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This helpful book has been provided free of charge by the Aloha House to the wider network. For more information, please contact Keith Mikkelson, the author. This book is an important work for tropical agriculture. This book covers material that is extremely useful for the day-to-day operation of a farm or garden. It contains planning material that takes into account logistics as well as timetables.
Agricultural systems are amended ecosystems with a variety of properties. Modern agroecosystems have tended towards high through-flow systems, with energy supplied by fossil fuels directed out of the system either deliberately for harvests or accidentally through side effects. In the coming decades, resource constraints over water, soil, biodiversity and land will affect agricultural systems. Sustainable agroecosystems are those tending to have a positive impact on natural, social and human capital, while unsustainable systems feed back to deplete these assets, leaving fewer for the future. Sustainable intensification SI is defined as a process or system where agricultural yields are increased without adverse environmental impact and without the conversion of additional non-agricultural land. The concept does not articulate or privilege any particular vision or method of agricultural production. Rather, it emphasizes ends rather than means, and does not pre-determine technologies, species mix or particular design components.
Browsing Category. Principal and Difference Between Sustainable Agriculture. Classifications of Cropping System. Management of Tree Species. Benefits or Advantages of Integrated Farming System. Overall Effects of Competition and Factors of Enterprises. What is System Approach?
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