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Year: 2003
Farming in the Austrian Alps is small in scale and involves a high degree of manual labor
Year: 2003
Aqueous extracts of six different plants (Acorus calamus, Ageratum conyzoides, Azadirachta indica, Duranta repens, Spilanthes acmella and Urtica dioca) and diluted animal urine (buffalo and cow) were tested for mortality rate of flea beetle (Phyllotreta nemorum) in the laboratory
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Year: 2003
Many studies have focused on desertification processes in northern China in an attempt to understand desertification-related ecological problems
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Year: 2003

The four basic principles of Conservation Agriculture including maintaining permanent soil cover, minimising mechanical soil disturbance, controlling in-field traffic and crop rotation work together to create a soil that has a greater capacity to absorb rainwater
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Year: 2002
This report argues that land reform – both tenancy reform and redistribution of selling surplus lands to the landless – is important to poverty alleviation
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Year: 2002
The introduction of high external-input agriculture into Thailand increased yields and reduced labour requirements and has allowed the production of certain non-indigenous crops
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Year: 2001
Most farmers in the flood plains of Bangladesh shifted to Green Revolution agriculture during the sixties
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Year: 1999
Kalikasan farmers are well known throughout the Philippines for their success in developing organic rice farming and marketing
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Year: 1999
The farmers of Kadama and Kalikasan are motivated for LEISA's rice farming because it offers environmental and health benefits
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Year: 1998
In Thailand the national market for organic products looks quite promising
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