Economic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques in Marginal Upland Agriculture: Integrated Report and Proceedings of a Workshop, held in Seoul, Korea, May 20-22, 1998
AbstractEconomic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques in Marginal Upland Agriculture, by Min-Jae Kim; Message of the Executive Secretary, United Nation Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, by Adrianus Moo; Opening Statement, by Sangwoo Park Opening Statement, by Haruo Inagaki; Opening Statement, by Kyuyong Suh; Current Status and Future Tasks in Marginal Upland Agriculture, by Sangwoo Park; Economic Assessment of Selected Management Practices for Efficient Use of Saline-Sodic Water in Arid and Semiarid Subtropical India, by Mahander Singh; Irrigated Ecosystem in India - Sustainability Issues, by R. L. Yadav; Economic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques in Marginal Upland Agriculture of Mawlasnai, Meghalaya; N.E. Region of India, by Gour Chandra Munda; Sustainable Upland Agriculture in North Eastern Hills (N.E.H.) Region of India, by N.D. Verma; Economic Assessment of Terracing Technique in Guizhou Province of China, by Gu Shuzhong; Comments Concerning Terracing in Guizhou Province, by Cheng Shengkui; Economic Assessment of Selected Resource Management Techniques Focusing on Terracing in Qinghai Province, by Ni Hongxing; Comments on Terracing in Qinghai Province, by Li Weigou; Energy Audit as Measurement of Agricultural Sustainability, by R.C. Maheshwari; Evaluation of Soil and Water Conservation in the Marginal Upland Areas, by Pil-Kyun Jung; Agricultural Situation in the Areas with Unfavorable Farming Conditions in Korea, by Gyu-Cheon Lee and Naewon Oh; Sustainable Highland Agriculture: Thailand's Experience, by Vute Wangwacharakul; Closing Remarks, by Sangwoo Park; Closing Remarks, by Haruo Inagaki
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