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Integration of mediculture with agriculture for sustainable higher productivity, profits and employment



Integration of mediculture with agriculture for sustainable higher productivity, profits and employment



Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences 22(1B): 751-754



Preliminary investigations on the profitability of certain highly productive crop rotations involving cereals, pulses, sugar and oilseed crops and selected short-duration medicinal and aromatic (mediculture) crops suitable for use in the various agroclimatic zones of India were carried out.

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