2). p. 119-127. Includes 17 references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL S3.A32).

0073
The location specificity problem in
farming systems research.
Menz, K.M. ; Knipscheer, H.C. Essex,
Eng., Applied Science Publishers.
Agricultural systems. Sept 1981. v. 7
(2). p. 95-103. ill. 23 ref. (NAL Call
No.: HD1.A3).

0074
An M.S.U. approach to farming systems
research (Michigan State University).
Fleisher, B. ; Axinn, G.H. East Lansing,
Mich., The Research Group. Working paper
- Farming Systems Research Group,
Michigan State University. July 1981.
July 1981. (10). 12 p. (NAL Call No.:
919562(AGE)).
Extract: Farming systems research (FSR),
in its broadest sense, involves the
application of the systems perspective
to the study of a farm. The purposes of
such research could vary from a broad
understanding of system functions to
understanding a narrow subset of
particular interactions. Thus, it
encompasses any research concerned with
a farming subsystem or the whole farm
system.

0075
On-farm agronomic trials in farming
systems research and extension /Peter E.
Hildebrand and Federico Poey. --.
Hildebrand, Peter E. ; Poey, Federico,;
1933-. Boulder, Colo. : L. Rienner,
1985. Includes index. xvi, 162 p. : ill.
; 24 cm. Bibliography: p. 159-161. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL S540.053H55).

0076
On-farm research and applied nutrition:
Some suggestions for collaboration
between national institutes of nutrition
and agricultural research.
FONBA. Tripp, Robert. Tokyo : United
Nations University. Food and nutrition
bulletin. Sept 1984. v. 6 (3). p. 49-57.
Includes 57 references. (NAL Call No.:
DNAL FNC TX341.F64 F&N).
Abstract: An overview paper examines
ways in which increasing farming systems
research interests might contribute to
resolving nutritional problems,
particularly in rural areas. A set of
research procedures, known as on-farm
research (OFR), that derive from a
concern about the effectiveness of
traditional agricultural research and
development are presented. Emphasis is
placed on conceptual issues in OFR of
common interest to nutrition and
agriculture; procedural implications;
and possible courses of action by
national agricultural research and
nutrition institutions. (wz)


0077
On-farm research in an integrated
agricultural technology development
system: case study of triticale for the
Himalayan Hills.
Biggs, S.D. Barking, Essex, Applied
Science Publishers. Agricultural
administration. Apr/June 1980. v. 7 (2).
p. 133-145. ill. 4 ref. (NAL Call No.:
53.A32).

0078
On-farm research methods: a comparative
approach. Experiences of the
Quimiag-Penipe project, Ecuador (Rural
development).
Kirkby, R. ; Gallegos, P.-Cornick, T.
Ithaca, The Department. Cornell
international agricultural mimeograph -
Cornell University, Department of
Agricultural Economics. Sept 1981. Sept
1981. (91). 29 p. Includes 4 ref. (NAL
Call No.: 281.8 C814).

0079
On-farm research on chemical control of
some diseases of dryland crops grown
before and after rice (Use of
fungicides).
Elazegui, F.A. ; Mew, T.W. College,
Philippines, Philippine
Phytopathological Society. Philippine
phytopathology. Jan/June 1981. v. 17
(1/2). p. 74-86. 7 ref. (NAL Call No.:
SB599.P44).

0080
On-farm research to develop technologies
appropriate to farmers.
Byerlee, D. ; Biggs, S.~Collinson,
M.-Harrington, L.-Martinez,
J.C.-Moscardi, E.-Winkelmann, D.
Oxford, Eng. : Gower Publishing Co.
Ltd. I.A.A.E. occasional paper -
International Association of
Agricultural Economists. This paper was
presented at the "17th International
Conference of Agricultural Economists,"
1979, Banff, Canada. 1981. (2). p.
170-177. Includes 13 references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL AGE 922946(AGE)).
Extract: "This paper attempts to
synthesize our experiences with national
research programmes and with the
International Wheat and Maize
Improvement Center's (CIMMYT) wheat and
maize programmes in developing research
methodologies to ensure that
agricultural technologies generated by
scarce research resources are consistent
with the circumstances of target
farmers. It emphasizes collaboration of
technical and social scientists in
on-farm research--both in diagnosing
farmers' problems and demands for
technology and in developing and testing
in farmers' fields those technologies
which appear to meet these problems."

0081
On-farm research to optimize potato
productivity in developing countries.
Cortbaoui, R. Lina, Peru : International
Potato Center, 1981. Social science
research at the International Potato
Center / report of the Second Social
Science Planning Conference, held at CIP
- Lima, Peru, September 7-11, 1981. p.










