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Egypt: population growth and food provision

Egypt: population growth and food provision

Geographische Rundschau 29(4): 98-107

The first part of the paper provides an introduction and outlines the problem. Part II deals with aspects of traditional Egyptian agriculture. Part III considers population growth and food margins and measures to raise agricultural productivity: (1) increasing cereal intensity; (2) land reform and co-operatives; (3) land reclamation; (4) intensification of livestock production.

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