From weed to wealth? Prospects for medic pastures in the Mediterranean farming system of north-west Syria
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- Thomas L. Nordblom & David J. Pannell & Scott Christiansen & Nerses Nersoyan & Faik Bahhady, 1994. "From weed to wealth? Prospects for medic pastures in the Mediterranean farming system of north‐west Syria," Agricultural Economics, International Association of Agricultural Economists, vol. 11(1), pages 29-42, September.
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