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IICA
DIA-27 Instituto Interamericano de Ciencias Agricolas.
Centro Interamericano de Documentac16n e Informac16n Agricola
Bibliografia sobre sistemas de agriculture.
tropical. Turrialba, C.R., 1974.
145 p. (IICA. Documentaci6n e Informaci6n
Agricola, no. 27)
1. Sistemas de cultivo Bibliografia.
I. Titulo. II. Serie.
0 631.58016




DOCUMENTATION E INFORMATION AGRICOLA No. 27
B16LIOGRAFIA SOME SISTEMAS DE AGRICULTURE TROPICAL
Auspiciada por:
Centro Agronbmico Tropical de Investigaci6n y Ensefianza
Convenio IICA/ZN-ROCAP
IICA Programa Cooperativo para el Desarrollo del Tr6pico Americano
INSTITUTE INTERAMERICANO BE CIENCIAS AGRICOLAS BE LA BEA
CENTRO INTERAMERICANO BE DOCUMENTATION E INFORMATION AGRICOLA IICA-CIDIA Turrialba, Costa Rica 1974




DOCUMENTATION E INFORMATION AGRICOLA
1. Colecci6n de reference de la Biblioteca Conmemorativa Orton. 2 ed. 1967.
2. Publicaciones peri6dicas de la Biblioteca Cortmernorativa Orton. 1964. 3. Tesis de la Escuela para Graduados 1947-1968; resdmenes. 2 ed. rev. y
ampl. 1969.
4. Redacci6n de references bibliogrgficas; normal officials del IICA. 2 ed.
1972.
5, Directorio de bibliotecas agricolas en America Latina. 1964.
6. Catglo.o de publications peri6dicas de la Biblioteca Conmemorativa Orton.
2 ed. rev. y ampl. 1970.
7. Estado actual de bibliotecas agricolas en America del Sur; resultados de
una encuesta personal. 1966.
8. Administraci6n de bibliotecas agricolas. 1966.
9. Gula de publications peri6dicas agricolas de AmSrica Latina. 1966. 10. Bibliograffa de bibliograffas agricolas de America Latina. 2 ed. rev. y
ampl. 1969.
11. 1 Mesa Redonda sobre el ProqTama Ihteramericano de Desarrollo de Bibliotecas Agricolas. Lima, 1968.
12. Contribuciones al IICA a la literature de las ciencias agricolas. 2 ed.
rev. y ampl. 1972,
13. Directorio de siglasen ciencias agricolas. 2 ed. 1971. 14. Gula ba'sica para bibliotecas agricolas. (ed. en portuguds y espaffol).
1969.
15. 11 Mesa Redonda sobre el Programa Interamericano de Desarrollo de Bibliotecas Agricolas. BogotA,, 1969.
16. Recursos de bibliotecas agricolas en America Latina. 1969. 17. 2000 libros en ciencias agricolas en castellano. 1969. 18. 111 Mesa Redonda sobre el Programa Interamericano de Desarrollo de Bibliotecas Agricolas. Rio de Janeiro, 1969.
19. Publicaciones peri6dicas y seriadas de America Latina. 1971.




20. Indices Latinoamericano de tesis agricolas. 1972. 21. Tr6pico americano: situaci6n de los servicios bibliotecarios y documentaciSn agricola. 1972.
22. 3000 libros agricolas en espafiol. 1973. 23. Bibliografla sobre frijol de costa (Vigna sinensis). 1973. 24. Sistema Interamericano de Informaci6n para las Ciencias Agricolas-AGRINTER: bases para su establecimiento. 1973.
25. Bibliograffa sobre species de la fauna silvestre y pesca fluvial y
lacustre de Amdrica Tropical. 1973.
26. Bibliografla sobre plants de intends econ6mico de la region Amaz6nica.
1974.




