Intensive Food Production on a Human Scale
Intensive Food Production on a Human Scale
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Intensive Food Production on a Human Scale

Hugh J. Roberts

Intensive Food Production on a Human Scale

Intensive Food Production on a Human Scale

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Published by Ecology Action, an agricultural research organization dedicated to educating people from around the world how to support local communities with high-yielding sustainable agriculture (named Bio-Intensive) based on a hybrid of historical agricultural methods, this volume is a complete transcript of the presentations and conversations held at the Third International Conference on Small Scale and Intensive Food Production.

Featuring discussions on such topics as how much nutrient content in the soil is needed to support an orchard, small farm vs. commercial scale farm productivity, and aquaculture systems in Hawaii.

Soft cover with black and white photographs and illustrations throughout.

Edition: 1982.

Condition: Very good vintage, with the exception of some highlighting and minor notes.

Measures ~8.5"x11". 226 pages.

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