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Sustainable and diversified vegetable-based farming systems in highland regions of West Java


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This study coincided with a research project "Identification of Pulling Factors for Enhancing the Sustainable Development of Diverse Agriculture in Selected Asian Countries (AGRIDIV), co-ordinated by CAPSA. While AGRIDIV project focused on poverty alleviation through secondary crop based agricultural diversification, the study concentrated on how small-scale vegetable farmers receive technology innovation to diversify agriculture and increase the possibility of engaging more in vertical diversification. The study was primarily conducted in two villages in Lembang sub-district, West Java province, Indonesia.

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  • Anonymous, 2008. "Sustainable and diversified vegetable-based farming systems in highland regions of West Java," Working Papers 96623, United Nations Centre for Alleviation of Poverty Through Secondary Crops' Development in Asia and the Pacific (CAPSA).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ucapwp:96623

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