2 edition of Sustainable agriculture found in the catalog.
International Symposium on Natural Resources Management for a Sustainable Agriculture (1st 1990 New Delhi)
39 Papers. In 2 pts.
|Statement||editor Dr. R.P. Singh.|
|Contributions||Singh, R. P., Indian Society of Agronomy.|
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Sustainable agriculture is a discipline that addresses current issues such as climate change, increasing food and fuel prices, poor-nation starvation, rich-nation obesity, water pollution, soil erosion, fertility loss, pest control, and biodiversity depletion.