By I. Arnon
This e-book presents a entire overview of current wisdom of the agriculture of dry lands, with distinct emphasis on measures for keeping their traditional assets. administration practices are defined which goal at optimizing productiveness of rainfed and irrigated agriculture with no adversarial results on sustainability. Land use within the dry areas, and its evolution all through background is defined and analysed, and the teachings to be learnt from harmful applied sciences are under pressure. particularly, present proposals for another agriculture are mentioned and their justification is wondered. it is a generalist paintings, which experts may also locate attention-grabbing, not just of their personal self-discipline yet as a concise approach of acquainting themselves with the cutting-edge in linked fields. expanding specialisation with each one self-discipline utilizing its personal vocabulary leads unavoidably to verbal exchange difficulties, and the necessity for multi-disciplinary groups makes inter-discipline communique indispensible.
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Agriculture in Dry Lands: Principles and Practice (Developments in Agricultural and Managed-Forest Ecology) by I. Arnon