Vikash Kumar Meena
Rajasthan College of Agriculture, MPUAT, Udaipur (Raj.)
Unexpected difficulties relating to the primary sector are emerging in the previous few decades, which have been marked by strong environmental, topographical, and socioeconomic financial changes, and they require scholars an understanding of Reformulation of both the conceptual and technological tools utilized in applied research is urgently required. The current approach, which is characterized by the innovation of a complex system and aims to create sustainable and shared opportunities through institutional and economic development. Those who are currently employed by public or commercial organizations focused on research for innovation struggle to keep their specialized fields of study, but within integrated programs where technical Political, institutional, and organizational difficulties interact with scientific and organizational factors. Innovation can address a variety of concerns, including new markets, technology, goods, institutions, and policies. Planning development initiatives with the main goal of ensuring a healthy environment seems appropriate for the set of scientific and conceptual instruments established within the agro-ecology area. Sustainable management of all the resources used in agricultural production, with an emphasis on food security, national autonomy, and rural landscape preservation. Without ignoring the interactions to scientific, technological, and socio-economic factors, it is possible to identify the relationships between both the internal and the system structures and functions at different levels of complexity of country by studying a target agro-ecosystem, ultimately moving towards science aimed at conflict resolution. Supporting the planning and execution of agro-ecosystem management practices is undoubtedly essential given the challenges that agricultural growth will confront in the coming decades. Finding the information and communication systems that farmers and policymakers need to deal with rapidly changing conditions in a complex system is particularly important for empowering all the stakeholders involved in the research, development, dissemination, and application of new methods and technologies. Universities and research institutes can serve as institutional facilitators of discussion and development policies among many stakeholders, igniting involvement and developing collaborative problem-solving techniques for agricultural development.