81-90. (NAL Call No.: H62.A3S6 1981).

0082
Organic-related farming systems research
FY 82 a directory of USDA and state
projects in CRIS /compiled by Current
Research Information System ... et
al.
Beltsville, Md. : Current Research
Information System 1985. "September
1985."- "PBB6-10570 7"-cover.- Includes
indexes. v, 459 p. ; 28 cm. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL aS605.5.07).

0083
Overview of Farming Systems Research
(FSR) (USA).
Plucknett, D.L. (Washington, D.C.?
s.n.), 1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p. 1.1-1.6.
(NAL Call No.: S560.3.F32 1980).

0084
An overview of farming systems research
methodology.
Harwood, R.R. (Washington, D.C.?
s.n.), 1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
2.1-2.12. Includes 8 references. (NAL
Call No.: S560.3.F32 1980).

0085
Overview of the potential applicability
of Farming Systems Research to U.S.
small farms and U.S. research and
extension.
Hansen, A. (Washington, D.C.? : s.n.),
1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
3.1-3.13. Includes 2 references. (NAL
Call No.: 5560.3.F32 1980).

0086
Perspectives on assessing the impacts of
improved agricultural technologies in
developing countries.
Hardaker, J.B. ; Anderson, J.R.-Dillon,
J.L. Armidale : Australian Agricultural
Economics Society. The Australian
journal of agricultural economics.
Literature review. Aug/Dec 1984. v. 28
(2 & 3). p. 87-108. ill. Includes 115
references. (NAL Call No.: DNAL 281.8
AU74).
Extract: While the role of technical
change in agriculture is seen
differently by protagonists of different
theories of development, the processes
of technology generation and uptake are
widely seen as progressive. In this
vein, agricultural technology assessment
is seen as contributing to research
policy and management and also to the
formulation, monitoring and evaluation
of broader rural development policies
and programs. A need for both farm-level
and aggregate-level assessments is
identified, and methods applied at each
level are reviewed. At the farm level,
some insights are provided by the
farming systems research approach
leading to recognition of a changed role
for economists in farm-level impact
assessment. At the aggregate level, the
problems of tracing out all the


important consequences of a technical
innovation can be severe. Analysts will
generally need to account for general
equilibrium effects, distorted prices
and welfare considerations, as well as
the dynamic interaction between
technology and institutions. In the
light of the discussion, an agenda of
unfinished business for agricultural
economists is suggested.

0087
Perspectives on farming systems research
and extension /edited by Peter E.
Hildebrand. --
; Hildebrand, Peter E. Boulder, Colo.
L. Rienner, 1986. xiv, 167 p. : ill.
24 cm. Includes bibliographies. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL S494.5.S95P47).

0088
Problems of interdisciplinarity in
Farming Systems Research.
Barker, R. (Washington, D.C.? : s.n.),
1980. Farming Systems Research
Symposium, Washington, D.C., December 8
and 9, 1980 : (proceedings). p.
9.1-9.11. Includes 10 references. (NAL
Call No.: S560.3.F32 1980).

0089
Problems of on-farm research (Difference
in goals, facilities and management,
statistical design, administration and
legal aspects of on-farm research).
Saville, D.G. Melbourne, The Society.
Proceedings Australian Society of
Animal Production. 1980. v. 13. p.
154-157. Includes bibliography. (NAL
Call No.: 49.9 AU72).

0090
Readings in farming systems research and
development / edited by W.W. Shaner,
P.F. Philipp, and W.R. Schmehl. -.
; Shaner, W. W.- (Willis W.)-Phllipp. P.
F.- (Perry Fred),- 1913--Schmehl, W. R.
Boulder, Colo. Westview Press 1982.
"This book was prepared for the United
States Agency for International
Development"--Verso t.p -The selected
readings in this book contain papers
from a workshop in FSR&D held at CSU
August 1-4, 1979. xiv, 175 p. : ill.,
map ; 24 cm. --. Includes bibliographies
and index. (NAL Call No.: S602.5.R4).

0091
The relevance of structural variables
for farming systems research.
RUSDA. Garrett, P. Lexington, Ky. : The
University of Kentucky. Rural sociology.
Winter 1984. v. 49 (4). p. 580-589. ill.
Includes references. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
281.28 R88).

0092
The role of case studies in farming
systems research.
Maxwell, S. Barking : Elsevier Applied
Science Publishers. Agricultural
administration. 1986. v. 21 (3). p.
147-180. Includes 36 references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL 53.A32).










