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 Title Page
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 Generalidades
 Agricultura migratoria
 Explotación combinada
 Explotación intensiva
 Indice de autores
 Indice de especies
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Title: Bibliografía sobre sistemas de agricultura tropical
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
        Title Page
    Reference
        Reference 1
        Reference 2
    Table of Contents
        Page i
        Page ii
    Introduction
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Generalidades
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Agricultura migratoria
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Explotación combinada
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Explotación intensiva
        Page 13
        Generalidades
            Page 13
        Sistemas de cultivos
            Page 14
            Generalidades
                Page 15
                Page 16
            Cultivos mixtos
                Page 17
                Generalidades
                    Page 17
                    Page 18
                Anuales con anuales
                    Page 19
                    Page 20
                    Page 21
                    Page 22
                    Page 23
                    Page 24
                    Page 25
                    Page 26
                    Page 27
                    Page 28
                    Page 29
                Perennes con anuales
                    Page 30
                    Page 31
                    Page 32
                    Page 33
                    Page 34
                    Page 35
                Perennes con perennes
                    Page 36
                    Page 37
                    Page 38
                    Page 39
            Cultivos de soca
                Page 40
                Page 41
                Page 42
            Cultivos múltiples
                Page 43
                Page 44
                Page 45
                Page 46
                Page 47
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                Page 55
                Page 56
                Page 57
                Page 58
            Variedades para cultivos mixtos y multiples
                Page 59
                Page 60
                Page 61
                Page 62
            Manejo de cultivos mixtos y multiples
                Page 63
                Page 64
                Page 65
            Sucesiones de cultivos
                Page 66
                Con barbecho
                    Page 66
                    Page 67
                    Page 68
                    Page 69
                    Page 70
                Sin barbecho
                    Page 71
                    Page 72
                En rotación
                    Page 73
                    Page 74
                    Page 75
                    Page 76
                    Page 77
                    Page 78
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                    Page 90
                    Page 91
                Monocultivos
                    Page 92
                    Page 93
                    Page 94
        Sistema de cultivos
            Page 95
            Suelos
                Page 95
                Fertilidad, abonos, y fertilizantes
                    Page 95
                    Page 96
                    Page 97
                    Page 98
                    Page 99
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                    Page 101
                    Page 102
                    Page 103
                    Page 104
                    Page 105
                Conservación, control de erosión y cultivos de cobertura
                    Page 106
                    Page 107
                    Page 108
                    Page 109
                    Page 110
                    Page 111
                    Page 112
                Miscelaneos
                    Page 113
                    Page 114
            Enfermedades y plagas y su control
                Page 115
                Page 116
                Page 117
                Page 118
                Page 119
            Malezas y control de malezas
                Page 120
        Aspectos económicos
            Page 121
            Page 122
            Page 123
            Page 124
            Page 125
        Miscelaneos
            Page 126
            Page 127
    Indice de autores
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
        Page 133
        Page 134
        Page 135
        Page 136
        Page 137
        Page 138
    Indice de especies
        Page 139
        Page 140
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        Page 142
        Page 143
        Page 144
        Page 145
    Back Cover
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Bibliograffa sobre sistemas de agricultura
tropical. Turrialba, C.R. 1974.
145 p. (IICA. Documentaci6n e Informaci6n
Agr cola, no. 27)


1. Sistemas de cultivo Bibliografia.
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B IB LI OGRA FIA SO B RE SI STEMNAS D E
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Auspiciada por:

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Investigaci6n y Enseilanza

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INSTITUTO INTERAMERICANO DE CIENCIAS AGRICOLAS DE LA OEA
CENTRO INTERAMERICANO DE DOCUMlENTACION E INFORMACION AGRICOLA IlCA-CIDIA
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D)OCUMEN~TACION E INFORMACION AGRKICOLA




1. Coleccidn de referencia de la Biblioteca Conmemorativa Orton. 2 ed. 1967.

2. Publicaciones periddicas de la Bibllioteca Conmmeorativa Orton. 1964.

3, Tesis de la Escuela para Graduados 1947-1968; resdmenes. 2 ed, rev. y
anpl. 1969.

4. Redaccign de referencias bibliogeraficas; normas oficiales del IICA. 2 ed.
1972.

5. D)irectorio de bibliotecas ag;ricolas en America Latinao 1964.

6. Catalogo de publicarciones peri6dcicas de la Bibl.ioteca Conmemorativa Orton.
2 ed. rev. y anpl. 1970.

7. Estado actual de bibliotecas agricolas en America del Sur; resultados de
una encuesta personail. 1966.

8. Administracin de bibliotecas agricolas. 1966.

9. Gufa de publicaciones peri6dicas agricolas de Amrica Latina. 1966.

10. Bibliog;rafia de bibliog3raffas agricolas de Andrica Latina. 2 ed. rev. y
ampl. 1969.

11. I Mesa Redonda sobre el Progorama Ihteramericano de Desarrollo de Bibliote-
cas Ag;ricolas. Lima, 1968.

12. Contribuciones al IICA a la literatura de las ciencias agricolas. 2 ed.
rev. y anpl. 1972,

13. D)irectorio de siglas en ciencias agricolas. 2 ed. 1971.

14. Gufa bsica para bibliotecas agricolas. (ed. en portuguds y espahol).
1969.

15. II Mesa Redonda sobre el Programa Interamericano de Desarrollo de Biblio-
tecas Agricolas. Bogott, 1969.

16. Recursos de bibliotecas agricolas en Amrica Latina. 1969.

17. 2000 libros en ciencias agricolas en castellano. 1969.

18, III Mesa Redonda sobre el Programa Interamericano de Desarrollo de Biblio-
tecas Agricolas. Rio de Janeiro, 1969.

19. Publicaciones periddicas y seriadas de Amrica Latina. 1971.










20. Indice Latinoamericano de tesis agricolas. 1972.

21. Trdpico americano: situaci6n de los servicios bibliotecarios y docu-
mentaci6n agricola. 1972.

22. 3000 libros ag;ricolas en espahol. 1973.

23. Bibliograffa sobre frijol de costa (Viggga sinensis). 1973.

24. Sistema Interamericano de Informacidn para las Ciencias Agricolas-AGRIN-
TER: bases para su establecimiento. 1973.

25. Bibliografla sobre especies de la fauna silvestre y pesca fluvial y
lacustre de Amdrica Tropical. 1973.

26. Bibliograffa sobre plantas de interds econ6mico de la regidn A~maz6nica.
1974.,







CONTEN:,~IDO CONTENTS



INTRODUCCION iii

GFEMERALID)ADES~
GENiERAL 1

AGRIICULTURAi MIGRIATORHIA
SHIFTING CULTIVATION 4

EX(PLOTACION COIMBINAD)A
MIIXED) FAI\RElNG 10

EXPLOTACION INTENSIVA
INTENSIVE; FARM\ING 13

Generalidades
General 13

Sistemas de Cultivos
Cropping systens 14

Generalidades
General 15

Cultivos Mixtos
Mixed Cropping 17

Generalidades
General 17

Anuales con Anuales
Annuals with Annuals 19

Perennes con Anuales
Perennials wYith 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 M'ixed and Multiple Cropping 59

Manejo de Cultivos Mixtos y Multiples
Management of Mixed and Multiple Cropping 63










Sucesiones de Cultivos
Cropping Sequences 66

Con Barbecho~ 66
Fallowing

Sin Barbecho
Continuous Arable Cropping 71

Ea 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

Conservaci$n, Control de Er~osion 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

Malesas y Control de Malezas
Weeds and Weed Control 120

Aspectos E~conbmicos
Economical Aspects 121

Miscelaneos
Miscellaneous 126

INDICE DE AUTORE-"S 128
AUTHOR INDEX

INDlICE DE ESPECIES19
SPECIES INDE~X






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INTRODUCCION



Hay preocupacign mundial por la baja productividad de los cultivos
alinenticios en el trgpico americano. Esta baja productividad se atri-
buye a la falta de sistemas de producci6n adaptados a las condiciones
ecolbgicas, a los cultivos y alas caracteristicas del agricultor tropi-
cal.

Varias instituciones nacionales e internacionales han iniiciado
progranas de investigacidn encaminados a desarrollar nuevos sistemas de
agricultura que permitan ofrecer soluciones a las bajas producciones.

El Centro Ag;ronimico Tropica:l de Investigacin y Ehiseanza (CATIE)
en Turrialba, Costa Rica, ha iniciado un programa de investigaci6n ten-
diente a desarrollar sistemas de producciBn agricola para el tr6pico y
por su parte el IICA, a travds de su Programa IICA1-Tr6picos, promueve
actividades similares en los palses amazanicos.

En el proceso de planificacibn y desarrollo de los trabajos en
este campo, se ha encontrado que hay escases de informacign escrita bien
identificada sobre este tema o que la que existe esta muy dispersa. Por
esta raz6n se vid la necesidad urgente de producir una bibliograffa es-
pecializada sobre el tema de Sistemas de Agricultura Tropical.

La preparacidn de esta bibliograffa se motiv6 tambi4n camio una con-
tribuci6n a un Seninario Internacional sobre Sistemas de Producci6n Agri-
cola para el Tripico, que se realizara del 25 al 27 de febrero, en Turri-
alba, Costa Rica.

La labor de produccidn de esta bibliograffa fue encomendada al IICA-
CIDIA, Turrialba, Costa Rica, cuyo personal con asesoria de ticnicos del
Departamento de Cultivos y Suelos Tropicales del CATIE, ha realizado una
excelente labor al preparar este valioso documento.

No fue f4cil la organizaci6n de los temas ni la selecei6n de los
tirminos para definir al.gunas actividades especificas. Esto se debe a
que esta rama de la agronomia tropical adn no se ha organizado como dis-
ciplina especializada, con una terminologia propia y de aceptacidn gene-
ral. Se us6 hasta donde fue posible un criterio t4cnico, aunque hubo
casos en que se temaron decisiones de compromiso y de conveniencia para
su definicibn. En estas bases, la bibliogr~affa se ha ordenado bajo un
esquena de clasificacidn amplio (vdase Tabla de Contenido) que se comple-
menta con indices detallados de especies y autores. Para facilitar un
mayor acceso y uso de la literatura registrada, al final de las referen-
cias bibliogr&ficas se indica, mediante las abreviaturas FCA (Field Crop
Abstracts) Trop. Abs. (Tropical Abstracts) y PA (Philippine Abstracts)
fuentes donde el investigador puede encontrar resinenes de los trabajos.

