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The ability of Tephrosia hedgerows to maintain and increase productivity of hill rice

, : The ability of Tephrosia hedgerows to maintain and increase productivity of hill rice. Forest Research Newsletter Bai Bang ( 6): 37-38 (En), 39-40 (Vietnamese)

Preliminary results are reported from Yen Lap cooperative, Yen Huong commune, Ham Yen district, Tuyen Quang province, Vietnam, which suggest that alley cropping rice with contour hedgerows of T. candida (which both conserve the soil and increase its fertility through the addition of thinnings) improves rice productivity of the site.

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