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The Effect of Reducing the Rice Area on Farmers’ Income in the A.R.E.

Salah Abd El-Mohsen, Wael Azat El-Abed, Amin Eldokla, Mohammed Husein Khalifa, Radwan Ammar, Howida Hassan Mohamed, Rasha Ahmed Farag, Amal Eid Elseheme, 2020


________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Department of Economic Analysis for Agricultural Commodities, Agricultural Economics Research Institute (AERI), Agricultural Research Centre (ARC), April 2020. ________________________________________________________________________________________________

The Competitiveness of the Egyptian Onion in the Most important Foreign Markets

Hanaa Abd El latef, Isabil Zakhary, Wael Azat El-Abed, Amal Eid Elseheme, 2020


________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Department of Economic Analysis for Agricultural Commodities, Agricultural Economics Research Institute (AERI), Agricultural Research Centre (ARC),ِ April 2020. ________________________________________________________________________________________________

Study of the economic analysis of the value chain of fattening poultry in Gharbia Governorate

Hanaa Abd El latef, Wael Azat El-Abed, Salah Abd El-Mohsen, Amin Eldokla, Howida Hassan Mohamed, 2020


_______________________________________________________________________________________________ • Department of Economic Analysis for Agricultural Commodities, Agricultural Economics Research Institute (AERI), Agricultural Research Centre (ARC), July 2020. _______________________________________________________________________________________________

An Economic Analysis for Production of Sugar Beet and Sugar Cane Crops in Egypt

Ahmed Shebl, 2020


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An Analytical Economic Study of Land Reclamation A Case Study of the "Bani Sweif Governorate"

Ali Mohamed Ahmed, Mahmoud Abd El Haleem, Essam Yousif, Hanan Mostafa, Amal Saleh, 2020


_______________________________________________________________________________________________ • Department of The Land and Water Economics Research, Agricultural Economics Research Institute (AERI), Agricultural Research Centre (ARC), April 2020. _______________________________________________________________________________________________

Economic efficiency of potato crop production in the new lands (Case study in Giza govern orate)

Sanaa Mohamed Sadek, Eman El-Batran, 2020


_______________________________________________________________________________________________ Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University, Vol.(65), No.(1), February 2020. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ The potato crop is an important agricultural commodity domestically,both for consumption and at the national level for export. it is considered an important source of national agricultural income. Egypt ranks the sixth among potato exproters ,with an average export value of about 7.209 billion pounds during the period (2013- 2018), thus can be relied upon to save part of the foreign exchange. The problem of research focused on the decline in the area of the potato crop in the agricultural seasons new lands of Giza Governorate, especially the Nile season, which represents about 42.67% of the total area of the new lands in the Republic. Especially in view of the high production costs of the new lands of the potato crop as a result of the high production prices requirements,particularly those of prices of summer season seeds imported from abroad, increased of seeds to be grown in the new lands that make farmers reluctant to grow potato crop. So the research was aimed to examine the production situation of the potato crop in the new lands of Giza governorate, as a case study,given that giza governorate is one of the areas classified by the reports of the "Potato Brown Rot Project"it is free from infection with bacteria that causes brown rot. So it can measure the productions and costs functions of the potato corp and estimate the derivatives that benefit to know for determining unit cost of production and determining efficiency in the use of productive resources. The results :(1) Results showed that most potato farmers are in the initial phase of production function in short run, where the elasticity of production functions is about 1.23, 1.407, and 1.03 for the agricultural seasons of the potato crop.(2)The cost elasticity amounted to about 0.81, 0.64 and 0.95 meaning the production of potatoes in the seasons it takes place in the phase of increasing returns to scale.(3)The price elasticity seasons reached about 0.208, 0.130, 0.443 in the short run at prevailing market prices, so that means the supply response of potatoes crop non-resilient. While the price elasticity in the long run period amounted to 2.4, 1.2, and 2.0, the potatoes crop is flexible for price changes. Research recommends: 1. The production elements available for the crop should be remixed so as to optimize the use of the elements and achieve economic efficiency. 2. Elicitation of new varieties at the horticultural research institute to produce special local varieties for the summer season to bring a balance in price and expansion of tissue culture to increase production and diversify sources of seed production. 3. Encouragement potato farmers to use chemical analysis of the soil to identify optimal quantities of various fertilizers. _______________________________________________________________________________________________

Analytical study of Egyptian agricultural exports of strawberries and grapes to world markets

Doaa Mohamed Morsy, Manal Elkheshin, Doaa Abdelsalam Ismail, 2020


_______________________________________________________________________________________________ • Department of Regional Research and Studies, Agricultural Economics Research Institute (AERI), Agricultural Research Centre (ARC), June 2020. _______________________________________________________________________________________________

Water Footprint and Quantification of Virtual Water for The Most Important Field Crops in Egypt

Nadia Gamaa, Amal Mohamed Gad, Said Abd El-Rahman, Fifi Hanna, Mahmoud Abd El Haleem, Hanan Mostafa, Amal Saleh, 2020


Can Irrigation Water Saving Options Cope with Water Scarcity in Egypt?

Enas Abbas Mohammed SALEH, 2020


________________________________________________________________________________________________ • International Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Research (IJAAER), Department of Agriculture-Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Vol. (6), Issue (2), 2414-8245 (E), June 2020. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ Egypt is faced by potential water scarcity due to increasing water demand. Hence, agriculture is under stress due to increasing competition for available water. Water-saving efforts should be made, especially in the old lands where irrigation pressing problems prevails, to increase water use efficiency in agriculture. This study attempts to answer two questions: What would happen if water-saving technologies and practices were scaled?up over the old lands during (2013-2017)? What is the impact of using such technologies and practices on water consumption and efficiency and food security in Egypt? Quantitative methods of analysis were used for published data to address both questions; water consumption, saving, efficiency, and self-sufficiency. The results show that laser levelling ranked first in terms of water saving for most crops, followed by the technology package promoted by the Integrated Irrigation Improvement and Management Project, dry planting, deficit irrigation, and alternate furrow irrigation. Laser levelling, the technology package, deficit irrigation, dry planting, raised bed planting, and alternate furrow irrigation were the best alternatives from water productivity standpoints whereas, laser levelling, the technology package, deficit irrigation, and raised bed planting gained the highest economic efficiency for most crops. Using most of these technologies and practices improved the self-sufficiency. ________________________________________________________________________________________________

Sustainable Food Security Via Climate–Smart Agriculture

Youssef Hamada Abd El-rahman, 2020


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