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Agriculture and the sustainable development debate / by Gary Stoneham and Andrew Arch
Bib ID 2916535
Format BookBook
Author
Stoneham, Gary
 
Description East Melbourne : Dept. of Agriculture, 1991 
iii, 11 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0730614522
Series

Technical report series (Victoria. Dept. of Agriculture : 1991) ; no. 194.

Notes

Agdex 100/800.

Bibliography: p. 10-11.

Subjects Sustainable agriculture.  |  Sustainable agriculture -- Government policy.  |  Agriculture and state.  |  Agricultural ecology.
Other authors/contributors Arch, A. M. J. (Andrew Michael John), 1956-  |  Victoria. Department of Agriculture

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