La produccidn de esta bibliograffa fue posible glracias a los apor-
tes econdmicos del Prog3rama IICA-ROCAP a cargo de la Direccidn Regional
de la Zona Norte del IICA en Guatemala, el Proglrama IICA-Tripicos en Be-
lan, Brasil y el CATIE.

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El IICA-CIDIA encomend6 la labor de biisqueda, organizaci6n y cata-
logaci6n de la informacibn a la sehora Barbara Pinchinat, a quien se
hace constar un reconocimiento especial por su eficiente y abnegada la-
bor.

Con esta bibliograffa los patrocinadores y el IICA-CIDIA ofrecen
una contribucidn adicional hacia el mejoramiento de la agricultura tro-
pical y por su medio hacia la mejora de las condiciones de vida del
hombre rural del tr6pico.




Jorge Soria V.
Jefe, Departamento de
.Cultivos y Suelos Tropicales
CATIE Turrialba, Costa Rica



11 de febrero de 1974






























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GEN~ERALI DADES
(GE~NERAL)



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 produccin de cereales, granos
leguminosos, raices, tubrculos y musQceas en la regin de los Andes.
Caracas, Direccidn de Recursos Naturales Renovables, 1962. 192 p. (3

D)UCKHAM, A. N. y MASEFIELD, G. B. Fanning systems of the world. London,
Chatto & Windus, 1970. 542 p. Trop. Abs. 27:3236.

In many places temperate-zone and tropical fanning are compared and con-
trast between them pointed out. (4

ELLIS, B. S. Soil and farming systems in Sou.theni Rhodesia with special
reference to grass leys. Rhodesia Ag;ricultural Journal 50:5-11. 1953.

FLOYD, B. Terrace agriculture in Eastern Nigeria: the case of Maku. Ni-
gerian Geog;raphical Journal 7(2):91-107. 1964. FCA 19:1244.

The farming systens and methods of cultivatio`n. (6

GHANA. DIVISION OF G~ENERAL AGRICULTURE. Miscellaneous inforrmation 1961-
1962. 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...

GLEAVE, M. B. y WHITE, H. P. Population density and ag;ricultural' systems
in West Africa. In Thomras, M. F. y Whillington, G. W., eds. Environ-
ment and land use in Africa. London, Methuen, 1969. pp. 273-300.
(8
HAI ZEL, K. A. The evolution of farming systems in Africa. Ghana Farmer
10(2) r99-102. 1966. Trop. Abs. 22:1764. (9

HENDRICKK,) F. L. Fanning systems and their development in negro Africa.
(Eni frances). Annales de Gembloux 67(4):282-290. 1961. FCA 16:975.(10

HOLDRIDGCE, 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







2



JOLLY, A. L. Sistemas de agricultura en los Tr6pices Hkmedos. Turrialbal
Costa Rica, IICA, 1966. 18 p* 1

JURION, F(. y HENRY, J. D]e 1'agriculture itindrante a 1'agriculture inten-
sifiee. Bruxelles, INE~AC, 1967. 498 p.

A critical review of the methods adopted in raising agricultural produc-
tivity (Chapters 3-6).
Also in English* (13

KIMBER, A. J. The developm~ent of fanning systens and the need for farm
planning in the New Guinea highlands. Papua and New Guinea Agricultural
Journal 19(3):99-111. 1967. FCA 22t2311. (14

KRISHNAMURTHY, K. Dryland fanning~ problems in Mysore. Bangalore, Mysore,
India. University of Agricultural Sciences. Research Series no. 12.
1971. 22 p. FCA 25t6246* (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 1911859* (16

MORGCAN REES, A. M. y HOWARD, R. H. An ecornomiic survey of commercial African
fanning among the Sela of the Mumbwa district of Northern Rhodesia.
Agricultural Bulletin. Department of Agriculture, Northern Rhodesia
10 t1-68. 1955. Trop. Abs. 11:2875.

The comparison of the relative merits of iaproved and unimproved farming
systems* (17

MOSEMAN, 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 develop-
ment of human resources, and establishing indigenous institutions to
serve advancing agriculture. (18

ORDISH, G. Man, crops and pests in Central America. London, Perganon Press,
1964. 119 p. FCA 18:1126. (19

Information is given on history, land use and farmning custcwns.

PAPUA AND NEW GUINEA. DEPARTMENIT OF AGRICULTURE, STCCK AND FISHER~IES. Annual
report 1966-1967. Port Moresbyr, 1969. 194 p. FCA 24:2799-4

Farming systens pp. 77-79* (20

PARSONS, D. J. The systems of agriculture practiced in Uganda. I. Introduc-
tion and Teso systems. Memoirs of the Research Division, Department of
Agriculture, Uganda 6(1):1-70. 1960. Trop. Abs. 17:297. (21








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PARSO!NS, D. J. The systems of agriculture practiced in Uganda. II. The
plantain-robusta coffee systems with a note on the plantain-millet-
cotton areas. ]Memoirs of the Research Division, Department of Agri-
culture, 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, D)epartment of Agriculture,
Uganda 3(3):1-66. 1960. Trop. Abs. 17:16470 (23

.The systens of Ag;riculture practiced in Uganda. V. Pastoral sys-
tems. Memoirs of the Research Division, Department of Agriculture, Uganda
3(4),1-30; (5).:1-27. 1960. Trop. Abs. 17:2705. 2

ROTEN~HAN, D., FREIHERR VON., Land use anid animal husbandry in Sukunaland,
Tanzania; the organization of land management on African peasant fanus.
(En alemin). IFO-Institut f'dr Wirtschaftsforschungen, 1966. 131 p.
(Africa-Studien no. 11). FCA 20:2794. (25

RUTHEN~BERG, H. Fanning systems in the tropics. OxEford, England, Clarendon
Press, 1971. 313 p. FCA 26:249g. (26

SCHLIPPE, P. DE. Eanquete prliminaire du systeme agricole des Barundi de
la region Batutsi (Ruanda-Urundi). ultnArcled og eg
48(4):827-882. 1957. FCA 11:773. ultnAioe uCni eg (27

SWAMIIINATHAN, M. S. y RAO~, N. G. P. Increasing and stabilising production
under dry farmting. Indian Farning 20l(1):5-7, 32. 1970. FCA 24:2772.

Traditional dry farnning, environmental control, intensity of croppingz
and the integ;rated approach.(2

TAYLOR, S. A. Mthodes rationnelles de culture en sec dans les r&gions
arides et semi-arides. Arid Zone Research 15:211-225. 1961. Trop. Abs.
16r2145. (29

TEMIPANY, SIR H. y GRIST, D. H. Types of agr~iculture suited to the tropics.
In .An introduction to tropical agriculture. London, LongFnans,
1958. pp. 39-53. (30

TULIPPE, 0. y WILMET, J. GSographie de 1'agriculture en Afrique Centrale;
essai de synthese. Travaux GGographiques, Liege 150:303-374. 1965.
Trop. Abs. 21:1636.

Traditional agricultural system~s of Central Africa. (31

VINCEN~T, V., THORASs R. G. y STAPLES, R. R. An agricultural survey of South-
ern Rhodesia. I. Agroecological survey. Salisbury, Federation of Rhode-
sia and Nyasaland, s.f. 147 p. FCA 15:1163.

A land-use classification in terms of the famning systems best suited to
the natural characteristics of soils and climate. FCA 15:1163. (32











WEB3STER, C. C. y WILSON, P. N. Permanent fanning systens associated with
the production of swamp rice. In .Agriculture in the tropics.
London, Longpians, 1966. pp. 202-216. (33

WRIICLEY, G. Sistenas agricorlas. In Agricultura tropical; el
desarrollo de la productiaon Trad. de la 1 ed. inglesa por Celedonio
Sevillano Mayo. M$xico, Continental, 1962. pp. 91-106. (34



AGRICULTURA ~MIGRATORIA
(SHIFTING CULTIVATICPJ)

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 land-
use, are treated La their numerous aspects. (35
ANDERSCN, J. A. R. Research on the effects of shifting cultivation in
Sarawak. In Symposium on the impact of man oTn humid trorpics vegetation,
Goroka, 1960. s.n.t. pp. 203-206. Trop. Abs. 19:2246. (36

BIARD, J. y WAGENAAR, G. A4. W. Report to the Government of Brazil on crop
production in selected areas of the Amazon Valley. FA()/ETAP Report nao
1960. 47 p. FCA 15:510.

The main crops of the region being cassava, rice, maize and malva (Urena
lihatd), all produced under shifting cultivation. (37
BRAUN, W. A. G. Contribucao an estudo de erosao no Brasil e seu contra1e.
Revista Brasileira de Geografia 23(4):591-642. 1961. Trop. Abs. 18:1494.

Shifting cultivation as one of the prinary causes. (38

CHABROILIN, R. La riziculture de tavy a Madag!ascar. Agronomie Tropicale
20(1) t9-23. 1965. Trop. Abs. 20:1960.

Rice (the dcvninant forod croip in this areas) is grown either under irriga-
tion or on rain-fed fields in a sy;Stem of shifting cultivation. Many
drowbacks of the system are discussed. (39

CHATURVEDUI, 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 HASWE;LL, M. R. The economiics of subsistence agriculture.
London, MacMillan, 1964. 218 p. Trop. Abs. 20:2799.

An Important part of the vo~lume is devoted to shifting cultivation, Irraw-
ing on information frcn many sources. (41








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COLE, R. Temiar Senoi agriculture. Malayan Forester 22(4):260\-271. 1959.
Trop. Abs. 15r1346.

Shifting cultivation. (42

CONCLIN, H. C. An ethnoecological approach to shifting agoriculture. Trans-
actioins of the New York Acadeny of Sciences (Ser. 2) 17:133-142. 1954.
(43

El estudio del cu!ltive de roza. Washington, D. C., Unic\n Paname-
r;,icana, 1963. 188 p. (Estudios ;y monograffas no. 11). FCA 19:2584.

The study of shifting cultivationo (44

D)AR, U. et al. Development of agriculture in tribal areas. Indian Journal
of Agricultural Ecornomics 25(3):155-225. 1970. Trop. Abs, 27:2427.

