By: Joy Tivy
296 pages, Illus
Analyses the nature of the relationships between crops, livestock and the bio-physical environment, and the extent to which man has managed and modified the products and environment to suit his own particular needs. Covers both temperate and tropical agriculture. Useful to a wide variety of students and practitioners.
This should be compulsory reading -- New Scientist
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