The context in which agronomy research takes place has changed fundamentally over the last 40 years, with important implications for the discipline. Systematic study of the new politics of agronomy is particularly important in an era when the whole basis of global and sustainable food security is under question. One critical challenge is to analyse the forces driving claims on the universality of technology and approaches.
Sumberg, J.; Thompson, J.; Woodhouse, P. The changing politics of agronomy research. Outlook On Agriculture (2013) 42 (2) 81-83. [DOI: 10.5367/oa.2013.0122]