Nature and Farming

This book PDF is perfect for those who love Business & Economics genre, written by David Andrew Norton and published by CSIRO PUBLISHING which was released on 30 November 2022 with total hardcover pages 303. You could read this book directly on your devices with pdf, epub and kindle format, check detail and related Nature and Farming books below.

Nature and Farming
Author : David Andrew Norton
File Size : 51,9 Mb
Publisher : CSIRO PUBLISHING
Language : English
Release Date : 30 November 2022
ISBN : 9780643103252
Pages : 303 pages
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Nature and Farming by David Andrew Norton Book PDF Summary

Explains why it is important to sustain native plants & animals in agricultural landscapes, outlines issues in developing & implementing practical approaches to safeguard native biodiversity in rural areas. Considers ecological & agricultural issues that determine what native biodiversity occurs in farmland.--

Nature and Farming

Explains why it is important to sustain native plants & animals in agricultural landscapes, outlines issues in developing & implementing practical approaches to safeguard native biodiversity in rural areas. Considers ecological & agricultural issues that determine what native biodiversity occurs in farmland.--

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