9 separate papers and 11 sumaries of papers; they may be devided intor:
(1) those relating general aspects of tribal agriculture; (2) those deal-
ing with shifting cultivation in hill areas; and (3) those corncerned with
tribal agriculture in the plains. (45

DEZ, J. Les fewi de v4g4Station; apergus psycho-s ociologiques. Bulletin de
Madaga~;scar 16(247):1211-1229. 1966. Trop. Abs. 22:856.
Its relation with shifting cultivation. (46

DO)KU, E. V. Are there any alternatives to the traditional bush fallow
systems of miaintaining fertility? Ghana Fanner 11(1):27-30. 1967. Trop .
Abs. 23,1993.

Includes shiftig cultivation. (47

FREEMAN, J. D. Iban arliculture; a report on the shifting cultivation of
hill rice by the Iban 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. 1012334.
Advantages and disadvantages of shifting cultivation. (49

GERAKIS, P. A. y TSANGARAKIS, C. Z. The influence of Acacia seneeral on the
fertility of a sand sheet ("god") 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
Ag;ricultural Science 7(2):150-154. 1959. Trop. Abs. 14:2440. (51







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HAHRRIS, D. R. The ecology of swidden cultivation in; the Upper drinoco 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
(FA~O) no. 14:131-138. 1971* (53
HAUSHERR, K. Traditional shifting cultivation and modern development schemes
in the dry zone of South-Eastern Ceylon. (En alembn). In Schweinfurth,
U. et go. Lrandschafts3kologische Foirschungen auf der Insel Ceylon.
Wiesbaden (W. Germiany), Franz Steiner, 1971. (Beihefte Geographische
Zeitschrift 27) pp. 167-204. Trop. Abs. 27r1784. (54

HENDRICKX, F. L. Les systemes de culture et leur volution en Afrique noire.
Annales de Gembloux 67(4):282-290. 1961. Trop. Abs. 17:1099.

Shifting cultivation* (55
HES'~MER, H. Agricultural crop growing combined with silviculture. I. Tropic-
al Africa. (E:n alemn). Wissenschaftliche Schriftenreihe Bundesminis-
teriumn fr Wirtschaftliche Zusamaenarbeit no. 8:1-150. 1966. Trop. Abs.
22:1943.

Methods of shifting cultivation* (56
HUIZENGA, L. H. Enhancement orf prosperity of the shifting cultivator in
the tropics. (En holandbs). Landbouwkundig Tijdschrift 72(40):119-126.
1960. Trop. Abs. 15:1351. (57

JUD)D, 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. 19r2033.
Shifting cultivation with rice as a main crop. (58
KELMAN, M. C. Sene environmental components of shifting cultivatioin in
upland Mindanao* Journal of Tropical Geography 28:40-56. 1969.
FCA 24tl462* (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
KOWALs N. E~. Shifting cultivation, fire and pine forest in the Cordillera
Central, Luzon, Philippines. Ecological Monographs 36(4):389-419. 1966.
FCA 20r2799* (61
LAFO~NT, P. B. The slash and burn (ray) agricultural system of the mountain
populations of Central Vietnan. JI Pacific Science Congress of Pacific
Science Association, 9th, Bangkok, 1957. Proceedings. Bangkok, s.f.(6
vol. 7, pp. 56-59. FCA 15:1662* 6






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LAFONT, P. B. L'agriculture sur brulis 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.(3

LAUFER, P. C. Baining cr fr Volkerkunde. Leipzig 23:7-25. 1966. Trop. Abs. 22:2421

Shifting cultivatiorn as practiced by the Baining tribes of New Britain64
(Territory of Papua and New Guineaj.

LE;ACH, E. R. Somne economic advantage;s 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. Sece aspects of shifting cultivation in British Bonneao Malayan
Forester 24(2):102-1~99 1961. FCA 15:2095. (66

.Agriculture in Sarawak. Journal of Tropical Geography 21:21-29.
1965, Trop. Abs. 21:200~'8.

Shifting cultivation with hill rice as the main crop. (67

M~AUD)E, A. Shifting cultivation and populatioin growth in Tonga. Journal of
Tropical Geography 31:57-64. 1970. Trop. A\bs. 26:1891.

Factors affectig intensification of traditional agricultural systems
from long fallow to short fallorw to multicropping: are discussed. (68

MIRAC~LE, M. P. Agriculture in the Congo Basin; tradition and change in Afri-
can rural econcnies. Madiso\n, Wisccnsin, University Press, 1967. 370! p.
FCA 21:2251.

The principal agricultural systens practiced including shifting cultivran(9
tion.

M\0MBER~, E. U. Systens of tropical peasant agriculture. Rural Life 6(1):3-
1.1961. FCA 15:507.

Sone of the maini features characterizing peasant ag;riculture in tropical
Africa, shifting cultivation in particular. (7(

MONTGOIMERY, 9. E. Patrorl of Upper Chinbu Census D)ivisio\n, E~astern Highilands,
Papua and NeFw GIuinea Ilgr~icultural Journal 13(1):1-9. 1960. Trop. Abs.
16:364.

Shiftinig cultiva tiorn.7

Mob, P, d.The soiil resoiurces of tropical Afric;i. Clmbridge, Univer-
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Part 2 hans problem of shifting cultivatiorn as the maini theme, with papers
oni shifting cultivation, fertilizerresponises and tropical tree crops.(72






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NEUMANN, P. Economy and material culture of the Surinan Bush Negroes;
a contribution to the study of Afro-Amnerican problems. (En alemin).j
Abhandlungen und Berichte des Staa'tliches Museums fr V'lkerkunde su
D)resdien 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,
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NYE, P. H. y GREERLAND), D. J. The soil under shifting cultivation. Commorn-
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OBE~RG, K~. The marginal peasant in rural Brazil. A\merican Anithropnlogist
67(6):1417-1427. 1965. Trop. Abs. 21:1228.

Fanners using primitive methods such as shifting cultivation. (76
OLDE~rAN, R. A. A. Shifting cultivation and field rotation. Wagoningen,
Agricultural University of the Netherlands, Division of Forest Utili-
sation and Forest Economics, 1964. 67 p* (77

PETRIICESKS R., J. Relacien entre el a'rea e intensidad de la agricultura mi-
gratoria en Venezuela. Boletin. Instituto Forestal Latincr Americano de
Investigaci$n y Capacitacidn (Venezuela) 4:80:97. 1959. Trop. Abs.
15:1028. (78

PETRICEKS, J. Shifting cultivation in Venezuela. Ph.D. Thesis, Syracuse,
N. Y., State University, College of Forestry, 1968. 334 p. (79
POPEN0E, H. Effects of shifting cultivation on natural soil constituents
in Central Ame'rica. Ph.D. Thesis. Gainesville, University of Florida,
1960. 156 p* (80

RAGHAVAN, M. S. Podu or shifting cultivation (in Andhra Pradesh). In
Silvicultural Conference, 9th, Dehra Dun, India, 1956. Proceeding=s.
Dehra Dun, 1960. v. 2, pp. 94-98. FCA 16:453. (81

RAPPAPORT, R. A. The flow of energy in an agricultural society. Scientific
American 225(3):117-132. 1971. FCA 25:2732

Swiddening, a primitive agricultural systan used in the tropical rain
forest of New Guinea* (82

REINA, R. E. Milpas and milperols: implications for prehistoric times.
American Anthropologist 69(1):1-20. 1967. Trop. Abs. 22:1746

A description of the system of shifting cultivation, with makee as the
main crop, as it is practiced by the Maya Indians in the Peten regi'n of
Mexico* (83







9-



REYNDERS, J. J. Some remarks about shifting cultivation in Netherlands,
New Guinea. Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science 9(1):36-40.
1961. Trop. Abs. 16:1361. (84

.The analysis of shifting cultivation areas. La Symposium on
Photo Interpretation, Delft, Netherlands, 1962. Trasactions. Delft,(8
Waltman, 1962. pp. 171-176. Trop. Abs. 18:2544.(8

.Shifting cultivation in the Star-Mountain area. Nova Guinea.
Antropology 2-3:45-73. 1962. Trop. Abs. 17:2966. (86

SANCHEZ, P. A. y NURENA, M. A. Upland rice improvement under shifting
cultivation systems in the Amazon Basin of Peru. Per. Ministerio de
Agricultura y Pesqueria. Programa Nacional de Arroz. Iniforme nc. 31.
1970. 26 p. (87

SATYANARAYA~N, Y. The effects of shifting cultivation in Western Ghats,
India. I;n Symposion on the impact of man on humid tropics vegetation,
Goroaka, Territory of Papua and New Guinea, 1960~. s.n.t. pp. 216-231.
Trop. Abs. 19:2245. (88

SCHLIPPE, P. DE. Shifting cultivation in Africa; the Zande system of agri-
cult(lre. Londo~n, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1956. 3014 p.
(89

.Le nomadisne agricole; son envergure, ses remedes. Annales de
Gembloux 63(4):268-292. 1957. FCA 11:1292. (90

SHIFTING CULTIVATION. In World Forestry Congress, 5th, Seattle, 1960.
Proceedings. Washington, D. C., U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest
Research Service, 1962. v. 3, Sect. 10, pp. 20r16-2037, 2044-2046, 2058-
2059. FCA 17r568* (91

SIOLI, H. Development and prospects of agriculture in the Brazilian Amazon
Region. (En aledan). Erde 100(2-4):3(i7-326. 1969. Trop. Abs. 25:3

The various systems of land use, shifting cultivation included.
(92

SPENCE;R, J. E. Shifting cultivation in Southeastern Asia. Berkeley, Univer-
sity of California, 1966. 247 p. Trop. Abs. 24:1890. (93

TONDEUXR, G. y BERGEkR00-CAMPAGNE, B. L'agriculture nomade. I. Congoi Belge-
08te d'Ivoire. Rome, FAO, 1956. 230 p. FCA 11:775. (94

TO\RRES-TRUEBA, H. E. Slash-and-burn cultivation in the tropical forest
Amazon; its technor-environmental limitations and potentialities for
cultural development. Sociologus 18(2):137-151. 1968. Trop. Abs.
24:747. (95

VICARY, J. R. Agricultural year at Yabob village (New Guinea). Papua
Agriculturail journal 12(4):180-191. 1960. F~CA 14:448.

