The facilitation of agricultural education in Thailand has been in existence and practiced for more than 100 years. This has been conducted in three forms: formal education; non-formal education; and informal education. There are three levels of agricultural education: basic education;...
One of our greatest challenges in the 21st century is how to sufficiently and sustainably feed nutritional and safe foods to the world population. Plant factory with artificial lighting (PFAL) is a closed plant production system. Regardless of environments outside, PFAL is considered as...
The importance of Thai processed food products (TPFPs) has increased as a major export product of Thai agricultural and agri-food sectors over the past few decades. Moreover, Thailand has become a key producer and exporter of traded processed food. In addition, the expansion of Thai...
This study aims to review the approaches and policies on smart farming for small-scale farming in Thailand. The opportunities and challenges of smart farming as well as initiatives policies are also discussed. Under the challenges in many aspects on the agricultural sector, such as...
Food industry significantly contributed to industrial GDP of Thailand with a strong backward linkage to the agricultural sector, the foundation of Thai economy. In general, Thai households have spent 33.9% of total expenditures on foods and beverages. Previously, Thai...
AffiliationDepartment of Agricultural Economics and Resources, Faculty of Economics, Kasetsart University
Latest Submission from Thailand
Agricultural Education System in Thailand: Policy and Direction towards Sustainable Development Goals
Current Situation, Direction, Policy Support, and Challenges of Plant Factories in Thailand
Thailand's Processed Food Exports: Pattern and Structure
Small-Scale Farmers under Thailand’s Smart Farming System
Towards the New Normal Lifestyle of Food Consumption in Thailand