Tropical crop–livestock systems in conservation agriculture

INTEGRATED CROP MANAGEMENT
Volume 5 – 2007

TROPICAL
CROP-LIVESTOCK
SYSTEMS
IN CONSERVATION
AGRICULTURE

The Brazilian experience

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Table of contents

Part I   [584kb]

chapter 1. Introduction
chapter 2. Livestock and annual crop production in wet-dry and humid-tropical Brazil

Part II   [601kb]

chapter 3. Principal integrated zero tillage crop–livestock systems
chapter 4. Mechanized operations in zero tillage and soil fertility management

Part III   [597kb]

chapter 5. Technical and financial analysis of integrated crop–livestock zero tillage rotations
chapter 6. Sustainable agriculture and policy considerations
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