Agro-environmental lessons from the 'sustainable highland agriculture in South-East Asia' (SHASEA) project
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AbstractTo promote sustainable agro-environmental development in the highlands of South-East Asia, an international multidisciplinary research team examined the effectiveness of selected agronomic and soil conservation treatments (both modified and novel cropping practises) using farmer-managed runoff plots. The study sites were located in the highlands of Yunnan Province (Wang Jia Catchment), China and Mae Honson Province (Pang Mapa District), Northern Thailand. Project lessons relating to co-operation, research partnerships, time horizons, multidisciplinarity, income generation, information dissemination and education are discussed.
CitationJournal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 19(1): 101-113
PublisherTaylor & Francis
JournalJournal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management