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Agrobiodiversity in the rural home gardens as the food reserve for climate change adaptation ( case study : Samin sub-watershed , Central Java , Indonesia )

  title={Agrobiodiversity in the rural home gardens as the food reserve for climate change adaptation ( case study : Samin sub-watershed , Central Java , Indonesia )},
  author={Endang Setia Muliawati and Maria Theresia Sri Budiastuti and Didik Suprayogo and Joko Sutrisno},
Muliawati, E. S., Sri Budiastuti, M. T., Suprayogo, D. & Sutrisno, J. (2018). Agrobiodiversity in the rural home gardens as the food reserve for climate change adaptation (case study: Samin sub-watershed, Central Java, Indonesia). Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 24(5), 759–767 The unpredictable yields of crops as the adverse impact of global climate change must be anticipated by growing plants of various species in rural home gardens for food reserves. The research was aimed at… 

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