0093
The role of physical technology in
farming systems research and extension
(FSR/E).
Esmay, M.L. Tokyo : Farm Machinery
Industrial Research Corp. AMA,
agricultural mechanization in Asia,
Africa and Latin America. Summer 1984.
v. 15 (3). p. 77. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
S760.A75A35).

0094
Rural development in Western Samoa
through farming systems research. I. The
problem and perspective.
Blackie, M.J. ; Schwass, R.H.-Jones,
R.B. Suva, Fiji, Dept. of Agriculture.
Fiji agricultural journal. July/Dec
1979. v. 41 (2). p. 87-94. ill. 23 ref.
(NAL Call No.: 25 F47AG).

0095
A short review of farming systems
research in the tropics.
EXAGA. Simmonds, N.W. Cambridge :
Cambridge University Press. Experimental
agriculture. Jan 1986. v. 22 (1). p.
1-13. ill. Includes references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL 10 EX72).

0096
Social stratification and multiple
enterprises: some implications for
farming systems research.
Garrett, P. Elmsford : Pergamon
Journals. Journal of rural studies.
1986. v. 2 (3). p. 209-220. Includes
references. (NAL Call No.: DNAL
HT401.J68).

0097
Socio-cultural effects on the farming
systems research and development
approach.
Wilson, K.K. ; Philipp, P.F.-Shaner,
W.W. Essex : Elsevier Applied Science
Publishers. Agricultural systems. 1986.
v. 19 (2). p. 83-110. Includes
references. (NAL Call No.: DNAL HD1.A3).

0098
Spreading the word about FSR.
Youmans, D. Washington, D.C. : The
Administration. Extension review -
United States Department of Agriculture.
Fall 1985. v. 56 (4). p. 6-7. (NAL Call
No.: DNAL 1 EX892EX).

0099
Stratification: An approach to
cost-effectiveness for farming systems
research and development.
Shaner, W.W. Essex : Applied Science.
Agricultural systems. 1984. v. 15 (2).
p. 101-123. ill. Includes 3 p.
references. (NAL Call No.: HD1.A3).

0100
A survey of farming systems research in
Australia.
JAUSA. Remenyi, J.V. ; Coxhead, I.A.
North Ryde, N.S.W. : Academic Press.
Journal of the Australian Institute of
Agricultural Science. 1986. v. 52 (3).
p. 135-143. ill. Includes references.
(NAL Call No.: DNAL 23 AU74).


0101
Technology development and adoption
rates: systems approach for agricultural
research and extension (that emphasize
on-farm research, developing countries).
Eklund, P. London : Butterworths. Food
policy. May 1983. v. 8 (2). p. 141-153.
Includes references. (NAL Call No.:
HD9000.1.F66).

0102
Temporal land resource concerns and
farming systems research: Chiang Mai
Valley, Northern Thailand.
Johnson, S.H. III. Madison : University
of Wisconsin Press. Land economics. May
1984. v. 60 (2). p. 202-210. Includes 25
references. (NAL Call No.: 282.8 J82).
Extract: The purpose of this paper is to
demonstrate that research tools that
concentrate on productivity and ignore
stability and sustainability do not
serve the needs of small farmers. Field
results from Northern Thailand are used
to document the necessity to consider
long-term as well as short-term economic
and environmental impacts.

0103
U.S. organic farming: what we can and
cannot learn from on-farm research.
Lockeretz, W. East Lansing, Mich. :
Michigan State University Press, 1985.
Sustainable agriculture & integrated
farming systems : 1984 conference
proceedings / edited by Thomas C. Edens,
Cynthia Fridgen, Susan L. Battenfield.
p. 96-104. Includes references. (NAL
Call No.: DNAL S441.S8).

0104
Unit farms and farming systems research:
the IITA (International Institute of
Tropical Agriculture) experience.
Menz, K.M. Essex, Eng., Applied Science.
Agricultural systems. Nov 1980. v. 6
(1). p. 45-51. 19 ref. (NAL Call No.:
HD1.A3).

0105
The use of farming systems research for
understanding small farmers and
improving relevancy in adaptive
experimentation (Centro International de
Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo, Kenya).
Collinson, M.P. Ottawa : International
Development Research Centre, c1982.
Intercropping : proceedings of the
Second Symposium on Intercropping in
Semi-Arid Areas, Morogoro, Tanzania, 4-7
August 1980 / editors, C.L. Keswani and
B.J. Ndunguru. p 121-125. (NAL Call No.:
S603.5.S95 1980).

0106
A working bibliography on Farming
Systems Research.
East Lansing, Mich., The Research Group.
Working paper Farming Systems Research
Group, Michigan State University. Aug
1981. Aug 1981. (12). 22 p. (NAL Call
No.: 919562(AGE)).










