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Pacific Regional Agricultural Programme, Project 1 - Farming Systems in Low Lands. Agroforestry research and practices in the Pacific: reports and papers from the Second Annual Meeting of Collaborators, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 22-26 April 1996


, : Pacific Regional Agricultural Programme, Project 1 - Farming Systems in Low Lands. Agroforestry research and practices in the Pacific: reports and papers from the Second Annual Meeting of Collaborators, Port Vila, Vanuatu, 22-26 April 1996. PRAP Report Pacific Regional Agricultural Programme ( 3): xx + 312 pp.

PRAP Project 1 is part of Phase II of the Pacific Regional Agricultural Programme, a 4-yr agricultural development programme coordinated from Fiji, financed by the European Development Fund Pacific ACP Regional Programme. These proceedings address the specific subject of agroforestry in the Pacific under PRAP Project 1. After welcoming and opening addresses, 31 papers are presented in 4 sections. Section I, Introduction has one paper introducing the meeting (Rogers, S.).

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