CONTENIDO CONTENTS P~gina
INTRODUCCION iii
GENERALIDADES
GENERAL 1
AGRICULTURE MIGRATORIA SHIFTING CULTIVATION 4
EXPLOTACION COMBINADA MIXED FARMING 10
EXPLOTACION INTENSIVA INTENSIVE FARMING 13
Generalidades
General 13
Sistemas de Cultivos
Cropping systems 14
Generalidades
General 15
Cultivos Mixtos
Mixed Cropping 17
Generalidades
General 17
Anuales con Anuales
Annuals with Annuals 19
Perennes con Anuales
Perennials with Annuals 30
Perennes con Perennes
Perennials with Perennials 36
Cultivos de Soca
Ratooning 40
Cultivos Multiples
Multiple Cropping 43
Variedades para Cultivos Mixtos y Multiples
Varieties in Mixed and Multiple Cropping 59
Manejo de Cultivos Mixtos y Multiples
Management of Mixed and Multiple Cropping 63
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Sucesiones de Cultivos
Cropping Sequences 66
Con Barbecho 66
Fallowing
Sin Barbecho
Continuous Arable Cropping 71
En Rotaci6n
Rotational Cropping 73
Monocultivos
Monocropping 92
Sistemas de Cultivos 95
Cropping systems
Suelos
Soils 95
Fertilidad, Abonos y Fertilizantes
Soil Fertility, Manures and Fertilizers 95
Conservaci6n, Control de Erosion y Cultivos de Cobertura
Soil Conservation, Erosion Control and Cover Crops 106
Miscelaneos
Miscellaneous 113
Enfermedades y Plagas y su Control
Diseases and Pests and their Control 115
Malezas y Control de Malezas
Weeds and Weed Control 120
Aspectos Econ6micos
Economical Aspects 121
Miscelaneos
Miscellaneous 126
INDICE DE AUTORES 128
AUTHOR INDEX
INDICE DE ESPECIES 139
SPECIES INDEX
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INTRODUCTION
Hay preocupaciSn mundial por la baja productividad de los Cultivos alimenticios en el tr6pico americano. Esta baja productividad se atribuye a la falta de sistemas de producciSn adaptados a las conditions ecol6gicas., a los cultivos y a las characteristics del agriculture tropical.
Varias institutions nacionales e internacionales han iniciado
programs de investigaciSn encaminados a desarrollar nuevos sistemas de agriculture que permitan ofrecer soluciones a las bajas producciones.
El Centro Agron&nico Tropical de Investigaci6n y Ensefianza (CNTIE) en Turrialbal Costa Rica, ha iniciado un program de investigaci6n tendiente a desarrollar sistemas de producci6n agricola Para el tr6pico y por su parte el IICA., a trav6s de su Programa IICA-Tr6picosj promueve actividades similares en los passes amaz6nicos.
&1 el process de planificaci6n y desarrollo de los trabajos en
este campo, se ha encontrado que hay escasez de informaci6n escrita bien identificada sobre este tema o que la que existed estg muy disperse, Por esta raz6n se viS la necesidad urgent de producer una bibliograffa especializada sobre el tema de Sistemas de Agricultura Tropical.
La preparaci6n de esta bibliografla se motive tambiSn como una contribuci6n a un Seminario Internacional sobre Sistemas de Producci6n Agricola Para el Tr6pico, que se realizarg del 25 al 27 de febrero, en Turrialbal Costa Rica.
La labor de producci6n de esta bibliografla fue encomendada al IICACIDIA2 Turrialba. Costa Rica, cuyo personal con asesor'a de tScnicos del Department de Cultivos y Suelos Tropicales del CATIE, ha realizado una excellent labor al preparer este valioso documents.
No fue falcil la organization de los temas ni la selecci6n de los tSrminos Para definir a1gunas actividades specifics. Esto se debe a que esta rama de la agronomia tropical adn no se ha organized como disciplina especializadal con una terminologia propia y de aceptaci6n general. Se us6 hasta donde fue possible un criteria tScnicop aunque hubo casos en que se tomaron decisions de compromise y de convenience Para su definici6n. En estas bases, la bibliografla se ha ordenado bajo un esquema de clasificaci6n amplio (vSase Tabla de Contenido) que se complementa con indices detallados de species y authors. Para facilitar un mayor access y uso de la literature registrada., al final de las referencias bibliogrfificas se indical mediate las abreviaturas FCA (Field Crop Abstracts) Trop. Abs. (Tropical Abstracts) y PA (Philippine Abstracts) fuentes donde el investigator puede encontrar reslmenes de los trabajos.
La producci6n de esta bibliografla fue possible gracias a los aportes econ6micos del Programa IICA-ROCAP a cargo de la DIrecci6n Regional de la Zona Norte del IICA en Guatemala, el Programa IICA-Tr6picos en Belem, Brasil y el CATIE.




