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The effects of tractorization in rice culture in the Philippines


, : The effects of tractorization in rice culture in the Philippines. Dissertation Abstracts International A, Humanities and Social Sciences 50(8): p.2585

The objective of this research was to investigate how tractor use affects farm output, farm employment and farm expansion in the Philippines. The availability of data from an extensive survey conducted in the Philippines in 1979/80 by the International Rice Research Institute offered the opportunity to investigate the issue of mechanization further.

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