Projecting potential impact of COVID-19 on major cereal crops in Senegal and Burkina Faso using crop simulation models
B.J. Middendorf and
Agricultural Systems, 2021, vol. 190, issue C
The rapid emergence of COVID-19 could have direct and indirect impacts on food production systems and livelihoods of farmers. From the farming perspective, disruption of critical input availability, supply chains and labor, influence crop management. Disruptions to food systems can affect (a) planting area; and (b) crop yields.
Keywords: COVID-19; Supply chain; Agriculture and economy; GDP; Crop model; Food security (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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