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Biotechnology and the Future of World Agriculture

By: H Hobbelink
159 pages, Tabs, figs.
Publisher: Zed Books
Biotechnology and the Future of World Agriculture
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  • Biotechnology and the Future of World Agriculture ISBN: 9780862328375 Paperback Apr 1991 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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This highly readable account of biotechnology and its effects on Third World countries should be read by all development specialists, agriculturalists and policy makers.

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By: H Hobbelink
159 pages, Tabs, figs.
Publisher: Zed Books
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