El IICA-CIDIA encomend6 la labor de b'squeda, organization y catalogaci6n de la, informaci6n a la sefiora Barbara Pinchinat, a quien se hace constar un reconocimiento especial por su efficient y abnegada. labor.
Con esta bibliograffa, los patrocinadores y el IICA-CIDIA ofrecen una contribuciSn additional hacia, el mejoramiento de la, agriculture tropical y por su medio hacia la, mejora, de las conditions de vida del hombre rural del tr6pico.
Jorge Soria V.
Jefe, Departamento de Cultivos y Suelos Tropicales CATIE Turrialbal Costa Rica
11 de febrero de 1974
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GENERALIDADES
(GENERAL)
ABEYRATNE, E. L. F. Dryland farming in Ceylon. Tropical Agriculturist
112(3):191-229. 1956. FCA 11:341. (1
BROOKFIELD, H. C. New directions in the study of agricultural systems in
tropical areas. In Drake, E. T., ed. Evolution and environment.
Yale University Press, 1968. pp. 413-438. FCA 23:2816. (2
CHAVES V., L. F. Sistemas agrarios en la produccion de cereales, granos
leguminosos, races, tubirculos y mus ceas en la region de los Andes.
Caracas, Direcci6n de Recursos Naturales Renovables, 1962. 192 p. (3
DUCKHAM, A. N. y MASEFIELD, G. B. Farming systems of the world. London,
Chatto & Windus, 1970. 542 p. Trop. Abs. 27:3236.
In many places temperate-zone and tropical farming are compared and contrast between them pointed out. (4
ELLIS, B. S. Soil and farming systems in Southern Rhodesia with special
reference to grass leys. Rhodesia Agricultural Journal 50:5-11. 1953.
(5
FLOYD, B. Terrace agriculture in Eastern Nigeria: the case of Maku. Nigerian Geographical Journal 7(2):91-107. 1964. FCA 19:1244.
The farming systems and methods of cultivation. (6
GHANA. DIVISION OF GENERAL AGRICULTURE. Miscellaneous information 19611962. Edited by D. C. P. Evans. Accra, Ministry of Agriculture, 1961.
232 p. FCA 16:512.
Includes a review of mechanization and its relation to farming systems...
(7
GLEAVE, M. B. y WHITE, H. P. Population density and agricultural systems
in West Africa. In Thomas, M. F. y Whillington, G. W., eds. Environment and land use in Africa. London, Methuen, 1969. pp. 273-300.
(8
HAIZEL, K. A. The evolution of farming systems in Africa. Ghana Farmer
10(2)s99-102. 1966. Trop. Abs. 22:1764. (9
HENDRICKX, F. L. Farming systems and their development in negro Africa.
(En frances). Annales de Gembloux 67(4):282-290. 1961. FCA 16:975.(10
HOLDRIDGE, L. R. Ecological indications of the need for a new approach to
tropical land use. Economic Botany 13(4):271-280. 1959. Trop. Abs.
15:1479. (11




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JOLLY, A. L. Sistemas de agricultura en los Tr6picos Hmedos. Turrialba, Costa Rica, IICA, 1966. 18 p. (12
JURION, F. y HENRY, J. De l1'agriculture itingrante A agriculture intensifi~e. Bruxelles, INEAC, 1967. 498 p.
A critical review of the methods adopted in raising agricultural productivity (Chapters 3-6).
Also in English. (13
KIMBER, A. J. The development of farming systems and the need for farm
planning in the New Guinea highlands. Papua and New Guinea Agricultural Journal 19(3):99-111. 1967. FCA 22:2311. (14
KRISHNAMURTHY, K. Dryland farming problems in Mysore. Bangalore, Mysore,
India. University of Agricultural Sciences. Research Series no. 12.
1971. 22 p. FCA 25:6246. (15
LEHRER, P. L. African agriculture in Kenya; a study of a changing system of
subsistence farming. Nigerian Geographical Journal 7(1):24-33. 1964.
FCA 19:1859. (16
MORGAN REES, A. M. y HOWARD, R. H. An economic survey of commercial African
farming among the Sela of the Mumbwa district of Northern Rhodesia.
Agricultural Bulletin. Department of Agriculture, Northern Rhodesia
10:1-68. 1955. Trop. Abs. 11:2875.
The comparison of the relative merits of improved and unimproved farming systems. (17
MOSEHAN, A. H., ed. Agricultural sciences for the developing nations.
Delhi-6 (India), Radharrishna Prakashan, s. f. 221 p. FCA 24:1539.
Papers dealing with characteristics of agricultural systems in emerging nations, research to devise and adopt innovation, education and development of human resources, and establishing indigenous institutions to
serve advancing agriculture. (18
ORDISH, G. Man, crops and pests in Central America. London, Pergamon Press,
1964. 119 p. FCA 18:1126. (19
Information is given on history, land use and farming customs.
PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, STOCK AND FISHERIES. Annual
report 1966-1967. Port Moresby, 1969. 194 p. FCA 24:2799-4
Farming systems pp. 77-79. (20
PARSONS, D. J. The systems of agriculture practiced in Uganda. I. Introduction and Teso systems. Memoirs of the Research Division, Department of
Agriculture, Uganda 6(l):sl-70. 1960. Trop. Abs. 17:297. (21




