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A review of Jamaica's attempt to practice sustainable agriculture in the upper watershed Proceedings

By: Wright, D | Natural Resources Conservation Authority (NRCA), Kingston (Jamaica) | German Technical Cooperation Agency (GTZ), Kingston (Jamaica) | IICA, Kingston (Jamaica) | Seminar Sustainable Agricultural Development and the Environment: focus on watersheds Kingston (Jamaica) 21-23 Jun 1994.
Material type: ArticleArticleSeries: Reports, Results and Recommendations from Technical Events Series A2/JM (IICA) (no.94-02) p. 46-55. Publisher: Kingston (Jamaica) 1995ISSN: -0253-4746.Subject(s): SOSTENIBILIDAD | DESARROLLO SOSTENIBLE | CUENCAS HIDROGRAFICAS | ORDENACION DE CUENCAS | ZONA TROPICAL | METODOS DE CULTIVO | UTILIZACION DE LA TIERRA | FERTILIDAD DEL SUELO | JAMAICA | | | | | | | | | | DURABILITE | DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE | BASSIN VERSANT | AMENAGEMENT DE BASSIN VERSANT | ZONE TROPICALE | MODE DE CULTURE | UTILISATION DES TERRES | FERTILITE DU SOL | JAMAIQUESummary: The paper highlighted the fact that since 1930, the problem of Watershed Management in Jamaica was studied. The suggested recommendations then focused on the following areas: unsuitable agricultural practice, unsuitable land being used for agriculture, and loss of soil fertility
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The paper highlighted the fact that since 1930, the problem of Watershed Management in Jamaica was studied. The suggested recommendations then focused on the following areas: unsuitable agricultural practice, unsuitable land being used for agriculture, and loss of soil fertility

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