The evolution of colonist farming sytems at the forest frontier: is there hope for sustainable land use in Amazonia? NRSP Research Advances No. 7.

Abstract

This research is based on a three-year study on the effects of intensification, which examines the role of livestock in the development of smallholder systems, and the integration of sub-components of farming systems, with a particular focus on farmers' perceptions and practices in maintaining soil fertility and resource flows.

Citation

Brown, K. and Muchagata, M. 1999. The evolution of colonist farming systems at the forest frontier. Is there hope for sustainable land use in Amazonia. NRSP Advances No 7. London: DFID-NRSP. 4pp.

The evolution of colonist farming sytems at the forest frontier: is there hope for sustainable land use in Amazonia? NRSP Research Advances No. 7.

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