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PARSONS, D. J. The systems of agriculture practiced in Uganda. II. The
plantain-robusta coffee systems with a note on the plantain-milletcotton areas. Memoirs of the Research Division, Department of Agriculture, Uganda 3(2):1-57. 1960. Trop. Abs. 17:1646. (22
. The systems of agriculture practiced in Uganda. III. The Northern
systems. Memoirs of the Research Division, Department of Agriculture,
Uganda 3(3):1-66. 1960. Trop. Abs. 17:1647. (23
. The systems of Agriculture practiced in Uganda. V. Pastoral systems. Memoirs of the Research Division, Department of Agriculture, Uganda
3(4):1-30; (5):1-27. 1960. Trop. Abs. 17:2705. (24
ROTENHAN, D. FREIHERR VON. Land use and animal husbandry in Sukumaland,
Tanzania; the organization of land management on African peasant farms.
(En alemin). IFO-Institut fUr Wirtschaftsforschungen, 1966. 131 p.
(Africa-Studien no. 11). FCA 20:2794. (25
RUTHENBERG, H. Fannrming systems in the tropics. Oxford, England, Clarendon
Press, 1971. 313 p. FCA 26:2499. (26
SCHLIPPE, P. DE. Enqubte prbliminaire du syst*me agricole des Barundi de
la region Batutsi (Ruanda-Urundi). Bulletin Agricole du Congo Belge
48(4):827-882. 1957. FCA 11:773. (27
SWAMINATHAN, M. S. y RAO, N. G. P. Increasing and stabilising production
under dry farming. Indian Farming 20(1):5-7, 32. 1970. FCA 24:2772.
Traditional dry farming, environmental control, intensity of cropping,
and the integrated approach. (28
TAYLOR, S. A. M4thodes rationnelles de culture en sec dans les regions
arides et semi-arides. Arid Zone Research 15:211-225. 1961. Trop. Abs.
16:2145. (29
TEMPANY, SIR H. y GRIST, D. H. Types of agriculture suited to the tropics.
In An introduction to tropical agriculture. London, Longnans,
1958. pp. 39-53. (30
TULIPPE, 0. y WILMET, J. Giographie de l'agriculture en Afrique Centrale; essai de synth~se. Travaux G~ographiques, LiAge 150:303-374. 1965.
Trop. Abs. 21:1636.
Traditional agricultural systems of Central Africa. (31
VINCENT, V., THOMAS, R. G. y STAPLES, R. R. An agricultural survey of Southern Rhodesia. I. Agroecological survey. Salisbury, Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, s.f. 147 p. FCA 15:1163.
A land-use classification in terms of the farming systems best suited to the natural characteristics of soils and climate. FCA 15:1163. (32




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WEBSTER, C. C. y WILSON, P. N. Permanent farming systems associated with
the production of swamp rice. In Agriculture in the tropics.
London, Longnans, 1966. pp. 202-216. (33
WRIGLEY, G. Sistemas agricolas. In Agricultura tropical; el
desarrollo de la production. Trad. de la 1 ed. inglesa por Celedonio
Sevillano Mayo. Mxico, Continental, 1962. pp. 91-106. (34
AGRICULTURA MIGRATORIA
(SHIFTING CULTIVATICt)
ALLAN, W. The African husbandman. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, 1965. 505 p.
Trop. Abs. 20:2559.
The various forms of shifting cultivation, the basis of African landuse, are treated in their numerous aspects. (35
ANDERSON, J. A. R. Research on the effects of shifting cultivation in
Sarawak. In Symposium on the impact of man on humid tropics vegetation, Goroka, 1960. s.n.t. pp. 203-206. Trop. Abs. 19:2246. (36
BIARD, J. y WAGENAAR, G. A. W. Report to the Government of Brazil on crop
production in selected areas of the Amazon Valley. FAO/ETAP Report no.
1960. 47 p. FCA 15:510.
The main crops of the region being cassava, rice, maize and malva (Urena nbata), all produced under shifting cultivation. (37
BRAUN, W. A. G. Contribugao ao estudo de erosao no Brasil e seu control.
Revista Brasileira de Geografia 23(4):591-642. 1961. Trop. Abs. 18:1494.
Shifting cultivation as one of the primary causes. (38
CHABROLIN, R. La riziculture de tavy 1 Madagascar. Agronomie Tropicale
20(1)s9-23. 1965. Trop. Abs. 20:1960.
Rice (the dominant food crop in this areas) is grown either under irrigation or on rain-fed fields in a system of shifting cultivation. Many
drowbacks of the system are discussed. (39
CHATURVEDI, M. D. y UPPAL, B. N. A study in shifting cultivation of Assam.
3 ed. New Delhi, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, 1960. 22 p.
FCA 15:508. (40
CLARKE, C. y HASWELL, M. R. The economics of subsistence agriculture.
London, MacMillan, 1964. 218 p. Trop. Abs. 20:2799.
An Important part of the volume is devoted to shifting cultivation, drawing on information from many sources. (41




