The ( Ir ) relevance of the Crop Yield Gap Concept to Food Security in Developing Countries With an Application of Multi Agent Modeling to Farming Systems in Uganda

@inproceedings{Niederlande2006TheI,
  title={The ( Ir ) relevance of the Crop Yield Gap Concept to Food Security in Developing Countries With an Application of Multi Agent Modeling to Farming Systems in Uganda},
  author={Die Niederlande},
  year={2006}
}
  • Die Niederlande
  • Published 2006
..........................................................................................viii Kurzfassung .......................................................................................ix Acknowledgements ............................................................................xi List of abbreviations..........................................................................xii 
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