Shifting cuL~tivation practiced (96






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VINE, H. D)evelop~ments in the study of soils and shifting agriculture in
tropical Africa. In Moss, H. P., ed. The soil resources of tropical
Abs 624:2London, Cambridge University Press, 1968. pp. 89-119. Trop.
(97
WATTERSs R. F. Scne forms of shifting cultivation in the South-West
Pacific. Journal of Tropical Geography 14:35-50. 1960. Trop. Abs.
16tl362. 9

.Shifting cultivation in Mexico. s.1., s.e., 1965. s.p. D)raft
report for FAO. 9

*La agricultura migratoria en Venezuela. Trad. del ingl&s. Me'ri-
da68Instituto Forestal Latinoamericano de InvestigaciFn y Capacitacidn
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.La agricultura migratoria en Amdrica Latina. Roma, Organizacin
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342 p. (Fi~AO Cuadernos de FDmento Forestal no. 17)* (101

*Shifting cultivation in Peru. s.l., FAO, Forestry and Forest
Products Division, s.f. s.p, (102
WEIBSTER, C. C. y WILSO)N, P. N. Modifications and alternatives to shifting
cultivationl7 nol Agriculture in the tropics. London, Longmnans,
1966 pp.178-~1,(103

h.y WILSOIN, P. N. Shifting cultivation. ILL Agriculture in
the tropics. London, LonguJans, 1966. pp. 151-177* (104
WELTE, E. Fertility and productivity of tropical soils with emphasis on the
problems of shifting culltivation. (Eni alemin). In Africa Heute.
Jahrbuch 1963. s.l., s.e., 1963. pp. 221-230. Trop. Abs. 20:1695 (10i5


-EXPLOTACION COMBINADA
(MIXED FARMING)

AIYANGAR, R. S. Mixed farming. Lal-Baugh Journal 8(3):22-24. 1963. (10i6
ALKALI, M. M. Mixed farming: in Southern Nigeria. Proceedings of the Agri-
cultural Society of Nigeria 3:7-~13. 1964* (10~7
ALLEN~, E. F. Mixed farming and intercropping. Planters'Bulletin of the
Rubber Research Institute of Malaya no. 17:38-41. 1955. Trop. Abs. 10:1618
(108
ANDERSON, R. y STAPLES, R. R. An agricultural survey of Southern Rhodesia.
II. The agro-economic survey. Salisbury (S. Rhodesia), Federation of
Rhodesia and Nyasaland, s.f. 13C, p. FCA 15:1164.
Five Agro-economic Regions are distinguished: I. Fo~restry and diversified
farming; II. Crop farming;1II. Cambined crop and livestock fanning* IV.
Livestock fannaug and subsidiary cropping; V. Ranching* (109







11 -



BA1RKER, R. y NYBERG, A. J. Crccnut-cuttle enterprises in the Philippines.
Philippine Agriculturist 52(1):49-60. 1968. Trop. Abs. 25:1882. (110

BOIUDET, G. L'assciation agriculture-41evage peut-elle devenir une rdalitf
en milieu trnpical? R~evue d'Elevage et de Mddecine Veterinaire des
Pays Tropicaux 15(3):273-281. 1962. FCA 17:1178. (111

BiURGWIN, W. A. Diversificatiorn in sisal plantations. I-III. Kenya Sisal
Board Bulletin 61:24-26; 60:8-13. 1967. Trop. Abs. 23:765. (112

ICNHRISTIAN, C. S. The future revoluti Australian Journal of Science 22(4):138-147. 1959. Trop. Abs. 15:1081.

Mixed fanning. (113

FINNEY, D). J. y PANNIKKAR, M. R. Exrperimental tests of mixed fanning in
India. Indian Journal of Ag;ricultural Science 24(4):279-281, 1953.
(114

F(\OD AND) AGRICULTURE ORHGANIZATION O~F THE UNITED) NATIO\NS. Agricultural
development in Nigeria 1965-1980. Ro`me, 1966. 512 p. Trop. Abs. 22:
1485.

Includes discussion orf mixed fanning. (115

FeCOD AND AGRICULTUREl 61RGANIZATIONJ OF THE UNITED NATIONS. COMM(?DITIES DIVISI(iN.
El coico come, parte de un sistena agricorla mixto. Rome, 1966. 32 p.
(FACI Commoldity Rieporrts. New Series n(r. 1), TA 21:1676.

Also in Enaglish and French. (116

GUIMIARAES, G. Angola e a pastag:em ideal para rotacao nas varzeas arrozeiras
dco vale de Paraiba. AgTricultur e Pecuolria (B3rasil) na. 517:12-13.
1967. (117

RAMOICN, R. Qauelques rdsultats Fbtenus en matiere d'intgration Q1evage-agri-
culture par le C.N.R.A. Bambey. Machinisme Agricole Tropicale 36:34-41.
1971. Trop. Abs. 27:2295.

Attempts at intrroducing and improrving mixed fanning; in Senega.l. (118

HOR. ixed-farming and multiple-cropping; in Malaya. Journal of Tropical
Geography 16:1-17. 1962. Trop. A2bs. 18:1263. (119

IBNE ALI, S. M:LKed fanning in Uttar Pradesh. Kanpur Agricultural Colleye
Students Magazine 11(1):17-19. 1950.
Tanbiin enr Indian Farming 11(8):325-327. 1950.
(120!

JOAY, A. J. Mixed farming in the tropics. Turrialba 8(2):52-54. 1958.
Trop. Albs. 1164. (121










JOLLY, A. L. A third revo~lution in tropical agriculture? New Comnmonwealth
31(2):61-62. 1956, Trop. Abs. 11:719.

Includes mnixed farmin. (122

i Mixed farmingo in the C:aribbean. Co(rona 8(10):385-389. 1956.
Tropo Abs. 11:3265* (123

.Mixed fanning in the Tropics. Journal of Agricultural Society
of Trinidad and Tobago 59(2):207-219. 1959. Trop, Abs. 15:802. (124

McGONNELL,, 0. J. Pakistan the place of livestock in the farming systan
of Sind (Mirwah) farms report to the government. Hnme, FAD, 1972.
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Mixed farming* (125

OLUWASAY.NMI, H. A. Agricult;ure and Nigerian economnic development. Ibadan,
Oxforrd University, 1966. 240\ p. Trop. Abs, 22:106~0.

A review of mixed farming, up to 1954* (126
RAHEJA, P. C. y CIBHARAI, S. R. Why practice mixed farming. Indian Farming
3(3):20-21. 1953* (127

RESEARCH AR mechanized aglriculture in Surinam. (Enh horlandks). Verslagen van
Landbouwkundige Onderzeeking;en 1967-1968. s.l., 1969. pp. 1-80.
Trop. Abs. 25:289.

The rice/cattle rotation resulted in a significant decrease of red rice
and grass infestatiorn. Rice prorduction on these fields was high, while
in addition, 50 kg meat/ha/year was produced. (128

ilOUNCE, N. Y. y TH(iRNTON, D. Urkara island and the agricultural practices
of the Wakara. Emnpire Cotton Growing Review 33(4):255-263. 1956.
Trop. Abs. 11:2874.

Conntinuous arable cropping ccombined with stock raising. (129

SENEWIHATNE, F. Coconut pasture project. Ceylon Coconut Planters' Heview
5(2):89-91. 1968. Trop. Abs. 24:1039.

Mixed farming*. (130

SIEWRDT L.Rotacao, arroz, pastag;ens ja e uma r.ealidade. Ag~risul 1967:16-
23. 1967* (131

SIC;LI, H. Developnent and prospects of agriculture in the Brazilian A~mazon
Region. (En alem&n). Erde 100(2-4):30~7-326. 1969. Trop. Abs. 25:3.

A system of intensive mixed-fanning 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






13-



STOBBS, T. H. The effect of girazing resting land upon subsequent arable
crop yields. East African Agriculture and Forestry JFurnal 35(1):28-
32. 1969. F~CA 23:4097. (133

.The value of Centrosena pubescens (Benth) for increasing animal
production and improving soil fertility in Northern Uganda. E~ast Afri-
can Agricultural and Forestry Jorurnal 35(2):197-202. 1969. FCA 24:
1032.

Cottcrn grown after a g;razed ley mixture. (134

STRAUBE, H. The agricultural intensification complex in North-East Africa.
(EnI alemin). Paideuma 13:198-222. 1967. Trop. Abs. 23:445.

Mixed farming. (135

SURVEY OF~ the agricultural potential of the Wadi Zabid. FA0! Technical Report
no. 7, 1971. 60 p.

Recovendation for mixed fanning. (136

TURBET, C. R. Mixed farming. Tropical Agriculturist 1015(1):22-25. 1949.
(137

WILLIAMSCN, A. W. Economics of grass in the rotation. Tobacco Forun of
Rhodesia and Nyasaland 1962:7-8. Nov. 1962. Trop. Abs. 18:695.

raz;ing of leys not only improved the condition for animal husbandry but
the tobacco crorp grown on land that had been under grass for 3 years was
of a higher yield and a better quality. (138


EXPLOTACION ORTENMSIVA
(INTENSIVE FARMIING)

Genera lidades
i(General)


BAINS, S. S. On3proving5 the production potential of small holding., Indian
~:-;Sciety of Agricultural EconcHnics, Seminar Series no. 7. 19680 ppo 48-
59. (139

BAIASUBRMMETANX;YY? .C y RAMASWAMY, XL iR; eiMaxinisa'tion of crop production in
i, .:the ceded districts., : Madras -Agricultural JodBaal4S0(4):129-132. 195;3.
(1401

BILLI~NGS, M. H. y SIINGH, A. Farm mechanization and g;reen revolution, 1964-
1984, the Punjab case. NewilDelhi, :USAID 1U970!. p. 70.
(141

BOlSERUP, E. Present and potential food production in developing countries.
In Zelinsky, W. et al, eds. Geography and crowding wo~rld. Oxrford, Uni-
versity Press, 1970. pp. 1006-113. (142






13-



STOBBS, T. H. The effect of girazing resting land upon subsequent arable
crop yields. East African Agriculture and Forestry JFurnal 35(1):28-
32. 1969. F~CA 23:4097. (133

.The value of Centrosena pubescens (Benth) for increasing animal
production and improving soil fertility in Northern Uganda. E~ast Afri-
can Agricultural and Forestry Jorurnal 35(2):197-202. 1969. FCA 24:
1032.

