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See below for a selection of the latest books from Agricultural science category. Presented with a red border are the Agricultural science books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Agricultural science books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!
Biotechnology and the New Agricultural Revolution examines the impact of the Green Revolution and biotechnological developments on agricultural institutions, agribusiness, and farmers.
This book elaborates a perspective that can be used to democratize, decentralize, and privatize irrigation organizations. It uses case examples to illustrate the interrelationships between project performance, irrigation organization, and farmer participation.
This book contains recent findings of economists who have examined the decision making processes and the trends that relate to agricultural trade with the West by Eastern Europe, the Soviet Union, and China.
This book is an outcome of the conference on the linkages between macroeconomics and agricultural trade in 1986. It establishes some of the fundamental influences on the exchange rate. The book develops linkages between the macroeconomy and agriculture using traditional models.
This book discusses pesticide production, distribution, and use; the problems caused by pests and pesticides; and the role of integrated pest management in minimizing these problems. It addresses the relationship of the farmers' practices and attitudes to the development of pest management systems.
This book describes crop protection strategies that rely on subsistence farmers' knowledge and participation, local resources, and alternative low-input methods as a sensitive approach to developing and implementing pest management schemes adjusted to farmers' needs and their conditions. .
This book provides important insights into a form of economic development that utilizes existing natural resources to increase productivity of the land, and thereby improves incomes for the large number of people who own and manage coconut groves.
This book presents International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium commissioned papers. The papers systematically explore the conceptual and empirical dimensions of the new trade theory and try to determine the potential application to agricultural trade and trade policy analysis.
Emerging Technology and Management for Ruminants focuses on pasture, range, and forages; on advanced technologies of reproduction and genetics; and on production and management of small ruminants.
This book is the product of an international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD) Program at the University of Florida in 1986. The purpose of WIAD program is to promote an understanding of gender and its relevance for agricultural development processes.
This book focuses on the pioneering applications of an expert system in development relate to agriculture in many of the developing countries, introducing the reader to some of the key concepts underlying most expert systems.
This book is based on an informal conference, Diversity in the Genus Apis, which took place in 1989 at the annual meeting of the Entomological Society of America. It serves as an introduction to various aspects of honey bee biology and as a guide for future research especially on Asian honey bees.