Smallholders, Householders: Farm Families and the Ecology of Intensive, Sustainable Agriculture



Smallholders, Householders: Farm Families and the Ecology of Intensive, Sustainable Agriculture Contrasting The Prevailing Theories Of The Evolution Of Agriculture, The Author Argues That The Practice Of Smallholding Is Efficient And Less Environmentally Degrading Than That Of Industrial Agriculture Which Depends Heavily On Fossil Fuel, Chemical Fertilizers, Pesticides And Herbicides.He Presents A Convincing Case For His Argument With Examples Taken From Africa, Asia, Europe And The Americas, And Demonstrates That There Are Fundamental Commonalities Among Smallholder Cultures Smallholders, Householders Is A Detailed And Innovative Analysis Of The Agricultural Efficiency And Conservation Of Resources Practiced Around The World By Smallholders.

  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Smallholders, Householders: Farm Families and the Ecology of Intensive, Sustainable Agriculture
  • Robert Netting
  • English
  • 27 December 2018
  • 9780804721028

About the Author: Robert Netting

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10 thoughts on “Smallholders, Householders: Farm Families and the Ecology of Intensive, Sustainable Agriculture

  1. says:

    Undoes basically every assumption you had about small scale and large scale agriculture ex labor intensive small scale agriculture can be efficient than large scale, extensive agriculture, etc Read it.

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