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Proceedings: Biointensive management of the orchard understory
The concept of “sustainable agriculture” has become widely accepted by growers, consumers, and policymakers as an important guide for the future direction of food production systems. While we cannot know today what will ...
Amber waves : a sourcebook for sustainable dryland farming in the northwestern United States
(Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Agricultural Research Center., 1992)
1992 alternative crop rotation enterprise budgets : eastern Whitman County, Washington State
(Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1992-09)
The need for a soil quality index: local and regional perspectives
(American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, 1992)
Our knowledge of soil is based primarily on quantitative analysis of isolated physical, chemical, and biological properties. However, the interaction of these quantitative aspects determines soil quality. Integrative tools ...
Dryland farming in the Northwestern United States : a nontechnical overview
(Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1992)
Today, more people than ever throughout the world rely on American wheat farmers to provide a steady and affordable supply of grain. At the same time, public concern about the viability of our food system is growing as ...