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COLE, R. Temiar Senoi agriculture. Malayan Forester 22(4):260-271. 1959.
Trop. Abs. 15:1346.
Shifting cultivation. (42
CONCLIN, H. C. An ethnoecological approach to shifting agriculture. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences (Ser. 2) 17:133-142. 1954.
(43
. El estudio del cultivo de roza. Washington, D. C., Union Panamericana, 1963. 188 p. (Estudios y monograffas no. 11). FCA 19:2584.
The study of shifting cultivation. (44
DAR, U. et al. Development of agriculture in tribal areas. Indian Journal
of Agricultural Economics 25(3):155-225. 1970. Trop. Abs., 27:2427.
9 separate papers and 11 sumaries of papers; they may be devided into:
(1) those relating general aspects of tribal agriculture; (2) those dealing with shifting cultivation in hill areas; and (3) those concerned with
tribal agriculture in the plains. (45
DEZ, J. Les feux de v4gtation; apergus psycho-sociologiques. Bulletin de
Madagascar 16(247):1211-1229. 1966. Trop. Abs. 22:856.
Its relation with shifting cultivation. (46
DOKU, E. V. Are there any alternatives to the traditional bush fallow
systems of maintaining fertility? Ghana Farmer 11(l):27-30. 1967. Trop.
Abs. 2351993.
Includes shifting cultivation. (47
FRE4EMAN, J. D. ThIban agriculture; a report on the shifting cultivation of
hill rice by the ThIban of Sarawak. Colonial Research Studies no. 18.
1955. 148 p. (48
FRITH, A. C. No man's land. Empire Forestry Review 34(2):179-187. 1955.
Trop. Abs. 10:2334.
Advantages and disadvantages of shifting cultivation. (49
GERAKIS, P. A. y TSANGARAKIS, C. Z. The influence of Acacia seneral on the
fertility of a sand sheet ("goz") soil in the Central Sudan. Plant and
Soil 33(1):81-86. 1970. FCA 24:2759.
Acacia senegal as a major restorer of fertility under shifting cultivation.
(50
HAAN, J. H. DE. A study of shifting cultivation. Netherlands Journal of
Agricultural Science 7(2):150-154. 1959. Trop. Abs. 14:2440. (51




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HARRIS, D. R. The ecology of swidden cultivation in the Upper Orinoco rain forest, Venezuela. Geographical Review 61(4):475-495. 1971. Trop. Abs.
27:1017 (52
HAUCK, F. W. Soil fertility and shifting cultivation. Soils Bulletin (FAO) no. 14:131-138. 1971. (53
HAUSHERR, K. Traditional shifting cultivation and modern development schemes in the dry zone of South-Eastern Ceylon. (En alem~n). In Schweinfurth,
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Wiesbaden (W. Germany)j, Franz Steiner, 1971. (Beihefte Geographische
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HENDRICKX, F. L. Les systnimes de culture et leur evolution en Afrique noire.
Annales de Gembloux 67(4):282-290. 1961. Trop. Abs. 17:1099.
Shifting cultivation. (55
HESMER, H. Agricultural crop growing combined with silviculture. I. Tropical Africa. (En alem&n). Wissenschaftliche Schriftenreihe Bundesministerium fUr Wirtschaftliche Zusanmmenarbeit no. 8:1-150. 1966. Trop. Abs.
22:1943.
Methods of shifting cultivation. (56
HUIZENGA, L. H. Enhancement of prosperity of the shifting cultivator in
the tropics. (En holandds). Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift 72(40):119-126.
1960. Trop. Abs. 15:1351. (57
JUDD, L. C. Dry rice agriculture in Northern Thailand. Ithaca, New York,
Cornell University, Department of Asian Studies. Data Paper S. E. Asia
Program no. 52. 1964. 87 p. Trop. Abs. 19:2033.
Shifting cultivation with rice as a main crop. (58
KELLMAN, M. C. Some environmental components of shifting cultivation in
upland Mindanao. Journal of Tropical Geography 28:40-56. 1969.
FCA 24:1462. (59
KHAN, F. K. y KHISHA, A. L. Shifting cultivation in East Pakistan. Oriental
Geographer 14(2):22-43. 1970. Trop. Abs. 27:2036. (60
KOWAL, N. E. Shifting cultivation, fire and pine forest in the Cordillera
Central, Luzon, Philippines. Ecological Monographs 36(4):389-419. 1966.
FCA 20:2799. (61
LAFONT, P. B. The slash and burn (ray) agricultural system of the mountain
populations of Central Vietnam. In Pacific Science Congress of Pacific
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vol. 7, pp. 56-59. FCA 15:1662. (62




