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Toward a Sustainable Agriculture: Farming Practices and Water Use
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Toward a Sustainable Agriculture: Farming Practices and Water Use

Series on Frontiers in Sustainability: Volume 1

Pages: XIV, 120
Published: January 2017
Price: 47.50 CHF / USD / EUR
Format: Hard Cover

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Table of Contents

  • Farmer’s Choice of Drought Coping Strategies to Sustain Productivity in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
    by Nomalanga Mary Mdungela, Yonas Tesfamariam Bahta and Andries Johannes Jordaan
  • Applying a Decision Support Model to Investigate the Influence of Precision Agriculture Practices on Sustainable Crop Production
    by Frikkie Alberts Maré and Hendrik Petrus Maré
  • Factors Affecting Sheep Theft in the Free State Province of South Africa
    by Willem Lombard, Walter van Niekerk, Antonie Geyer and Henry Jordaan
  • Preface to “Toward a Sustainable Agriculture: Farming Practices and Water Use”
    by Henry Jordaan
  • Maximizing Rainfall in Lowland Paddy Rice through Water Depths Control and Alternate Wetting and Drying Irrigation Technique in Southern Taiwan
    by Victoriano Joseph Pascual and Yu-Min Wang
  • Sustainability of Irrigating Winter Wheat in the East of England—Adaptation at What Cost?
    by Daniel El Chami and André Daccache
  • Designing a Pattern of Participatory Management with the Approach of Economic Sustainability in Northern Iran (Case Study: Fereydoon Kenar Wetland)
    by Najmeh Daryaei, Mehdi Mirdamadi, Jamal F. Hosseini, Samad Rahimi Soureh and Reza Arjomandi
  • The Use of Indigenous Knowledge in Subsistence Farming: Implications for Sustainable Agricultural Production in Dikgale Community in Limpopo Province, South Africa
    by Sejabaledi Agnes Rankoana
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