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Agricultural research and technology transfer


, : Agricultural research and technology transfer. Agricultural research and technology transfer: xv + 841pp.

The improvement of agricultural production is the essential first step whereby developing countries can hope to raise their standard of living. Research is therefore an activity in which no underdeveloped country can afford not to engage.

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DOI: 10.1016/0308-521X(91)90090-W

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