Re: More quality Refs - Biological Agriculture & Horticulture

Date: Thu, 5 Jun 1997 20:42:46 +0100 (BST)
From: Geraldo_Deffune <pah_gd@wye.ac.uk>
Subject: More quality Refs - Biological Agriculture & Horticulture (fwd)

Dear Friends,

I've just remembered one more v. important ref.:

Raupp, J. & Koenig, U.J.(1996)."Biodynamic preparations 
cause opposite yield effects depending upon yield levels" in 
Biological Agriculture & Horticulture  13, 175-188.

Otherwise, I think the following info about the Journal "Biological 
Agriculture & Horticulture" (published from Wye for many years) may be of 


Geraldo DEFFUNE - G.Deffune@wye.ac.uk 
Wye College - University of London Sustainable Agriculture Research Group 
Wye, Ashford, Kent TN25 5AH, England, U.K.
Tel.:(44-1233)813658 or 812401 ext.271/504; Fax: (44-1233)812855
WEB http://www.wye.ac.uk/agriculture/sargintro.html
PhD Student Xponsored by CNPq - The Brazilian Research Council

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 1997 06:50:18 +0000
From: pharris@hdra.org.uk
To: ecol-agric@mailbase.ac.uk
Subject: Biological Agriculture & Horticulture

Biological Agriculture & Horticulture is an international journal for 
sustainable production systems published by, and obtainable from:

AB Academic Publishers, P.O. Box 42, Bicester, Oxon OX6 7NW, U.K.

Volume 13(4) (slightly delayed!) has just been published with the 
following contents:

(1)  Legume-based technologies for African savannas.  G. Weber.

(2)  Productivity of plantain (Mus AAB)-melon mixtures in south 
western Nigeria.  M.A. Jolaoso, I.M Ojeifo & I.O.O. Aiyelaagbe.

(3)  Nutrient content of poultry manures and the optimum rate for 
eggplant fruit yield in a weathered tropical ultisol.  C.N. Opara & 
J.E. Asiegbu.

(4)  Organic milk production in Germany.  C. Krutzinna, E. Boehncke & 
H.-J. Hermann.

(5)  Intercropping as a strategy for reducing damage to carrots 
caused by the carrot fly, Psila rosae (F.).  B. Ramert.

(6)  Initial technical and economic comparisons of different farming 
systems in Ontario, Canada.  D.P. Stonehouse.

Editorial correspondence and manuscripts for publication should be 
sent to:

Prof. P.J.C. Harris, Editor, Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 
School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, Coventry University, 
Priory Street, Coventry, CV1 5FB, U.K.
          Dr Phil Harris Head of International Research          

Henry Doubleday Research Association   Tel: 01023 308200 (direct)
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