Anderson, J.R. 4
Anderson, J.R.-Dillon, J.L. 86
Arauz, J.R. 14
Artis, J.W. 46
Axinn, G.H. 68, 74
Barker, R. 43, 88
Barlow, C. 63
Basuno, E. 72
Bernsten, R.H. 18
Bevacqua, R.F. 53
Biggs, S.-Collinson, M.-Harrington,
L.-Martinez, J.C.-Moscardi,
E.-Winkelmann, D. 80
Biggs, S.D. 24, 48, 77
Blackie, M.J. 94
Butler, W.H. 29
Byerlee, D. 44, 80
Casey, Frank. 10
Claar, J.B. 56
Collinson, M.P. 41, 105
Cornick, T.R. 30
Cortbaoui, R. 81
Coxhead, I.A. 100
Crawford, E.W. 25
Dardon, R.O. 42
Davidson, A.P. 16
Deans, R.J. 36
Diaz, A.-Contreras, M.-Peairs,
F.-Posner, J.~Rosales, F. 40
Eklund, P. 101
Elazegui, F.A. 79
Esmay, M.L. 34, 93
EXAGA. 12, 39, 95
Fernandes, Erick C. M. 9
Fleisher, B. 74
FONBA. 76
Frankenberger, Timothy R. 1
Freed, R.D. 69
Fresco, L.O. 67
Gallegos, P.-Cornick, T. 78
Gait, D. 40
Garrett, P. 91, 96
Gibbon, D. 48
Gilbert, E. 32, 60
Gilbert, E.H. 22
Gilbert, Elon H. 21
Gryseels, G. 12
Hansen, A. 85
Hardaker, J.B. 86
Harper, W.M. 20
Harrington, L.-Winkelmann, D.L. 44
Harrington, L.W. 64
Harwood, R.R. 11, 84
Heinemann, E. 24
Herdt, R.W. 18
Hildebrand, P.E. 45, 58
Hildebrand, Peter E. 75, 87
HJHSA. 53
Hoque, M. Zahidul. 13
Horton, D. 54, 59
Hyslop, J.D. 23
Ismail, I.G.-McIntosh, J.L. 50
JAGEA. 24
JAUSA. 100
dayasuriya, S.K.-Price, E.-Maranan,
C.-Roxas, N. 63
Johnson, S.H. III. 56, 102
Joshua, M.S. 2
Kampen, J. 33
Kirkby, R. 78
Knipscheer, H.C. 73
Krantz, B.A. 37
Lockeretz, W. 103
Macmillan, K.L. 5
Martinez, J.C. 14
Maxwell, S. 61, 92
McIntire, J. 12
McIntosh, J.L. 47


Meiman, J.R. 65
Menz, K.M. 73, 104
Mew, T.W. 79
Montgomery, J. 20
Muljadi, D. 50
NCTJB. 29
NETMA. 67
Norman, D.W. 51, 60
Norman, D.W.-Winch, F.E. 22
Norman, David W.-Winch, Fred. 21
Oasa, E.K. 71
Okali, C. 17
Okigbo, B.N. 15
Pearson, A.M. 19
Peteram, R.J. 72
Philipp, P. F. 28
Philipp, P. F.- Perry Fred,-
1913--Schmehl, W. R. 27
Philipp, P.F.-Shaner, W.W. 97
Plucknett, D.L. 83
Poey, Federico,. 75
RAGJA. 3
Remenyi, J.V. 100
Rosario, E.L. 31
RUSOA. 91
Sands, D.M. 39
Saville, D.G. 89
Schmehl, W.R. 55
Schriefer, T.S.-Diamond, J.E. 29
Schwass, R.H.-dones, R.B. 94
Servant, Jean.-Pinchinat, Antonio. 6
Shaner, W. W. 28
Shaner, W. W.- Willis W. 27
Shaner, W. W.- Willis W.-Philipp, P. F.-
Perry Fred,- 1913--Schmehl, W. R. 90
Shaner, W.W. 70, 99
Shumba, E.M. 3
Simmonds, N.W. 95
Sivakumar, M.V.K.-Reddy, S.d. 7, 8
SPANA. 48
Sumberg, J.E. 17
Swaminathan, M.S. 35
Swanson, L.E. 71
Tripp, Robert. 76
Virmani, S.M. 7, 8
Welsch, D.E. 52
Wilkinson, R.H. 26
William, R.D. 32
Wilson, K.K. 97
Youmans, D. 98
1913--Schmehl, W. R. 28
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