Cottcrn grown after a g;razed ley mixture. (134

STRAUBE, H. The agricultural intensification complex in North-East Africa.
(EnI alemin). Paideuma 13:198-222. 1967. Trop. Abs. 23:445.

Mixed farming. (135

SURVEY OF~ the agricultural potential of the Wadi Zabid. FA0! Technical Report
no. 7, 1971. 60 p.

Recovendation for mixed fanning. (136

TURBET, C. R. Mixed farming. Tropical Agriculturist 1015(1):22-25. 1949.
(137

WILLIAMSCN, A. W. Economics of grass in the rotation. Tobacco Forun of
Rhodesia and Nyasaland 1962:7-8. Nov. 1962. Trop. Abs. 18:695.

raz;ing of leys not only improved the condition for animal husbandry but
the tobacco crorp grown on land that had been under grass for 3 years was
of a higher yield and a better quality. (138


EXPLOTACION ORTENMSIVA
(INTENSIVE FARMIING)

Genera lidades
i(General)


BAINS, S. S. On3proving5 the production potential of small holding., Indian
~:-;Sciety of Agricultural EconcHnics, Seminar Series no. 7. 19680 ppo 48-
59. (139

BAIASUBRMMETANX;YY? .C y RAMASWAMY, XL iR; eiMaxinisa'tion of crop production in
i, .:the ceded districts., : Madras -Agricultural JodBaal4S0(4):129-132. 195;3.
(1401

BILLI~NGS, M. H. y SIINGH, A. Farm mechanization and g;reen revolution, 1964-
1984, the Punjab case. NewilDelhi, :USAID 1U970!. p. 70.
(141

BOlSERUP, E. Present and potential food production in developing countries.
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CHANLER~;, R. Fi. Maximum yield potentialities for~ rice. Philippine Agri-
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NICOU( R. Note sur 1'intensification possible de 1'agriculture tropicale
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PRINE, G. M. A report of several experiments studying ecological and phy-
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Sistemas de Cultives
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Cene ralidades
(G;eneral)


AGRAWA\L, R. C. y SHAH, S. L. Extent of variability in selected dry farming
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Cropping pattern, (153

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Crorpping pattern developed by D)utch se!ttlers in Parana. (154

BRAMLS, E. Experirnental systems orf sustained cropping of three upland
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CHEN, C. S, Crnp combination and crop reo;ions in Taiwan. Taipei. Fu-Mrin
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DA~S GUPTA, K. R. Cropping pattern and utilization of land in AZssam 1955-
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(171
SEN, A. K. y ABRAHAM, C. T. Crop belts and cropping paitterns of Rajasthan.
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A review* (172

SIDDIQI, A. H. Cropping patterns in West Pakistan. Journal of Geography
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(175
SURVEY REPORT on cropping pattern and crop intensities in selected districts
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SWtUINATHAN, M. S. Concept of crop planning. Indian Farmingo 20(3):41-42.
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THANGAVE10, S. et al. Cropping pattern that will pay Coimbatore farmers.
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TRIPATHI, S. N., SITARMAtCHA4RY, T. y PANDEY, R. G. A new cropping pattern
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(179
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VEN~KATASUBRAMARNIAEI, M. K., KRISHNASWAMY, V. y DHANARAJ, L. A note o\n the
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Cultives Mixto`s
(Mixed cropplin~g)

Generalidades
(General)

AIYER(, A. K. Y. N. Mixed cropping; in India. Indian Journal of Agricultural
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Rotations practiced; forms oif mixed crorpping; methods of s.ewing; mixed
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BALASUBRAHMANYAN, R. A noite on the mixed cropping trials at Guntur. Indian
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BALDY, C. Mixed cultures and water utilization. (E:n francds). Annales Agro-
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CHENJ, K. P. The theoretical basis of inter-cropping, mixed-cropping and
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GIRI, R. Estination of areas under mixed crops. AgZricultural Situation in
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HESMER, H. The cambined cultivation of agricultural and forestry crops. II.
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1970. Tro~p. Abs. 27:1729* (189






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TRIPATHI, S. N., SITARMAtCHA4RY, T. y PANDEY, R. G. A new cropping pattern
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(179
VEN~KATARATNAM?, L. Cropping; pattern in Nagarjunasagar project. Bhagirath
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VEN~KATASUBRAMARNIAEI, M. K., KRISHNASWAMY, V. y DHANARAJ, L. A note o\n the
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paddy. Madras Agricultural Journal 48(1):36-37. 1961. FCA 15:1855.(181


Cultives Mixto`s
(Mixed cropplin~g)

Generalidades
(General)

AIYER(, A. K. Y. N. Mixed cropping; in India. Indian Journal of Agricultural
Science 19:439-543. 1949. FCA 4:481.

Rotations practiced; forms oif mixed crorpping; methods of s.ewing; mixed
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ATTEMS, M. y RUTH~ERBEG, H. Systems and characteristics of mixed cropping
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BALASUBRAHMANYAN, R. A noite on the mixed cropping trials at Guntur. Indian
Cottorn Growing Review 4:173-177. 1950. FCA 4:1116. (184

BALDY, C. Mixed cultures and water utilization. (E:n francds). Annales Agro-
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CHENJ, K. P. The theoretical basis of inter-cropping, mixed-cropping and
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GIRI, R. Estination of areas under mixed crops. AgZricultural Situation in
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HESMER, H. The cambined cultivation of agricultural and forestry crops. II.
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1970. Tro~p. Abs. 27:1729* (189






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IGB0~ZURIKEi~, M. U. Ecolog;ical balance in tropical agriculture. Geographical
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MIixed cropping and its potencial use in tropical agriculture. (190

KAUSHIK, R. D. Mixed cropping in D)elhi Ctate. Allahabad Farmer 25(4):142-
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KHADER, K. B. A. y ANTO\NY, K. J. Intercropping; a paying proposition for
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LAWAS, J. 18. Agricultural diversification and development; the Philippine
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Combinations of mixed cropping* (193

MIXED;1 CRO)PPING trials at Guntar. Indian Fanning 11(10):464-466. 1950.
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NEW DELHI. INDIAN AGRICULTU;RAL RESEARCH I[NSTITUTE. Scientific report for
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SANTISTEB~AN, E. La caficultura y la importancia de los cultives mixtos.
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SEINENAYAKE, Y. D. A. Intercropping, supPlanentary cropping and crop subs-
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SHER, T. H. Agricultural development on Taiwan since World War II. New York,
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Intercropping pp. 26, 189-199, 209, 211, 213. (198

SPARNAAICJ, L. D. Mixed cropping in oil palm cultivation. Journal of the
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WEAVER, T. F. The fanners of Raipur. In Mellor, J. W. et al. Developping
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Intercropping* (200

WEB~STERZ, C. C. yr WILSON, P. N. Agriculture in the tropics. London, Longnians,
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Intercropping pp. 229-230. (201






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WE~BSTER, C. C. Notes on intercrcrpping. In Malaysian CGil PaLn Conference,
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Cultive intermedio (intercropping) pp. 116-118. (203



Anuales con Anuales
(Annuals with annuals)

ACTIVITE DE 'I.R.C.T. (Institut de Recherches du Cnatn et des Textiles
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Includes intercropping (maize with cotton, groundinut with cotton)
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ACTIVITE DE 1'I.R.C.T. (Institut de Recherches du Coton et des Textiles
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Includes intercropping (Gossypium barbadense with yan) pp. 107-114.
FCA 19:2564-6. (205

ACTIVITE D)E 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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ALIM, A., ed. Rice cultivation in East Pakistan. s.l., Food and Agricul-
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Intercropping of early and late varieties. (208

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AND)ERSON, E.~~ y WILLIAMS, L. O. Maize and sorgtian as a mixed croip in Honduras.
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(210

AND)REWS, D. J. Relay and intercropping; with s Ahmadu Bello University, Institute for Agricultural Research, 1970. s.p.
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ANDREWS, D. J. Intercropping with sorghan in Nigeria. Ex~perimiental Agri-
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ANGEL[IC, A. The association maise/cotton or groundnut/cotton in Ivory
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ANSON, R. R. Cotton production in Indonesia. Ebpire Cottan Growing Review
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Cotton interplanted varieties suitable. (214

ANTHONY, K. R. M. y WILLIMOTT, S. G. Corttorn interplanting experiments in
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Cultivos mixtos* (217

BOD)ADE, V. N. Mixed cropping of groundnut and jowar. Indian Oilseeds
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BOLANTE, S. B. Mixed cropping of pole bean (Phaseplus vulaaris) with green
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BROOKE, C. The durra canplex in the Central Highlands orf Ethiopia. Economic
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Maize, beans, gorurds, melons, peppers, fenug;reek or groundnuts may be
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"Breaking ovel''maise plants to reduce shading orf beean sown between the
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CABRAL, A. L. A propos du cycle cultural arachidemaiils en GuinCe Portugaise.
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Crops are grown eni ridged or on flat ground, singly or in mixtures, e.g.
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CERVINA A., D., McCUNE, D. L. y GROiVE, V. H. Establecimiento de ferrajeras
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Interplanting with rice. (227

CHATTO\PAD)HYAY, S. Prorduction problens of arid regions-Bellary tract. Indian
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G3ram intercropped with cotton. (228

CONG;O BE~LGE., INSTITUT NATIONA~L POUR LiETUDE AGRONOCMIQ~UE. Rapport annuel
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Intercropping pp. 239-24~0 (229

H apport annuel pour 1'exercice 1955. Gembloux, 1956. 567 p.
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Cassava interplanted with maiz;e p. 292. (230

THE CULTIVA.TI('N of maize in Mauritius. Mauritius. D)epartment of Agriculture.
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Interplanting with sugar cane. (231

CURTIS, D. L. Sorghum :n'uWest Africa. Field Crop Abstract 18(3):145-152,
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Interplanting and rotation p. 147. (232

D)ASS, N. y BATRA, P. C. When green fodder is scarce try tecsinte. Indian
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Cultivation in mixture with cowpeas. (233