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LAFONT, P. B. L'agriculture sur brlis chez les Proto-Indochinois des
hauts plateaux du Centre Vietnam. Cahiers d'Outre-Mer 20(77):37-48.
1967. Trop. Abs. 22:1297.
Shifting cultivation. (63
LAUFER, P. C. Baining crop husbandry. (En alemin). Jahrbuch des Museums
fir Volkerkunde. Leipzig 23:7-25. 1966. Trop. Abs. 22:2421
Shifting cultivation as practiced by the Baining tribes of New Britain
(Territory of Papua and New Guinea). (64
LEACH, E. R. Some economic advantages of shifting cultivation. In Pacific
Science Congress of Pacific Science Association, 9th, Bangkok, 1957.
Proceedings. Bangkok, s.f. v. 7,, pp. 64-66. FCA 15:1661. (65
LEE, Y. L. Somene aspects of shifting cultivation in British Borneo. Malayan
Forester 24(2):102-109. 1961. FCA 15:2095. (66
. Agriculture in Sarawak. Journal of Tropical Geography 21:21-29.
1965. Trop. Abs. 21:2008.
Shifting cultivation with hill rice as the main crop. (67
MAUDE, A. Shifting cultivation and population growth in Tonga. Journal of
Tropical Geography 31:57-64. 1970. Trop. Abs. 26:1891.
Factors affecting intensification of traditional agricultural systems
from long fallow to short fallow to multicropping are discussed. (68
MIRACLE, M. P. Agriculture in the Congo Basin; tradition and change in African rural economies. Madison, Wisconsin, University Press, 1967. 370 p.
FCA 21:2251.
The principal agricultural systems practiced including shifting cultivation. (69
MOMBER, E. W. Systems of tropical peasant agriculture. Rural Life 6(1):310. 1961. FCA 15:507.
Some of the main features characterizing peasant agriculture in tropical Africa, shifting cultivation in particular. (70
MONTGOMERY, 0. E. Patrol of Upper Chimbu Census Division, Eastern Highlands.
Papua and New Guinea Agricultural Journal 13(1):1-9. 1960. Trop. Abs.
16:364.
Shifting cultivation. (71
MOS, I. P., ed. The soil resources of tropical Africn. Cimbridge, University Press, s.f. 226 p. FCA 22:1552.
Part 2 has problem of shifting cultivation as the main theme, with papers on shifting cultivation, fertilizerresponses and tropical tree crops.(72




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NEUMANN, P. Economy and material culture of the Surinam Bush Negroes a contribution to the study of Afro-American problems. (En alemin).
Abhandlungen und Berichte des Staatliches Museums fUr V'Olkerkunde zu
Dresden 26:1-181. 1967. Trop. Abs. 22:1957.
Includes shifting cultivation. (73
NEWTON, K. Shifting cultivation and crop rotations in the tropics. Papua Agricultural Journal 13(3):81-118. 1960. FCA 15:509.
The relative merits and defects of shifting cultivation, bush fallow,
"corridof'and planted-tree fallow systems throughout the tropics. (74
NYE, P. H. y GREEILAND, D. J. The soil under shifting cultivation. Commonwealth Bureau of Soils. Technical Communications no. 51. 1960. s.p.(75
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REINA, R. E. Milpas and milperos: implications for prehistoric times.
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REYNDERS, J. J. Some remarks about shifting cultivation in Netherlands,
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The various systems of land use, shifting cultivation included.
(92
SPENCER, J. E. Shifting cultivation in Southeastern Asia. Berkeley, University of California, 1966. 247 p. Trop. Abs. 24:1890. (93
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Shifting cultivation practiced (96




