A. lack of infrastructural facilities
B. rural-urban migration
C. inadequate supply of fertilizer
D. low level of technology
Option A – lack of infrastructural facilities
Infrastructures are the basic facilities that help a government or community run, including roads, schools, phone lines, sewage treatment plants and power generation.
Lack of infrastructural facilities is a major setback on the income of farmers, because as rural dwellers who are into farming do not have access to the necessary amenities that aides farming, it will affect the income they are meant to generate from the sales of their commodities.
For instance, if roads leading to the rural areas are in bad shapes, it affects the transportation of farm produce to its desired market, most of which are perishable goods. The farm produce end up getting bad before it can be sold in the market.