DIAULAY, H. S. et al. Study on the pasture establishment technique. III.
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DIVEKAR, C. A. Behavior of Jayadhar cotton when grown as an intercrop with
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D~IVEKARH, C. B. y KURTAKOTI, F. B. Studies relating to the inter-cropping
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EL SALVADDRH. SERVICIO COOCPERATIVO AGRICTiLA SALVADDREND~ AMERICAN0. MQtcldes
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Cotton interplanted with sorghumi, maize and beans pp. 5-6. (239

.Progress reports froM experiment stations, season 1956-1957,
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Coast Province pp. 10-14; cottcn interplantedi with maize vs pure oneo(239

.Progress reports frcan experiment stations, season 1960l-1961,
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Intercropping maize and corttono (240I

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Currently only 1 crop interplanted with staple food crops. (243

FA\USTIMO, S. V. Comparative effect of legume inter-crops on the g;rowth
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Cowpea, sorybean, mungo, and stringbean. (244

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FU~ENTES 0., A. Efecto de 15 leguminosas en un experimento de siembras
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CILLIAM, W. E. A crop with an export potential. Farming in Zanbia 4(1):
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Pulses interplanted with cereals. (248

GOLD) COAST. DEPARTMRENT OF AGRIICULTUR~E. Annual report 1953-1954, Accra,
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Maize suppresses the interplanted guinea corn p. 10. (249

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GUPTA, S. L. The effect of mixed cropping orf oirhar (Calanus cga.ia Spreng)
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INTElr;lCHOPPING; OF groundnuts. In Tang;anyika. Department of Agr'iculture.
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PAKISTAN. AYUB AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE. Annual report 1964-1965.
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The costs (of establishment) can be covered for the greater part by grow-~
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BUMPUS, E. D. Grass seed production on sisal estates. Kenya Sisal Board
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Autor campares the 2 crops with each other and with other potential
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i Milho baiza custo do eucalipto. Coopercotia (Brasil) 22(186):
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HAGGARs R. J. Use of companion crops in grassland establishment in Nigeria.
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Tambibn en: Tainan Fiber Crop Experiment Station. Collect Rep. 3:44-46.
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In Costa Rica, the pejibaye palm thrives... Young palm plantings can
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INTERCROPPING SUGARCANE with legunes. Victorias Milling Co. Exrperiment
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KOWAL, J. M. L. y TINK(ER, P. B. H. Soil changes under a plantation esta-
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Includes intercropping in the oil palm plantation. (366

KHRUtWAN, S. Cultura consorciada cana x feijoeiro; primeros resultados.
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LIMA, P. DE~ 0. Produpao de milho e do feija o n reas canavieiras.
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Cultives intercalados. (368

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LUGO-LOPEZ, B. G. et al. Intercropping sug;arcane with food crops. Journal
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MAN SINGH y GUPTA, R. A. Inter-cropping of sugarcane with some Rabi crop
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MAURITIUS. DEPARTMENJT OF AGR~ICULTUIRE. Annual report, 1949. Port Louis,
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Interplanting foodorops with sugarcane pp. 44-47. (372

Annual report, 1950. Port Luis, 1951. 92 p. FCA 5: 1396-1.

Trials on interplant ing; sugar-cane with maize, groundnuts and Lathyruslil






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MORALES, J. 0*s BANVGHAM, W. N. y BARRUS, M. F. Cultives intercalados on
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NYASALAHD. DEPARTME~INT OFP AGRICULTURE Annual report for the year 1948. II.
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OCHS, R. Recherches de pCdologie et de physiolo~gie pour l'8tude du problErme
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The cultivation of subsistance crops in young oil palm plantations. (377
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Intercropping on an oil palm plantation* (379

PAN, Y. C. y LEE, K. M. A study oin the interplanting of sug;ar cane with
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PAO, T. P. Somse experimental results of cultivating methods of autuan
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Includes interplanting* (381
PILLAI, KC. M., ROSE, H. L. y PILLAI, K. G. K. Kerela's kachil comnes off.
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Growing Dioscorea alate as an intercre;p. (382
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Trop. Abs. 26r1520* (384






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PUSHPARAJAH, E. y TAN SEE YEOK. Tapioca as an intercrop in rubber. In
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RIVERA, A. G. Effect of intercropping legunes (bush, sitao, cowpea, mungo,
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Interplanting in the newly established sugar-cane fields. (389

SANTHIRASEGARAM, K. Intercropping oif coconuts with special reference to
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SHIA, F. Y. y PAO, T. P. On the yields of sugar-cane interplanted with
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The pros and co~ns of catch-cropping of young rubber by interplanting
with rice, maize or other foodcrops are discussed on the basis of results.
(392
SOUTH CHINA area interplants peanuts and sugar-cane to? raise outputs of both.
Survey of China Mainland Press 3536:19. 1965. Trop. Abs. 21:176. (393

SRINIVASAN, P. A. The importance of intercultivation in arecanut gardens.
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SUBAD)I. Rice as a catch crop in rubber. (En indonns). Warta Pusat Perke-
bunan Negara 10(6):102-105, 122. 1960. Trop. Abs. 15:320)2.
Interplanting* (396







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TANGANYIKA. DEPAR~TMENT CIF AGRICULTURE. Annual report for 1954. II. Dar-
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Interplanting sis`al with sc\rghum pp. 46-58, and maize with groundnuts
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Perennes ca~n Perennes
(Perennials with Perennials)


AG~CAOILIs L. B. Cacao in coconut plantations. Coffee and Cacao Journal
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Necessity of careful management stressed. (399

AHMAD BAYAPPA, K. V. Some cowmmon intercrops in an arecanut garden. Indian
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(400

ASHPLANT, H. Overcnming the world coccoa shortage; prospects orf a Malayan
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Mixed cocoa and rubber plantings. (401

BARTOLO!ME, R. Cacan fits well into "operations hicopro". Coffee and Cacao
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Intercropping cacao with coconuts. (402

BLEN~CnVE, J. W. y TEMPLETON, J. K. Establishing coccoa under rubber* 211
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BUDOWSKI, G. Prcticas forestales de interds para el cultive de caf$. Caf4
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Tambin en: Coffee and Cacao Journal 3(6):129-144. 1960.
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BUENAIS PERSPECTIVAS intercalando caf y cacan! en plantacinnes de Herea.
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CABATO JUNIOR, F. H. Multi-uses of banana in cacao culture. Agricultural
and Industria.l Life 23(3}:6-7. 1961. PA 2:45.
Also as an inter-crop for supplementary income. (406






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FOOD) AND AGRICULTURE ('RGANIZATION (rF THE UNITED NATICNS. C(OMMOD1ITIES
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COCONUT RE~PLANTING; and rehabilitatio~n scheme in West Malaysia* 'Il Food and
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Intercropping with either pineapples, banana or coffee is reconmended.
(408
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DCIUGLAS, L. A. Some aspects of coconut agronary in Papua and New Guinea.
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The relatively wide spacing of 9 m triangular is preferred since it
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DUNSMORE, J. R. y NGUI, T. S. T. Prorspects for cocoa in Sarawak, Malaysia.
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Estab~ishment o~f cacan under cocornuts. (411
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Plantain and banana are grown as coffee shade and in scnme estates in can-
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GARiOT, A. y SUBAD)I. Crcornut interplanted with cacao at Balong Estate, Java.
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GEHRKE VELEZ, M. R. Dlistribution of absorrbing roots of coffee (Cneag arabica L.)
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HOY, R.The banana industry of Guadalupe, French WJest Indies. Social
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O~n all farms other crnps such as coffee, cocoa, vanilla and subsis-
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RUNTER, J. R. y CAMAlCHO, E;. Some observaitions on permanent mixed cropping
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IMLE, E. P. et al. Permanent mixed crops for the Atlantic Zone of Corsta
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,ER~ICKSOiN, A. L. y DEiCHSLI, L. P. Performance of clonal cuttings
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JCISE, B. M. Intercrnpping cacao with coconut. Coffee and Cacao Journal
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It is envisaged to establish mixed plantings of rubber and cacan on
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LIEFSTINGH!, G. Rubber. In Gana University. Agricultural Research Statinn,
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In intercropping trial, plots with a leguninous corver and plots inter-
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MITCHE~LL, H. Results of a coffee and banana interplanting trial in Bukoba.
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MOORI~E, D. A forester's thoughts on cocos plantations. Agricultural Society
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Intercropping. (425

MURARSHIGE, T. et al. Papaya retards macadenia grorwth. Hawaii Fann Science
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Interplanting. (426






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NAIDU, G. V. B. Sug!arcane ais shade-cwn-inter crop' to arecanut. Arecanut
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RAMOIS, P. R. Olbservatiorns on corffee production in Calinan District, D)avao
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Interplanting with either banana, abaca, upland rice or corrn. (428

RCiBINSON, J. B. D. The influence of interplanted bananas on Arabica coffee
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SANTIAGO, J. T. Strawberry raising; a suitable sideline in coffee land.
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SI4ANIDJUNTAK, S. B. Peneduh ditanaman tjoklat mudla. (Shade in young cacao
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Literature review on the role of shade in young cacao includes infonsa-
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SOEKARNO, T. A report on cacaa in Indonesia. Coffee and Cacao Journal
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Mixed cropping of cacao with coconut and ail palm. (432

TOWNSEND) JUNIOIR, C. H., ESPINO!SA M., E, y FIE~STER, D. Cultivo de hule (Hgygg
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TRAEHO:LT, P. The crcoaa industry in Malaya, ways of intro~ducing it and its
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Growing of cacao planted between coconut palma.. (434

VALD~1ES S., H., MACHADO0, S. y URIBE A., H. Diversifica.cibn de la agricultura,
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In 1956 one-third of the area under coffee in Colombia was Intercropped
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VIJAEND)RASWAMY, R. Shelter-belts desig;n for Arabica coffee. Indian Coffee
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Combine protectiorn against high winds with crop diversificatiaon (In~ter-
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WOOCD, G. A. R. A note on interplanting oil-palna with cocrca. Planter
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Cultivps de Soca
(Ratooning)

AUSTRALIA. CORMMONWEALTH SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH ORGANIZIATI(\N.
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Research on cotton ratooning p. 37? (438