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VINE, H. Developments in the study of soils and shifting agriculture in
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_ .o Shifting cultivation in Mexico. s.1., s.e., 1965. s.p. Draft
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EXPLOTACION COMBINADA
-(MIXED FARMING)
AIYANGAR, R. S. Mixed farming. Lal-Baugh Journal 8(3):22-24. 1963. (106
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Five Agro-economic Regions are distinguished: I. Forestry and diversified
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Livestock farming and subsidiary cropping; V. Ranching. (109




BARKER, R. y NYBERG, A. J. Coconut-cuttle enterprises in the Philippines.
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BOUDET, G. L'association agriculture-4levage peut-elle devenir une r~alits
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BURGWIN, W. A. Diversification in sisal plantations. I-III. Kenya Sisal
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(114
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS. Agricultural
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Attempts at introducing and improving mixed farming in Senegal. (118
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Tambiin en: Indian Farming 11(8):325-327. 1950.
(120
JOLLY, A. J. Mixed farming in the tropics. Turrialba 8(2):52-54. 1958.
Trop. Abs. 1164. (121




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JOLLY, A. L. A third revolution in tropical agriculture? New Commonwealth 31(2):61b-62. 1956. Trop. tbs. 11:719.
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0 Mixed farming in the Caribbean. Corona 8(10):385-389. 1956.
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. Mixed farmnning in the Tropics. Journal of Agricultural Society
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OLUWASANMI, H. A. Agriculture and Nigerian economic development. Ibadan,
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RAHEJA, P. C. y OBHARAI, S. R. Why practice mixed farming. Indian Farming
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RESEARCH ON mechanized agriculture in Surinam. (En holand9s). Verslagen van
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The rice/cattle rotation resulted in a significant decrease of red rice and grass infestation. Rice production on these fields was high, while
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AOUNCE, N. Y. y THORNTON, D. Ukara island and the agricultural practices
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Continuous arable cropping combined with stock raising. (129
SLNEWIRATNE, F. Coconut pasture project. Ceylon Coconut Planters' Review
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SIEwtRDT, L. Rotaqao, arroz, pastagens ja e uma realidade. Agrisul 1967:1623. 1967. (131
SICLI, H. Development and prospects of agriculture in the Brazilian Amazon
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A system of intensive mixed-fannrming is recomended as the best method
of land use on the "terra firma" in Amazon region... The various systems
of land use, such as shifting cultivation and Ford's rubber plantings
are discussed. (132




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STOBBS, T. H. The effect of grazing resting land upon subsequent arable
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Cotton grown after a grazed ley mixture. (134
STRAUBE, H. The agricultural intensification complex in North-East Africa.
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Mixed farming. (135
SURVEY OF the agricultural potential of the Wadi Zabid. FAO Technical Report
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Reccmendation for mixed farming. (136
TURBET, C. R. Mixed farming. Tropical Agriculturist 105(1):22-25. 1949.
(137
WILLIAMSON, A. W. Economics of grass in the rotation. Tobacco Forum of
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Grazing of leys not only improved the condition for animal husbandry but the tobacco crop grown on land that had been under grass for 3 years was
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EXPLOTACION INTENSIVA
(INTENSIVE FARMING)
Generalidades
(General)
BAINS, S. S. Improving the production potential of small holdings. Indian
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(141
BOSERUP, E. Present and potential food production in developing countries.
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CHKANDLEKR, R. F. Maximum yield potentialities for rice. Philippine Agriculturist 46(4):167-174. 1962. (143
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NICOUI R. Note sur l'intensification possible de l1'agriculture tropicale
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PLATH, C. V. El desarrollo del potencial agricola en los tr*picos hdmedos
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FCA 23:2815. (150
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Sistemas de Cultivos
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Generalidades
(General)
AGRAWAL, R. C. y SHAH, S. L. Extent of variability in selected dry farming
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Cropping pattern. (153
BOUMAN, P. R. Choice of crops in a developing territory (ParanS, Brazil).
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Cropping pattern developed by Dutch settlers in Paran&. (154
BRAMS, E. Experimental systems of sustained cropping of three upland
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CHEN, C. So Crop combination and crop regions in Taiwan. Taipei. Fu-Min
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Trop. Abs. 17:2708. (157
DAS GUPTA, K. R. Cropping pattern and utilization of land in Assam 19551956 to 1965-1966. Agricultural Situation in India 2 (4):215-219.
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DIXIT, P. B. The need of planned cropping and its scope in Hadhya Pradesh.
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DUGGAL, S. L. Land use and cropping pattern in Haryana. Journal of Reaearch.
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GARCIA, F. J. Planning a cropping system for proper land-use. Manla, Bureau
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JURION, F, y HENRY, J Cropping systems in the equatorial forest region of
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KAUSHIK, R. D. A review of factors affecting crop association. Punjab Farmer 4(2):218-224. 1952. (164
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NEZAMUDDIN, S. Requisites of crop planning in India. Indian Agriculturist
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RAO, V. M. A note on changes in crop pattern in the North Deccan region
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SEKHON, G. S. Experiments on the intensity of croping conduced at the Agri-cultural station, Gurudaspur. Punjab Farmer 2(2):52-59. 1950.
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SEN, A. K. y ABRAHAM, C. T. Crop belts and cropping patterns of Rajasthan.
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SIDDIQI, A. H. Cropping patterns in West Pakistan. Journal of Geography
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SINGH, B. B. et al. Cropping pattern for flood affected areas of U. P.
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SINGH, P. y CHOUBEY, S. D. For Jabalpur an intensive cropping schedule.
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SURVEY REPORT on cropping pattern and crop intensities in selected districts
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SWAMINATHAN, M. S. Concept of crop planning. Indian Farming 20(3):41-42.
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THANGAVELU, S. et al. Cropping pattern that will pay Coimbatore farmers.
Indian Farming 18(l0):31, 33. 1969, Trop. Abs. 24:2692 (178




