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Land classification, land economics, and technical change: Awkward issues in farmer adoption of land-conserving technologies

By: Tripp, R.B.
Contributor(s): Buckles, D [coaut.] | Harrington, L.W [coaut.] | Nieuwkoop, M. van [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1993Subject(s): Appropriate technology | Economic analysis | Innovation adoption | Land classification | Land economics | Land use | Mexico | Soil conservation | Technical progress In: Seminario para la Definicion de una Metodologia de Evaluacion de Tierras para una a Agricultura Sostenible en Mexico; El Batan, México; 10-13 Aug 1993620916Summary: Mexico is concerned with the future of its agriculture. To compete in the international arena. Mexican agriculture must become more productive. Wisely. however. there is a recognition that increased productivity should not be accompanied by excessive degradation of the agricultural resource base. Mexico, like many other countries. is pursuing the elusive goal of "sustainable agricultural development". A number of actions are available to Mexican authorities as they pursue this goal. Of particular interest in this workshop are actions associated with land evaluation. land suitability classification and land use planning. Land suitabilityCollection: CIMMYT Staff Publications Collection
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Mexico is concerned with the future of its agriculture. To compete in the international arena. Mexican agriculture must become more productive. Wisely. however. there is a recognition that increased productivity should not be accompanied by excessive degradation of the agricultural resource base. Mexico, like many other countries. is pursuing the elusive goal of "sustainable agricultural development". A number of actions are available to Mexican authorities as they pursue this goal. Of particular interest in this workshop are actions associated with land evaluation. land suitability classification and land use planning. Land suitability

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