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  1. This Special Publication records in considerable detail, the ideas, concepts, and experiences of 19 outstanding scientist who have observed crop tolerances to different stresses associated with suboptimal land conditions in different parts of the world. The 15 papers included in this Special...
  2. 1991-01-01 286 pages
  3. 1979-01-01 721 pages, illustrated, photos
  4. The purpose of this book is to provide a simple synthesis of the research on novel agroecosystems and technologies and an analysis of ecologically based farms, for the purpose of establishing the scientific basis of alternative agriculture. This book is an urgent call to all students of...
  5. By 2050, the world population is expected to reach nine billion. And the challenge of feeding this rapidly growing population is being made greater by climate change, which will increasingly wreak havoc on the way we produce our food. At the same time, we have lost touch with the soil—few of us...
  6. The present study is a further contribution to the discussion of the principles and methods of sustainable agricultural development which appeared in the Kotschi and Adelhelm report on ecofarming.
  7. This book explains the use of an ecological way of farming, with modern practical applications, to make the fullest use of land resources and the best utilization of available capital and labour. In analyzing the vital relationship between soil, plant, animal and man, the author discusses the...
  8. Key Resource 1999-01-19 PERMACOPIEA TWO; THE ENDEMIC, INDIGENOUS, & POLYNESIAN SPECIES of HAWAII, is the most important book for Hawaii. This would be the first place to identify the appropriate & sustaining plants for these islands. It includes information on 235 important plants from ‘A’ALI’I through YAM.
  9. This book discussespractical design for town and country in permanent agriculture.
  10. An Acres U.S.A. Primer is a primer in the sense that very little in the book runs beyond the comprehension of a person blessed with average intelligence and a fair education. It assumes no great knowledge of chemistry, botany, entomology or soil physics. But those who study this book will handle...