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Intercropping and the Scientific Basis of Traditional Agriculture

by Donald Innis Intermediate Technology Publications
Pub Date:
07/1997
ISBN:
9781853393280
Format:
Pbk 192 pages
Price:
AU$54.99 NZ$56.51
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A technique of interest to cultivators as it gives better & more natural pest control, conservation, soil erosion prevention etc by alternating the planting of crops grown

Introduction vi; 1 The nature of intercropping 1; 2 Intercropping in the Christiana area of; Jamaica 34; 3 Intercropping in Nepal 66; 4 Intercropping in India 76; 5 The Earth's soil and its future 102; 6 Social and economic implications of; agricultural practices 107; Appendix 1, Land equivalent ratios 113; Appendix 2, Plant names 163; Bibliography 165

The late Donald Q.Innis was Professor and Chairman of the Department of Geography, State University of New York at Geneseo, NY, for twenty-five years. In addition, he also taught at Chicago and Kington, Ontario. This study represents the culmination of Dr Innis' work on traditional agriculture.