Managing polycropping to enhance soil system productivity: a case study from Africa

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Khan, Z., Hassanali, A. and Pickett, J. A. 2006. Managing polycropping to enhance soil system productivity: a case study from Africa. in: Ball, A. S., Thies, J., Sanginga, N., Sanchez, P., Pretty, J., Palm, C., Laing, M., Herren, H., Fernandes, E. and Uphoff, N. (ed.) Biological approaches to sustainable soil systems CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. pp. 575-586

AuthorsKhan, Z., Hassanali, A. and Pickett, J. A.
EditorsBall, A. S., Thies, J., Sanginga, N., Sanchez, P., Pretty, J., Palm, C., Laing, M., Herren, H., Fernandes, E. and Uphoff, N.
Page range575-586
Year of Publication2006
Book titleBiological approaches to sustainable soil systems
PublisherCRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida
Funder project or code514
Insect chemical ecology: identification and production of chemical signals (semiochemicals)
Insect chemical ecology: understanding the roles and underlying mechanisms of chemical signals (semiochemicals)
Project: 4616
Open accessPublished as non-open access

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