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Last modified October 05, 2009 13:16

Examples on diverging views on agriculture. Do you have examples on diverging views on agriculture, please send them to us. Kees Stigter, INSAM (cjstigter@usa.net)

A discussion between Mohan Reddy Vishwavaram and Kees Stigter on the situation of poor farmers in India — Last modified August 25, 2010 17:32
"A discussion between Mohan Reddy Vishwavaram and Kees Stigter on the situation of poor farmers in India" of 27 May of this year.
How can Africa feed itself: two views — Last modified June 16, 2010 17:00
LEISA Magazine 25 (3), p. 4.
A discussion between Mohan Reddy Vishwavaram and Kees Stigter on the situation of poor farmers in India — Last modified May 27, 2010 13:16
The following is a discussion between Mohan Reddy Vishwavaram, FORUM FOR TROPICAL WATER, Hyderabad, India, and Kees Stigter, INSAM, on the need of mobilization of poor farmers presently in a situation with no future, making use of a Viewpoint about the situation in Africa by P. Van der Zaag. 
A fourth example, a critique of the modern water science rolling back the (GR induced) climate change — Last modified October 26, 2009 16:16
A fourth example, a critique of the modern water science rolling back the (GR induced) climate change. Do you have examples on this subject or other diverging views on agriculture, please send them to us. Kees Stigter, INSAM (cjstigter@usa.net).
A third example, now on eating meat. Are we going to produce it smarter or just much less? — Last modified October 26, 2009 15:59
A third example, now on eating meat. Are we going to produce it smarter or just much less? Do you have examples on this subject or other diverging views on agriculture, please send them to us. Kees Stigter, INSAM (cjstigter@usa.net).
An example of rather different opinions on mechanisms of how the Sun and the Solar Cycle may influence global warming. — Last modified October 09, 2009 08:49
An example of rather different opinions on mechanisms of how the Sun and the Solar Cycle may influence global warming. They could be complementary though. Do you have examples on this subject or other diverging views on agriculture, please send them to us. Kees Stigter, INSAM (cjstigter@usa.net)
An example of wide diverging opinions on BioTechnology supported cotton growing in India. — Last modified October 05, 2009 13:13
An example of wide diverging opinions on BioTechnology supported cotton growing in India.
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