1. 1995-12-01 Mountain agriculture has attracted attention both for its complex adaptation to particular circumstances, and for its marginality and instability in a changing world. Irrigation plays a range of roles in mountain farming systems and their dynamics or change. Hill Irrigation examines the...
  2. A good practical guide for the vegetable production student. A breakthrough in documentation of proven methods in flatland and hillside cultivation of tropical vegetables. Designed especially for today's progressive farmer.
  3. This paper first introduces the major characteristics of mountain areas and their operational implications. These characteristics called mountain specificities here, include inaccessibility, fragility, marginality, diversity, niche, and people's adaptation mechanisms in these habitats. The...
  4. 1995-01-01 Sound crop and soil management such as the use of fertilizers and lime, pest and disease control, optimum planting densities and patterns, selection of appropriate crop varieties among others are fundamental to diminish soil erosion and achieve greate ryields. From the study it may be concluded...
  5. Key Resource 1990-01-19 "Mindanao Baptist Rural Life Center, Mag-uugmad Foundation, Incorporated/World Neighbors." Papers presented at the Workshop on Sustainable Agriculture in the Uplands, held in the Philippines from Aug. 25 to Sept. 9, 1989.