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Articles about: Agroclimate and sustainable land management

Adding a soil fertility dimension to the global farming systems approach, with cases from Africa — Last modified October 24, 2006 12:53
Smaling, E.M.A. , Dixon, J. Adding a soil fertility dimension to the global farming systems approach, with cases from Africa Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment Volume 116, Issue 1-2, August 2006, Pages 15-26
Policy, technology, and management strategies for achieving sustainable agricultural intensification — Last modified October 14, 2006 11:11
Lee, D.R. , Barrett, C.B., McPeak, J.G. Policy, technology, and management strategies for achieving sustainable agricultural intensification Agricultural Economics Volume 34, Issue 2, March 2006, Pages 123-127
Principles of development of a mass balance N cycle model for temperate grasslands: An Irish case study — Last modified October 23, 2006 17:24
Prado, A.D. , Brown, L., Schulte, R., Ryan, M., Scholefield, D. Principles of development of a mass balance N cycle model for temperate grasslands: An Irish case study Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems Volume 74, Issue 2, February 2006, Pages 115-131
Resource management, soil fertility and sustainable crop production: Experiences of China — Last modified October 23, 2006 17:14
Yang, H.S. Resource management, soil fertility and sustainable crop production: Experiences of China Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment Volume 116, Issue 1-2, August 2006, Pages 27-33
The California rice cropping system: Agronomic and natural resource issues for long-term sustainability — Last modified October 23, 2006 11:44
Hill, J.E. , Williams, J.F., Mutters, R.G., Greer, C.A. The California rice cropping system: Agronomic and natural resource issues for long-term sustainability. Paddy and Water Environment Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2006, Pages 13-19
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