The changing nature of world agriculture

Vocke, Gary
April 1990
National Food Review;Apr-Jun90, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p13
Focuses on changes made in world agriculture. Factors transforming commercial agriculture; How fluctuation affects transformation; Effect of changing economic conditions on productivity and consumption; Detailed information on world grain supplies, and other issues pertaining to topic.


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