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An attempt to systematize different types of ecological farming in tropical-subtropical locations

, : An attempt to systematize different types of ecological farming in tropical-subtropical locations. Tropenlandwirt 84(October): 209-223

The range of farming systems found in tropical and subtropical regions is outlined and attempts to introduce appropriate systems to ecologically marginal situations far from markets are discussed.

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