ARANETA4 JUNIOR, R. What makes a good ratoo`n crop? Sugarland (Philippines)
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CALZADA, B. J. Efecto de las variaciones de la densidad del cultivo, abo-
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.Canparacibn entre la siembra directa y varias formas del cultiver
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GUPTA, P. S. y MITRA, A. K. .Possibilities of increasing the yield of rice
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HDAL. LON0lY prorduces gooad ratoocn yields up to the 9th ratoorn. Experiment
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HERNAEZ, A. Sane facts orn rice ratooning. Plant Industry D)igest 21(3-4):7s
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NORHTHERN RHODiESIA. MINISTRY OF AFRICAN AGRICULTURE. Annual repoirt including
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Trial study on tobacco ratooning. Ag;ricultural and Industrial
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SFrghun variety trials (main crop fallowed by a ratnon crop) pp. 76-79,
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SATINJ, I. My first rice ratoo~,n harvest. Agricultural and Industrial Life
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SHANMUG3ASUNUDRAM, A, et al. Successful ratooning of hybrid jowar on Madras
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YMG K. C., SUN, S. W. y WORG, C. Y.Astd frenainrce
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Manejp de Cultives Mixtos y Multiples
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Time and method of so~wing; seed rate; age of seedlings forr transplant-
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OWEN JANE~S, J. Bl. Underplantuing coconut stands with cocoa on Kuala Perak
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Maize for grain, and the short term crops eats or sweet lupines as
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RICE CULTURAL experiments. South Vietnam. D)irectorate of Rural Affairs.
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Agrotechnics, dates of transplanting and varieties for the second
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Effect of harvesting at different heiglhts on ratacon craop (727

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One rorw of millet altemiated with 5 of g;roundnuts and 1 of sorghan with
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SINGH, B. N. Experiments on mixed crcpping; practices; effect oif changing
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Con Barbechp
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Rotatioin reccanmended: 4 cycles orf annual crops fnllowed, for two o\r
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CLARKE, R. T. The effect of sFne restinig treatnent on a tropical soil.
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.Progr'ess report fron experiment stationts, season 1958-1959,
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Fallow or productive use of the land during! the cotton close seasorn,
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Effects on soil carbon and crumb structure and on subsequent maize
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FERGUSO~N, H., K(rRDCFANI, A. Y. y RCBERTS, P. The effect of fallow hrreing
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A rotation of 4-4.5 yr, of crops (mainly maize, millet and beans)
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Fanning programne contemplated is based on maximum moisture conserva-
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LA JACHERE peut-elle etre supprimbe en rgion trorpicale seche? Cabiers
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Cotton, elusine millet, tepary beans, groundnuts, sorghun. (773
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ACTIVITE DE L'I.R.C.T. (Institut de Recherches du Coton et des Textiles
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Tambidn ens International Rice Commission Newsletter 20:2Z-29. 1956.
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ALVAHRADO MORAL~ES, C. M. Rotacin maitz frijol, frijol maz e investigaciones
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Rotatiorn experiments (cotton after sarghaun vs. cotton after a fallowk(812

ARAKERI, H. R. Effect of certain crcops on the succeeding crop. Pernna Agri-
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(813
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Crop studies (crop sequence effect), pp. 76-77. (815

Annual report 1965-1966. Melbourne, s.f. 233 p. FCA 20:1411-3

Cotton-sorghiun rotation for the Ord River area p. 48. (816

*DIVISION OF PLANT LEDUSTRY. Annual report 1967. Canberra, s.f.
141 p. FCA4 23:2873-18.

Effects of legune roateions and Mg nutrition orn tobacco pp. 107-109. (817

AUSTRALIA. DEPARTMENT (rF AGRICULTU~RE AND STO~CK. Annual report for the 1951-
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Cotton rotation o~n irrigated land p. 56. (818






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BAINS, S. S. Crop productioin o`n small hoildings. Indian Fanning 11(5):18-
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Includes rotatinn. (819
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BASCiNE;Ss L. Estudio sobre la roitacii8n de cultives en los tr0piceis. Agro
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BED)ERKER, V. K. y JOSHI, V. K. Studies in the Agrcrnomy of Geoarani cotton.
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BENNISOiN, R. H. y EVANS, D. D. Srume effects of crcip rotation on the produc-
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(824
BERBE;RAN, J. C. A1guns aspectcrs ecornrmices da cultura do tabaco, seco em
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BERI;ER, M. y BERTRAND, R. Emperimentation relative a Doalichos lablab (antaka)
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BE;ZbT, P. La zone arachidi re au Tehad: 4tude d'ensemble, recherche d'un
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B(iEREMA, E. B. y McDONAL~D, D. J. Performance of rice in legune pasture re-
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BOUCHET, P. Le secteur experinental de modernisation agricole des Terres
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The 4 years rotatiorn practiced is: grorun dnut s/mille t/g o undn ut/s orgh u
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BO~UFFIL, F~. et al. Les terres a arachides du Sbn$gal; ame1ioration des ren-
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BOUYER, S. tude de l'volutiorn du sol dans un secteur de modernisation
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BROWN, D. D. Dark fire-cured torbacco culture in Southern Rhodesia. Rho-
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Rotations suggested* (835

BROWN, P. The results of scrme short term rotation experiments in Nyasa-
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Maise, groundnuts, cortton' (836
A note on influence of crop upon crop. Commissioin pour la Coop-
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BURHAN, H. y ifAN~SI, M. G. Rotation responses of cotton in the Sudan Gezira.
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BURLEY TOB3ACCO culture. Tobacco Research Board of Rhodesia. Bulletin no. 2.
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CARMONA, P. S. RotagEo de arrom com pastag~ens. Lavoura Arrozeira (Brasil)
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CHANDN~ANI, J. J. et al Studies in crop retations. I. Indian Journal of
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FCIA 16:14(06' (842

CHANG, H. HRotation and intercropping systems of sugarcane in Taiwan.
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CHAO, H. K. "Grain eats the field whiile oil enriches it"4 what does this
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On the rotation of oil crops with rice. (844

CHAPMAN, H. D. Las rotaciones de cultives en la agricultura de riego.
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CHIATTOPADHYAY, S. ProductioTn pro\blems of arid regions -Bellary tract.
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Corttorn/sorghun rortatiaon (846

CHAUDRY, M. S. Crop rotations, double cropping and cropping pattern in
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CHAUGULE, B., A. A note on rotational experiments on bajri and jowar (Nilwa).
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The effects of a legune (groundnuts, soyabeans or Sesanum indicumn) in
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CHAVAR, V. M. y AMBEKAR, N. D. Gran (Cicer arietlun) after paddy* a useful
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., SANGAVE;, R. A. y DHULAPPANAVAR, C. V. Rotational experiment on
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CHAVEZ VIAUD, M. Rotacin de cultives. 2 ed. El Salvador. Centro, Nacional
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Tambin eml Agricultura y Trabajo (Nicaragua) 1(5):22-24. 1951. (851

CHENG, K. I. et g), A discussiorn concerning techniques and improvements o~n
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(852

CONGOi BELGE. INSTITUT NATIONAL POUR L'ETUDE AGR(WNG4IQUCE, Rapport annuel
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Cotton; its place in rortatiorn p. 236, 242. (853

.Rapport annuel pour 1'exercice 1950. Genbloux, 1951. 392 p.
FCA 5:669.

Crop rotations pp. 161-163. (854







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CONG(i BELGE~. INLSTITUT NATION'AL POUR L'ETUDE AGRONOJIMIQUE. Rapport annuel
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Crop rotations pp. 180-182, 193-194, 238-239, 357, 410. (855
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tion I.N.E.A.C. 3(1):1-36. 1954. FCA 7:1082-5.

Crop rotation trials pp. 29-31* (856
CONTRIBUTIONV DES Stations de Kogcrni et N'Tarla-M'Pesoba (Mali) a la recher-
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l'Institut de Recherches du Cnatn et des Textiles EKoatiques (1963-1966).
Coton et Fibres Tropicales 22(4):455-462. 1967. Trhp. Abs. 23:972,

Rotation (tor sustain good yields of cotton) (857

CORD)EIRO, E. C, DE Mostardas; resultades da sorja na varsea. Lavoura Arrozei-
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E~n rrotaciu can arroz o cebella* (858

CORKDOB~A, J. A. El ramio en la alimentacii$n animal. Agriculltura Trorpical
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Includes ro\tation* (859

LE ClrTON dans la province de Majuniga. Bulletin de Madagascar 9(152):53-59.
1959. FCA 13:331.

A rotation including cotton, groundnuts and forage crops. (860
C(rTT(iN F(TLLTWING beans* Ill Empire Cntton Growing Corporation.o Regiornal
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00IYAUD, Y. ;Les porssibilitSs rizicoles de la Guyane Frangaise. Agronomie
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Includes rotation* (862

L'assolement coton-ris sur les terres irrigues du Delta Central
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CROP PRO\DUCTICiN trials and new crops. In British Guiana. Director of Agri-
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Possiblity of including Sesamun indicun, Cajanus cajan and Vi4GL sinensis
in a rice rotation investigated* (864






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CROP ROTATICiN. In Congoa Belge. Institut National pnur 1'tude Agranamique.
Rapport annuel pour l'exercice 1959. Gembloux, 1960. pp. 597-6101
FCA 14: 940.,

Rotations for different regions and soil conditions. (865

THE CULTIVATI(N of maize in Mauritius. Mauritius. D)epartment of Agriculture.
Bulletin no. 93. 1961. 13 p* Trop. Abs. 17:859

Crop rotation included. (866

CURTIS, D. L. Sorghum in West Africa. Field Crop A~bstracts 18(3):145-152.
1965.

Review article, includes rotatiorn p. 1470 (867

CUTTACK, IND)IA. CENTRAL RICE RE'SEARCH IN~STITUTE. Alnnual repo~rt 1952-1953.
s.1., 1954. 35 p. FCA 93452-1.

Crop sequence experiment. (868

D)ALAL, J. L. y NEGI, L. S. Grnundnut as a rortatiorn crop unider irrigated
conditions in the Punjab. Indian Gilseeds Journal 2(4):69-74. 1958.
FCA 12:1808.

