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A crucial referencetextbook that provides a wide spectrum of information in one easily understandable sourceThe essence of agroecology lies in harnessing and harmonizing the forces of nature for productive purpose Introduction to Agroecology Principles and Practices comprehensively explains how this is done providing a detailed inclusive look at the underlying theories concepts and practices This allows the reader to explore the full range of possibilities of the natureagricultural interface and to view agroecology in its entirety all while providing a clear understanding of the inherent complexity Productive threats to cropping such as soil depletion drought plant eating insects heat and cold weeds and small and large animals are discussed in depth with preventative strategies for each all together in one easy to use bookThis uniue introductory reference source is not onl.
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Introduction to Agroecology Principles And PracticesY aimed at the novice but also the advanced student In a departure from the norm for introductory material extensive endnotes elaborate upon the basic information presenting a full look at the arguments and controversies within the field The endnotes include over 500 citations offering a broad window that encompasses ecology sociology conservation and environmental studies and several other fields The text also contains numerous charts figures and tables to clarify data and ideasIntroduction to Agroecology reviews and discusses agroecological goals such as profit uality of life and minimum disturbance of the natural ecosystemspatial principles with resource concepts such as capture production balance and biodiversityplanting densities ratios and spatial patternsfacilitation of nutrient and water capture transferecosystem governancecertainty sustainabilitythreats such as dr.