By: Lynne Chatterton and Brian Chatterton
355 pages, 3 tabs, 6 illus, 11 line diags
Explains how this sustainable farming method was developed in Australia, and how other farmers in other dryland zones can also benefit.
'... a deeply informed study ... a book which should be on the shelves of all libraries in institutions world-wide concerned with agricultural science, all aspects of developmental studies and relayed specialisations, as well as international agencies and NGOs'. MEWREW 'I enjoyed reading this text, partly because the enthusiasm of the authors comes through in their writing. It is well presented with good quality black and white photographs, text figures and tables.' Stephen Nortcliff, Annals of Botany
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