By: Donald Q Innis
179 pages, Figs, tabs
Intercropping is a widespread practice in developing countries which has many benefits: it usually results in greater yields, better conservation of soil, more effective use of natural resources, and keeps pests down. This pioneering book, based on extensive field studies in Jamaica, Nepal and India over many years, presents a comparative analysis of the practice of intercropping, where independent studies have recently indicated its worth and is finally becoming more widely recognised.
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