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Academic & Professional Books  Ecology  Ecological Theory & Practice

The Ecology of Intercropping

By: J Vandermeer
248 pages, B/w photos, line diagrams
The Ecology of Intercropping
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  • The Ecology of Intercropping ISBN: 9780521346894 Paperback Aug 1992 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
  • The Ecology of Intercropping ISBN: 9780521345927 Hardback Mar 1989 Out of Print #6825
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Applies classical ecological principles to the subject.


Preface; 1. Introduction: intercrops and ecology; 2. The measurement of intercrop performance; 3. The competitive production principle; 4. Facilitation; 5. Mechanisms of the competitive production principle; 6. The environments modified to produce facilitation; 7. Special problems in intercrops involving perennials; 8. Weeds and intercrops; 9. Variability and intercrops; 10. Planning intercrops - a phenomenological approach; 11. Planning intercrops - a mechanistic approach; 12. Critical research directions for the future; References; Author index; Subject index.

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By: J Vandermeer
248 pages, B/w photos, line diagrams
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' ... an important step in the development of a theoretical framework for evaluating and designing intercrops.' Trends in Ecology and Evolution
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