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Year: 2012
The third dimension of mountain agricultural productivity, pollination, helps to maintain crop productivity and thus makes a great contribution to agricultural economy
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Year: 2004
Sloping agricultural land technology (SALT) is an approach that combines the strengths of terracing with the strengths of natural vegetation to stabilise sloping land and make it available for farming
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Year: 2004
Rapid economic development has induced urbanisation in China
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Year: 2004
The key factor for successful application of a contour hedgerow intercropping system is the selection of appropriate nitrogen-fixing plant species to establish the hedgerows
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Year: 2004
Nitrogen deficiency is one of the major factors involved in declining soil fertility and land productivity in the HKH region
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Year: 2003
Farmers in the HKH region are facing a challenge: how to find ways of increasing the total value (and volume) of products to meet the needs and expectations of the present and expected future population, whilst avoiding environmental degradation and ensuring that resources are maintained for future generations
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Year: 1999
The Workshop on Participatory Forest Management: Implications for Policy and Human Resources Development in Hindu Kush-Himalayas brought together forest management personnel from various parts of the Hindu Kush-Himalayas
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Year: 1998
In the Hindu Kush- Himalayan region, agriculture is the main occupation of about 80% of the population
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