Edited By: RP Singh, JF Parr and BA Stewart
378 pages, 84 figs,70 tabs
The continuing growth in world population demands the development of long-term sustainable dryland farming systems. This book presents strategies for productive, profitable and environmentally sound farming systems for both the dryland/rained areas of the United States and the arid and semiarid regions of the developing world. Topics covered include: Soil & Water Conservation; Erosion; Tillage; Residue Management; Integration of Crops & Livestock; Biological Diversity; Economics.
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