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2017 Global Agricultural Productivity Report (GAP Report)

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Global Harvest Initiative's annual 2017 GAP Report: A World of Productive Sustainable Agriculture explores the diversity of challenges farmers face and how they seek to surmount them.

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2017 Global Agricultural Productivity Report (GAP Report)

  1. 1. MEMBER COMPANIES CONSULTATIVE PARTNERS
  2. 2. A World of Productive Sustainable Agriculture #GAPReport
  3. 3. GLOBAL AGRICULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY IMPERATIVE
  4. 4. WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE? Satisfies human needs Enhances environmental quality and the natural resource base Sustains the economic vitality of food and agriculture systems Improves the lives of producers and society as a whole
  5. 5. SUSTAINABLE GROWTH Sustainable growth meets the needs of the present while enabling future generations to meet their own needs. -United Nations Improving productivity helps farmers manage risk and builds their capacity to balance current demands with future needs.
  6. 6. SUSTAINABLE GROWTH Improving productivity helps farmers manage risk and builds their capacity to balance current demands with future needs.
  7. 7. PRODUCTIVITY IS DIFFERENT FROM… OUTPUT GROSS AMOUNT OF CROPS OR LIVESTOCK PRODUCED YIELD AMOUT OF OUTPUT PER UNIT OF PRODUCTION
  8. 8. TOTAL FACTOR PRODUCTIVITY MEASURES CHANGES IN THE EFFICIENCY INTO OUTPUTS ARE TRANSFORMED WITH WHICH INPUTS
  9. 9. WHY PRODUCTIVITY? TFP is an indicator of INNOVATION ADOPTION TFP is an indicator of SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE USE
  10. 10. SUSTAINABLY MEETING INDIA’S MILK DEMAND 54% of the increase in global milk demand over the next 10 years will be in India India will need an additional 56 million gallons of milk to meet demand
  11. 11. SUSTAINABLY MEETING INDIA’S MILK DEMAND
  12. 12. STRATEGIES FOR MEETING GLOBAL DEMAND LAND EXPANSION INTENSIFICATION OF INPUTS EXTEND IRRIGATION PRODUCTIVITY
  13. 13. GLOBAL SOURCES OF GROWTH IN AG OUTPUT
  14. 14. SOURCES OF GROWTH IN AG OUTPUT HIGH-INCOME COUNTRIES
  15. 15. SOURCES OF GROWTH IN AG OUTPUT LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES
  16. 16. FOOD DEMAND GAP 2030
  17. 17. FARMER AND CONSUMER PERSPECTIVES
  18. 18. CONSUMERS CONSIDERATIONS How do I ensure my food is safe and nutritious? I like convenience and selection, but price is important too. What is the environmental impact of the food I eat?
  19. 19. JERRY AND EMMA U.S.
  20. 20.  Improved crop genetics, including biotechnology & new gene-editing technologies  Mechanization and precision agriculture systems  No-till system of cropping  Improved pork genetics and health products, care practices PRODUCTIVE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES AND TECHNOLOGIES
  21. 21. JERRY AND EMMA’S SUSTAINABILITY IMPERATIVE  Diversify with multiple crops and quality pork products  Rotate crops and plant cover crops  Invest in new barns and adopt best-care practices  Advance new trade opportunities  Connect with consumers
  22. 22. PARTNERSHIPS FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY Advanced Seed Breeding 4R Nutrient Stewardship 4R Advocates Soil Health Partnership Precision Agriculture
  23. 23. PARTNERSHIPS FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY Animal Care and Reducing Emissions Animal-Use-Only Antibiotics
  24. 24. KRISHNAAND GITA INDIA
  25. 25. PRODUCTIVE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES AND TECHNOLOGIES  Bt Cotton  Radio Extension Programs  Drip Irrigation  Diversification
  26. 26.  Access to Finance  Mechanization  Climate Change  Storage and Marketing KRISHNAAND GITA’S SUSTAINABILITY IMPERATIVE
  27. 27. PARTNERSHIPS FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY Balanced Crop Nutrition & Water ManagementMechanized Rice Farming Mobile Digital Platforms for Agronomic & Market Advice Transforming Higher Education
  28. 28. ESTER AND DALMANI KENYA
  29. 29. PRODUCTIVE SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES AND TECHNOLOGIES  Improved barn and milking area  Co-operative member  Nutritious fodder  Veterinary services
  30. 30.  Inconsistent payments  Insufficient cold storage  Animal disease  Additional research and partnerships ESTER AND DALMANI’S SUSTAINABILITY IMPERATIVE
  31. 31. PARTNERSHIPS FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY Collaborative Research for Africa Access to Veterinary Care and Medicine Dairy Market Development
  32. 32. Minh and Trang Vietnam Rice, Shrimp and Corn Doña Rosa and Don Julio Colombia Silvopastoral System
  33. 33. POLICIES FOR PRODUCTIVE SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE

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