Sugarcane is one of the important economic crops of Thailand. It’s a raw material in the cane and sugar industry, and animal feeds and is also used as an energy crop for ethanol production. Sugarcane leaf burning was the common management for sugarcane harvesting process which...
Diets are shaped by food systems that determine population nutrition and are associated with population health outcomes. To improve food systems for healthier diets, effective policies and actions that address key determinants of the food systems are needed. This study aimed to...
In Upper Northern Thailand, most of native chicken farmers in rural areas are elderly. This paper provides an analysis of commercial viability of native chicken farming as an alternative for job opportunities among elder farmers in Phayao Province. Since all processes could not be...
This study aims to mainly review the approaches, current state, and policies on Thai farmers' digital literacy, under the challenges in many aspects of farmers' digital literacy who operate on a small scale and lack skills and resources, and are facing aging and less educated in...
This article reviews the Thai dairy industry in the perspective of its history, current situation, and the trend for its future development. The data from the Thai Milk Board is used to illustrate the industry situation in the past and present. The prospective viewpoint is depicted from...
AffiliationDepartment of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University
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Utilization of Sugarcane Trash To Improve Soil Fertility
Implementation of Government Policies and Actions to Orient Food Systems towards Healthier Diets in Thailand
Ageing Rural Population and Job Opportunities: A Case of Native Chicken Farming
Thai Farmers' Digital Literacy: Current State and Policy Implications
Towards Sustainability of the Dairy Industry in Thailand