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Capital and credit needs of Western Himalayan farmers for agro-forestry

, : Capital and credit needs of Western Himalayan farmers for agro-forestry. Agricultural Situation in India 45(9): 589-591

Agroforestry is a land-use system which helps to generate a sustained agricultural product base, reduce the rural population's dependence on natural forests and prevent environmental degradation. The success of the system has been limited in the Western Himalayas, however, where there is a shortage of inputs and financial resources.

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