Forest farming: towards a solution to problems of world hunger and conservation
Intermediate Technology Publications, 1984 - Social Science - 207 pages
The integration of tree & other farming can establish a sounder ecological balance & greater productivity of food & materials for clothing, fuel & shelter. The book suggests planting & cropping methods, & a range of potentially useful trees.
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Revitalising the Rural Areas
Trees and Man
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