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Research and extension agenda for sustainable agriculture

  • Charles A. Francis (a1), James W. King (a2), Darrell W. Nelson (a3) and Leo E. Lucas (a4)

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1.Agronomy Department, UNL. 1987. Sustainable Agriculture…Wise and Profitable Use of Our Resources in Nebraska. Cooperative Extension Service, IANR, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln. Special Publication. 220 pp. (Available by mail for U.S. $7).
2.Francis, C., Sander, D., and Martin, A.. 1987. Search for a Sustainable Agriculture: Reduced Inputs and Increased Profits. Crops & Soils, 0809 pp. 1214.
3.Gilbert, E. H., Norman, D. W., and Winch, F. E.. 1980. Farming systems research: a critical appraisal. MSU Rural Development Paper No. 6, Dept. of Agr. Econ., Michigan State Univ., East Lansing, Michigan.
4.Rodale, R. 1985. Internal resources and external inputs: The two sources of all production needs. Workshop Rept. on Regenerative Farming Systems, Washington, DC, Dec. 10–11, USAID. Publ, by Rodale Inst., Emmaus, Pennsylvania.
5.Univ. of Nebraska. 1988. Sustainable agriculture in the Midwest. Proc. North Central Regional Conference, 03 22, Lincoln, Nebraska. 102 pp.

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Research and extension agenda for sustainable agriculture

  • Charles A. Francis (a1), James W. King (a2), Darrell W. Nelson (a3) and Leo E. Lucas (a4)

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