With cotton or maize orr wheat. (869

D)ARGAN, K. S. y 5HARMAs R. N. Studies nn short tens rotations in cotton
pro(duc ti on. Indian Jcourrnal of Agronocmy 10(1):61-65. 1965. FCA 19:376.
(870,
DIA DE canpo; rotaciones de cultive, ensayns de ajanjolf, herbicidas, maz
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Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganaderia, 1951. 15 p.
(871

D)ILLEWIJN, C. VAN. Ceylon; sugar cane production. Report tor the gc\vernment.
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(872

DIVEKAR, C. B. y KURTKOTI, F. B. Erffects of various rotations on the cotton
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,y KURTAK0TI, F. B. Groundnut in the rotation. Indian Jorurnal of
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DIiNOSO, G. S. Estudia de la potencialidad agricola de la rotaci$n chacra-
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D)UBO~IS, H. Types d'assoilenent en culture extensive de la zohne cntonniere
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Trop. Abs. 13:686 (876







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DU(rNGH(iNG-HIEN., Crop rotation. Joint Publications Research Service
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Translation fromi Nhan Dan, August 30r, 1967:2. (877
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DUTTA RO)Y, D. K. y KORDOFANI, A. Y. A study of long-tem rotation effects
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Effect of solrghran on cotton yield* (879
E~CHEANDIA NAVARR(r, A. Ventajas tdcnicas y ecoin(5icas de una rotacidn de
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el Valle de Canete. Tesis. ZIma, Perb, Facuela Nacional de Agricul-
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EKS~TEENT~~~~TTTT~~~~ L. L~. Effect of teff and cowpeas on the following maize crorp.
Farming in South Africa 20:377-380, 383. 1945.
(881
B~MPIRE COTTON GR(IWING CORPORATION. Progress report fran experimient stationls,
1948-1949; programmeis for 1949-1950. London, 1950. 172 p. FCA 4r
590-24, 590-30.

Effects of various rotations rn cottOnI yields pp. 146-149. (West Indies)
Varietal and rotation experiment(cotton) .p169. (Queensland) (882
*Progress repor~t fromi experiment stations 1949-1950. London,
1952. 140 p. FCA 5:321-17, 321-40.

The effect of various rotaitions on yield of cotton pp. 55-56s 119-121(883
*Progress report fromn experimtent stations, season 1951-1952, Tan-
ganyika Territory, take Province. London, 1953. 14 p. FCA 7134 -4.
Botation trial (effect of proceeding crop) p. 8. (884

~__* Progress report fromi experinent stations, season 1953-1954,
West Indies, s.1., 1954. 19 p. FCA 8r10061-2.

Rotation trials pp. 5-7, 8-10* (885

*Progress report frcm exIperiment stations, seeason 1954-1955. Tanga-
nyik~a Territory, Lake Prorvince, London, 1956. 24 p. FCA 10:668-2. (886

*Progrtess report fromi experinent stations, season 1960-1961, North-
ern Nigeria. s.1., 1962. 20 p. Trop. Abs. 1712551.

Rotation experiments* (887







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FALLCON, J. P. Broomn millet in the market garden. Journal of Agriculture
of Western Australia (Ser. 4) 2(2):123-124. 1961.

As windbreak and rotation crop. (888

FOblD AND) AGRICULTURE CORGANIZATIOIN OF THE UNITED NATIONS. PLANT PRODUCTION
AND) PROTEC~TION DIVISION'. Report of the ninth meeting of the worrkinig
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GASTAUD, G. S. Soja; retagao para as lavouras de arroz. Lavoiura Arrozeira
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GILLIAM, W. E. A crop with an export potential. Farming in Zambia 4(1):
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The potential benefits of pulses in crop rotations and interplanted with
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G0KEZ L., J. A., GUERRERO M., R. y McGLUNG, A. C. Infoune preliminar sobre
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GONZALES, T. T. Crop rotation studies with corrn as the main crop in the
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GUERNIER, M. La culture du ris; en see en Casamance (Sud-Senegal), Riz et
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Rotation with green manure plants and peanuts. (895

GUILLEN, R. L. Leguninosas dtiles para el Valle de Chinaltenange. Guate-
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Their place in crop rotatiaon (896

GUINARD, A. Le syst me cultural de la rb$gion de Man (08te d'Ivoire). Agro-
nodie Tropicale 16(2)r148-178. 1961. FCA 15r512.

Includes rotation. (897
GUSTKNEDHT, J* Some aspects.oaf cotton production in Uganda. (Enr frances).
Coten et Fibres Tropicales 16(3):369-396. 1961. FCA 1631938.

Includes rotation. (898







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GAMBIA. DEPARTMENWT OF AGRICULTURE, Thirteenth aninual report of the spe-
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HANDFIELD, J. The peasant farming scheme in Northern Rhodesia. Agricul-
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LE HARICOT. Cahiers diAgriculture Pratique des Pays Chauds 1:27-32. 1970.

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HASLE, H. Food crops in D)ah 20(8):725-746. 1965. FCA 19:2557.

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HAWAIIAN` SUGAR PLAN\TERS( ASSOICIATIONi. EXPERIMENT STATIONi C(M ITTEE~. Report.
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Crop rotation of sugar-cane with pine-apple, pp. 68-69. (90r3

HE~CQ, J. y LEFEBVRE, A. Rotation~s in Kivu (Con~g'). (En franicbs). Bulletin
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HU, P. F. Survey on the rotation of rice and cotton in Ts'u-hsi Hsiew.
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Translation frcun Chung-kno Nung-pao 1: 1-16. Jan. li, 1963. (905
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IMPO\RTANCI[A DE la ro\tacibn de cultives. Nuestra Tierra Paz y Prorgrese
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Effect on cortton of preceeding manured legumies p. 13.
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*Progress report for the year ending 31 May, 1955. Madhya Bharat,
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Rotation pp. iii, (909






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INGH.NE, J. S. W. Choice of a grass for tobacco rotations. Rhodesian
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INTERET DE la culture du nidbS en Afrique tropicale et modalit&s de
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Cowpeas are grown in rotation with cereals, groundnuts, or cotton.(911

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Residual effect of cotton on the succeeding rice crop. (913

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Jowar in rotation with wheat, cotton, gram and jowar with gram. (914

KELLERMANN, J. Note sur les essais d'irrigation du cotonnier dans le
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LE ROUX, D). P. et al. Rotating maize with leguminous crops. Farming in
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LEA, J. D., y JOY, J. L. The development of modern erable fanning in Ugan-
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LEE, B. J. S. Cotton breeding and agronanny. In Cotton Research Corpora-
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Yields of rice following fallow vs. rice following maize g;rain sorghan,
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LOR, C. S. Crop sequence. In Congress of the International Society of
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In sugar cane cultiration. (920






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LU, C. W. y NAN, P.P. Exrperience and problems in the rotation of loviand
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Rotation of rice with other crops.
Translation from HIei-lung-chiang Nung Yeh 1:25-29. 1965. (921

MADRAS. DEPAR1MRENT OF AGRICULTURE. Indigo as a corrective for the ill
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Sorghan dochne commonly rotated with` Gossypian sp. reduces the subsequent
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MAGN~E, C. The cultivation of upland rice in rotation with gr.oundnut in
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FCA 14:1698* (923

RSARTIN, G. Fertilizers and the groundnut throughout the world. (Eh francds).
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Gotton growing in rotation with tobacco on groundnuts. (925
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MILLS, P. F. L. Irrigated maize experiment on a seven-year-old lucerne
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MOHRDICK, K. H. y OSORIO, F. H. Rotageo de arrom com pastagens cultivadas.
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NEGI, L. S. y SINGH, K. Effect of different rotations on yield of cotton.
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NERE, N. A. Colha mais milho famendo rotagao can mucuna. Mundo Agricola
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NILSSON-LEISSNER, G., TRUMBLE, H. C. y WHYTE, R. O. Legumes in agriculture.
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NORTHERN RHOD)ESIA. DEPARTMEN~T OF AGRICULTURE. Annual report for the year
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NORTHERN RHODESIA. DEPARTMEN~T OF AGRICULTURE. Annual report for the year
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.A surmmary of some experimental work, 1957-1958; long; term rota-
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The nportance of wise crop rotation, (940

LA PLACE des mils et sorghos dans 1'exploitation sknegalaise. Cabiers
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PARIJS, A. VAN. Rotations des plantes vivrieres dans la rdegion de Nicka
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PATEL, G. B. Cotton improvement in South Gujerat (Bombay Province). Indian
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PHILLIPS, L. J. y NORMAN, M. J. T. Sorghum-peanut crop sequences at Kathe-
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.Linear cultural sequences in primitive systems of agriculture in
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RAND)O, G. CI. Rotagao de culturas. E~stado Sao Paulo. Suplemento Agricola
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RANGA RAO~, D., S. et al. An accounit of cotton cultivation practices in the
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RAO, M. V. y VACHHANI, M. V. Possibilities of g;rowing in rotation with rice.
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R~ASSEL, A. Le mil a chandelles (Pennisetum t~yphoides Bum~:) et sa culture
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RHIND, D). Some aspects of rotational agriculture in Ceylon. (Presidential
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R~ICHARDSON, E. G. et al. Grain sorg;hum in the Northern Territory. Northern
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ROCHE, P. y VELLY, J. Etude die que1ques rotations culturales en rizieres
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ROJAS-PENA, E. DE. Trigo en tierra caliente. Agricultura Tropical (Colanbia)
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In rotation with rice* (966

ROSE, M. F. Possible crops for the cotton rotation in the Southern Jebels
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ROTACION D)E cuiltivos; rotacidn de larga duracibn, cuatro aos y sin riego.
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ROTATION EXPERIMEN~TS. In Nyasaland Protectorate. Department of Agriculture.
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ROY SHARMLA, R. P. y SING~H, A. Effect of frecuency of clippinlgs of ber-
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RUINARD), J, C:rop rotationi and manurial trial with sweet-potatoes. In
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.Notes on sweet potato researchi ini West New Guiniea (West Iriani).
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SALISBURY, SOUTHE~RN RHODESIA. AGR~ICULTURAL EXPERIMENJT STATIO0N. Annual
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The effect of preceeding crop. pp. 45-47, 48, 60-61, (975

Annual report of experiments, season 1951-1952. R~hodesia Ag3ri-
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Crop rotation trials pp. 198-202, (976

nnual report of experiments, season 1952-1953. Rhodesia Agri-
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Rotational trials pp. 32-370 (977

.Annual report of experiments, season 1953-1954. Rhodesia Agri-
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Legune/maize rotation pp, 246-249.
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