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Nepalese Agriculture in the pretext of climate change and sustainability: Nepalese traditional agriculture is characterized by subsistence oriented mixed farming with crop and livestock as major components. Due to lack of improved technologies, required inputs, poor communication and extension services in the pretext of climate variability and global warming both of these major components have been facing challenges in increasing productivity and sustainable yield. This issue of the Nepalese Journal of Agricultural Sciences (NepJAS) 2017, Vol.15 has a good collection of 24 original articles, 3 research notes, 4 case studies and 1 review article to address various questions, limitations and challenges. We have made a brief review of these articles and summarized.

Authors: B. P. Chaulagain and B. P. Rajbhandari
NEPALESE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (2016 Vol-14)

This is the full journal of the year 2016, vol 14.

Authors: Various
NEPALESE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (2015 Vol-13)

This is the full journal of the year 2015, vol 13.

Authors: Various
NEPALESE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (2014 Vol-12)

This is the full journal of the year 2014, vol 12.

Authors: Various
NEPALESE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (2013 Vol-11)

This is the full journal of the year 2013, vol 11.

Authors: Various
NEPALESE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (2012 Vol-10)

This is the full journal of the year 2012, vol 10.

Authors: Various
NEPALESE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES (2011 Vol-9)

This is the full journal of the year 2011, vol 9.

Authors: Various