High-yield find more population feed a growing world population?

High-yield find more population feed a growing world population?This year, the world and especially the developing countries and the poor both food and energy crisis have been taken. As a result, prices for many staple foods up to 100 percent up to 100 percent. If we examine the causes of the food crisis, a growing population, changes in trade patterns, urbanization, dietary changes, biofuel production, and climate change and regional droughts are all responsible. So we have a classic increase in prices due to high demand and low supply. But few commentators express the declining availability of water that is needed to grow irrigated and rain-irrigated plants.

To consider better water storage. Ethiopia, which sub-Saharan sub-Saharan African countries, has a water storage capacity of 38 cubic meters per person. Australia has almost 5000 cubic meters per person, an amount that may be insufficient in view of the current impact of climate change. While there is a need for new large and medium dams with this critical lack of storage in Africa is deal, are other, simpler solutions also part of the equation. These include the construction of small dams, sustainable use of ground water, including artificial groundwater recharge and rainwater harvesting for smallholder farmers vegetable gardens. Improved year-round access to water will help to markets. Their own food security using simple supplementary irrigation techniques. The redesign of both the physical and institutional arrangements of some large and often dysfunctional irrigation systems also brings the necessary productivity.Kopek Federal Act, Perkins G, Miller DJ, Ellisman MH, Ahlquist P Three-dimensional analysis to a viral RNA replication complex reveals a virus – induced miniature -organelle. PLoS Biol 5 : e220. Doi: 10.1371/journal. Click here.

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