Socio-Political Aspects of Home Gardens in Java

@article{Dove1990SocioPoliticalAO,
  title={Socio-Political Aspects of Home Gardens in Java},
  author={Michael R. Dove},
  journal={Journal of Southeast Asian Studies},
  year={1990},
  volume={21},
  pages={155 - 163}
}
  • Michael R. Dove
  • Published 1 March 1990
  • Economics
  • Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
The home gardens of Java have been the subject of considerable interest in recent years. Their non-rice character has attracted the attention of those interested in diversification away from Southeast Asia's rice staple, their species diversity has attracted the attention of those interested in stable and sustainable agricultural systems, and their combination of woody and non-woody plants has attracted the attention of those interested in agroforestry. This recent attention has been… 

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