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(Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Agriculture) a type of farming in which most of the produce (subsistence crop) is consumed by the farmer and his family, leaving little or nothing to be marketed
farming that provides for the farm family's needs with little surplus for marketing.
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Among the Kodi and other comparable subsistence farming communities, she says, igniting fire is a recurring activity through which they become knowledgeable about their environments and shape their surroundings to select for qualities they prefer in the spaces where they live.
He added, The projects will help transform subsistence farming of the people living around the project area into a market oriented surplus farming.
A hasty privatisation programme after independence in the 1990s aided the decline, when small plots of state-owned land were handed to millions of farmers, saving them from starvation but creating an inefficient subsistence farming.
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