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TRIPATHI, S. N., SITARAMACHARY, T. y PANDEY, R. G. A new cropping pattern
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VENKATARATNAM, L. Cropping pattern in Nagarjunasagar project. Bhagirath
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Cultivos Mixtos
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Generalidades
(General)
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Rotations practiced; forms of mixed cropping; methods of sowing; mixed
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IGBOZURIKE, M. U. Ecological balance in tropical agriculture. Geographical
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KAUSHIK, R. D. Mixed cropping in Delhi State. Allahabad Farmer 25(4):142149. 1951. (191
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Trop. Abs. 24:393. (192
LAWAS, J. M. Agricultural diversification and development; the Philippine
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NEW DELHI. INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE. Scientific report for
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SANTISTEBAN, E. La caficultura y la importancia de los cultivos mixtos.
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SPARNAAIJ, L. D. Mixed cropping in oil palm cultivation. Journal of the
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WEAVER, T. F. The farmers of Raipur. In Mellor, J. W. et al. Developping
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Intercropping pp. 229-230. (201




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WEBSTER, C. C. Notes on intercropping. In Malaysian Oil Palm Conference,
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WRIGLEY, G. Agricultura tropical; el desarrollo de la producci~n. Trad. de
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Anuales con Anuales
(Annuals with annuals)
ACTIVITE DE l'I.R.C.T. (Institut de Recherches du Coton et des Textiles
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ACTIVITE DE 1'I.R.C.T. (Institut de Recherches du Coton et des Textiles
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FCA 19:2564-6. (205
ACTIVITE DE 1'I.R.C.T. (Institut de Recherches du Coton et des Textiles
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Coton sown under maize p. 118. (206
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TANGANYIKA. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Annual report for 1954. II. Dares-Salaam, 1955. 129 p. FCA 9:1030-4, 1030-11.
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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS. COMMODITIES DIVISION. El coco como parte de un sistema agricola mixto. Roma,
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NAIDU, G. V. B. Sugarcane as shade-cun-inter crop to arecanut. Arecanut
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In 1956 one-third of the area under coffee in Colombia was intercropped
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Cultivos de Soca
(Ratooning)
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KOWAL, J. Some physical properties of soil at Samaru, Zaria, Nigeria;
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PANSE, V. G. Trends in land utilization in India with special reference to
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RENSBURG, H. J. VAN. Development of planted fallows of short duration to
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STEPHENS, D. The effects of fertilizers, manure and trace elements in
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_ SANGAVE, R. A. y DHULAPPANAVAR, C. V. Rotational experiment on
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Crop rotations pp. 161-163. (854




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CONGO BELGE. IHSTITUT NATIONAL POUR L'ETUDE AGRONOMIQUE. Rapport annuel
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CROP ROTATION. In Congo Belge. Institut National pour 1'Etude Agronomique.
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THE CULTIVATION of maize in Mauritius. Mauritius. Department of Agriculture.
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DUONG-HONG-HIEN, Crop rotation. Joint Publications Research Service
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Rotation experiments. (887




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FALLON, J, P. Broom millet in the market garden. Journal of Agriculture
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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS. PLANT PRODUCTION
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GAMBIA. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. Thirteenth annual report of the specialist services, Yundum Agricultural Station, for the year 1968-1969.
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EffectS on the soil and succeeding crops. (932




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