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Farming change: growing more food with a changing resource base

By: IICA, Port-of-Spain (Trinidad and Tobago).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Port of Spain IICA 2012Description: 181 p.ISBN: 978-92-9248-396-8.Subject(s): SISTEMAS DE EXPLOTACION | PRODUCCION ALIMENTARIA | CULTIVOS | SUELO | CAMBIO CLIMATICO | BOSQUES | SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA | DEGRADACION DE TIERRAS | SOSTENIBILIDAD | RECURSOS NATURALES | CARIBE | | | | | | | | | | | | SYSTEME D'EXPLOITATION AGRICOLE | PRODUCTION ALIMENTAIRE | PLANTE DE CULTURE | SOL | CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE | FORET | SECURITE ALIMENTAIRE | DEGRADATION DES TERRES | DURABILITE | RESSOURCE NATURELLE | CARAIBES | -- AGRICULTURA FAMILIAR | -- SEGURIDAD ALIMENTARIA Y NUTRICIONALOnline resources: eng Summary: This third issue on Farming Change, growing more food with a changing resource base' comprises three inter-related papers, which explore the topics from a Caribbean situation and perspective. i. Soil Loss: growing food crops without soil; ii. Forest Cover: securing ecosystem services for sustainable farming; iii. Species under Siege: combating the IAS threat These topics should be of strategic interest to Caribbean countries, individually and as a region, as they seek to address the myriad and inter-connected challenges of sustainable agricultural development and food and nutrition security.
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This third issue on Farming Change, growing more food with a changing resource base' comprises three inter-related papers, which explore the topics from a Caribbean situation and perspective. i. Soil Loss: growing food crops without soil; ii. Forest Cover: securing ecosystem services for sustainable farming; iii. Species under Siege: combating the IAS threat These topics should be of strategic interest to Caribbean countries, individually and as a region, as they seek to address the myriad and inter-connected challenges of sustainable agricultural development and food and nutrition security.

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