Other Pages: Also See Results in: All Books Online Reading

Farming Free eBooks (1)

ISBN: 9067546453, 9789067546454
Author: Tilburg, A.van.
Source: www.ebookdb.org
Keywords: sierra, leone, northwest, households, diversification, farming, livelihood
Formats: Read Online And/Or Other Formats
Copyrights: General Copyright

Publisher: International Potato CenterPublished Time: International Potato CenterPages: 36......
ISBN: 9533073810, 9789533073811
Author: Raumjit Nokkoul
Source: www.intechopen.com
Keywords: farming, organic, research
Formats:PDF
Copyrights: Creative Commons

Edited by: Raumjit NokkoulISBN 978-953-307-381-1, Hard cover, 186 pagesPublisher: InTechPublication date: December 2011Subject: Agricultural and Biological Sciences This book has emerged as a consequence of the difficulties we experienced in finding information when we first started researching. The goal was to produce a book where as many existing studies as possible could be presented in a sing......
ISBN: 9251050554, 9789251050552
Author: David Little
Source: www.ebookdb.org
Keywords: systems, farming, fish, livestock, integrated
Formats: Read Online And/Or Other Formats
Copyrights: General Copyright

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.Published Time: Food & Agriculture Org.Pages: 192Integrated farming in Asia is either considered an eco-friendly good that should be preserved for environmental reasons or a poor practice that will soon be superseded by industrial aquaculture. This report finds that most livestock-fish integration is sound business conducted by entrepreneurs accessing urban market......
ISBN: 9251044589, 9789251044582
Author: J. M. Suttie
Source: www.ebookdb.org
Keywords: farming, pastoral, conditions, scale, small, straw, conservation, hay
Formats: Read Online And/Or Other Formats
Copyrights: General Copyright

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.Published Time: Food & Agriculture Org.Pages: 324Hay is the oldest and most important conserved fodder, and it can be made with simple equipment, manually or with mechanization. Many small-scale farmers make hay and store crop residues to carry livestock through periods of shortage. Practices vary in different parts of the world, but follow some basic principles. ......
Author: James A. Dewar
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: agricultural, revolution, seeds, farming, polyculture, perennial
Formats:PDF
Copyrights: Copyrighted

James Dewar presents arguments in favor of perennial polyculture farming as a positive contribution to a wide variety of global problems and suggests actions that should be taken to explore that promise further. He explains perennial polyculture farming and differences between it and annual monoculture farming. He explores its association with reversing environmental degradation; redressing the lo......
(Total 6 ) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next