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INTEGRATED FARMING SYSTEM APPROACH FOR SUSTAINABLE YIELD AND ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY - A REVIEW

R.H. Patel and Soumyadeep Dutta
Department of Agronomy. B.A. College of Agriculture. Gujarat Agricultural University. Anand Campus. Anand - 388110. India

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219 - 224
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ARCC4256
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Abstract
There are limited possibilities of increasing additional area under cultivation. It is of immense importance to produce more for ever-increasing population in the years to come. Efficiently integration of crops with animals (cow, buffalo, pig, goat, sheep, fish), birds (poultry, pigeon, duck), multipurpose trees and agroforestry systems, and other enterprises (bio-gas, apiary, mushroom etc.) clearly showed the best advantages over conventional system of cropping under irrigated and rainfed/dryiand conditions as well as in tribal areas.
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