Present and future role of grasslands and fodder crops in inter-tropical countries with special reference to over-production and environment
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Outlines the evolution of man's utilization of the natural and derived grasslands of the intertropical zone in terms of his management of wild and domesticated herbivores; assesses their roles as a primary feed resources for livestock and as an effective means of maintaining soil fertility in the different farming systems of the tropics; and examines the significant socioeconomic constraints on the role of the grasslands.
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