Proposta metodológica para a transferência da tecnologia ILPF em pastagens, transferência do conhecimento e informação técnica para produtores rurais
Nery, Liliane Moreira
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Agricultural production practices that are not based on a conservation approach contribute to accelerated soil erosion, depleting this important resource and negatively impacting water resources. Thus, more sustainable production technologies, such as integrated crop-livestock-forest (ICLF), have been considered technological alternatives that allow the intensification of land use, ensuring gains, due to increased productivity, while they guarantee environmental benefits, such as reducing the causes of physical, chemical and biological soil degradation. Therefore, the present document delimited priority areas for the transfer of ICLF technology in the Pirajibu-Mirim River Watershed, proposing a methodology based on the strategic planning of technology transfer, using multi-criteria analysis in a geographic information system. Institutions that could help with this technology were also recognized. Different institutions need to fortify their relations with rural producers, and their intra and inter-institutional relations to transfer the ICLF technology so that this study points out that the farmers in the area under analysis have difficulties regarding access to infrastructure, assistance, and technical information, factors-key to the adoption of the ICLF. A mobile application was developed as a proposal to centralize data from institutions that work in agricultural research and development, as well as rural information and technology transfer, facilitating farmer’s access to this data.
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