Edited By: WC Moldenhauer and NW Hudson
Identifies common principles and suggests how they might be applied in agricultural development projects to increase the chances of success. A prominent theme throughout the book is the need to view the conservation of soil and water resources as an integral part of agricultural development efforts and not to look on conservation as something apart from agriculture to be undertaken as time and money permit.
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