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Agriculture Books on Demand
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 161. Chapters: Arid-zone agriculture, International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, Corporate farming, Intensive farming, Precision agriculture, Aeroponics, Heliciculture, Factory farming, Agroecology, Shifting cultivation, Aerial topdressing, Cultigen, Agricultural extension, FAO Country Profiles, Food systems, Agricultural fencing, Farmer Research Committee, Agricultural marketing, Hydrology, Agricultural economics, Agricultural biodiversity, Eastern Agricultural Complex, Living mulch, Building-integrated agriculture, Controlled burn, Aerial application, Pollination management, Agroecosystem analysis, Beneficial weed, Good Agricultural Practices, Market Information Systems, Clearance cairn, Agricultural diversification, Plastic mulch, Farm assurance, Agricultural communication, Slash and burn, Data mining in agriculture, Dryland farming, Keyline design, Development Supported Agriculture, Agricultural experiment station, Leveraging Agriculture for Improving Nutrition and Health, Agricultural Information Management Standards, Agricultural Ontology Service, Multifunctionality in agriculture, Integrated farming, Ribbon farm, ICT in agriculture, SAVE Foundation, Sericulture, Grain crimping, Animal feeding operation, Natural growth promoter, Contract farming, Long-term experiment, Postharvest, Commercial agriculture, Arca-Net, Desert farming, Agricultural engineering, AGROVOC, Subsistence agriculture, Geography of food, Wild farming, Water scarcity in Africa, E-agriculture, DayCent, Cornjerker, Beneficial organism, Bioresource engineering, Extensive farming, Second Green Revolution, Smallholding, Land grabbing, Nutrient trading, Plasticulture, Edible protein per unit area of land, Nutrient film technique, Precision livestock farming, Ecological farming, Zafra, Farm water, Brownbagging, Land improvement, Root cellar, Largest producing countries of agricultural commodities, Agrarian socialism, Small-scale agriculture, Agrarian system, Chillcuring, Season extension, Sharefarming, Agricultural robot, Agricultural microbiology, Controlled atmosphere, Strip farming, Permaculture College Australia, Watering trough, Waterlogging, Olericulture, Farm income, Functional agrobiodiversity, Value-added agriculture, Identity preservation, Physical water scarcity, Goldschmidt Thesis, Farmaceuticals, Economic water scarcity, Integrated production, Progeny testing, Crop destruction, Summer fallow, Adventitious presence, Hump and hollow, Djanbung Gardens, Pastoral farming, Targeted grazing, Pest resistance management plans, Straw man, Long acre, Peace Clause, Mid-term Review Reforms, River civilization, Roguing, Prices paid index, Smallholder agriculture, Agrominerals, Insect farming, Agrogeology, Civic agriculture, Farm equity, Prices received index, Agricultural literacy, Nutrient budgeting, Agricultural law, Intervention prices, Instream use, Loan commodities, Hill farming, Cuamil, Equivalence, Posted county price, Agricultural protection zoning, Buffer initiative, Intervention stocks, Organic engineering systems, Normal yield, Xenia effect, Recessional agriculture, Chitting, Backgrounding, Bio-geoengineering, Plant quarantine, Minimum tillage, Agricultural cycle, Agricultural zoning, Cultural controls, Synergistic gardening, Preharvest, Protein premium, Shipping holiday, Gross processing margin, Conventional tillage, Aratrum terrae, Sustenance, U-pick, Genetic gain, Farm enterprise, Agrocenter. Excerpt...
Organic gardening Books LLC, Reference Series
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 113. Chapters: Fruit tree propagation, Permaculture, Soil life, Humus, Soil pH, Comfrey, Compost, Forest gardening, Shewell Cooper, Companion planting, No-dig gardening, Seaweed fertiliser, Bill Mollison, Agroecology, Biodynamic agriculture, Reclaimed water, Nematode, Bees and toxic chemicals, Sustainable agriculture, List of permaculture projects, Motivations for organic agriculture, List of companion plants, Sustainable landscaping, Organic movement, Pollinator decline, Mulch, List of beneficial weeds, Sustainable gardening, Bird feeder, David Holmgren, Uses of compost, Organopónicos, Spinosad, Bird bath, Biointensive, Organic horticulture, Organic fertilizer, Square foot gardening, Kitchen garden, Green Pest Management, Green pesticide, Centre for Alternative Technology, Society for Organic Urban Land Care, Backyard Wildlife Habitat, Interbay P-Patch, Rubberecycle, Butterfly gardening, Biological pesticide, Vegan organic gardening, Wildlife garden, Organic lawn management, Pheromone trap, Garden Organic, Animal repellent, List of organic gardening and farming topics, WWOOF, Beneficial organism, Robert Rodale, Sheet mulching, David Blume, Three Sisters, Robert Hart, Insecticidal soap, Humanure, Insect trap, Beneficial insects, Jekka McVicar, Folkewall, Insectary plants, Corn gluten meal, Growing Power, List of repellent plants, Seed ball, Naturescaping, Grasscycling, Beetle bank, Olive mill pomace, Permaforestry, Spent mushroom compost, Polyculture, Gene silencing pesticide, Dynamic accumulator, List of pest-regulating plants, Olericulture, Nutrient pollution, Dead hedge, Monastery of Mary, Mother of Grace, Djanbung Gardens, Emilia Hazelip, White oil, Sustainable planting, Break crop, Plant ally, Fish emulsion, Copper tape. Excerpt: Permaculture is an approach to designing human settlements and agricultural systems that are modeled on the relationships found in natural ecologies. The word 'permaculture' was coined by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren as a contraction of permanent (sustainable) and agriculture. Permaculture is sustainable land use design. This is based on ecological and biological principles, often using patterns that occur in nature to maximise effect while minimizing wasted energy. Permaculture aims to create stable, productive systems that provide for human needs, harmoniously integrating the land with its inhabitants. The ecological processes of plants, animals, their nutrient cycles, climatic factors and weather cycles are all part of the picture. Inhabitants' needs are provided for using proven technologies for food, energy, shelter and infrastructure. Elements in a system are viewed in relationship to other elements, where the outputs of one element become the inputs of another. Within a Permaculture system, work is minimised, "wastes" become resources, productivity and yields increase, and environments are restored. Permaculture principles can be applied to any environment, at any scale from dense urban settlements to individual homes, from farms to entire regions. Permaculture as a systematic method was developed by Australians Bill Mollison and David Holmgren and their associates during the 1970s in a series of publications. The intent is that, by training individuals in a core set of design principles, those individuals can design their own environments and build increasingly self-sufficient human settlements: ones that reduce society's reliance on industrial systems of production an...
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