Rainfed agriculture in a semi-arid tropical climate : aspects of land- and watermanagement for red soils in India
<p/>Rainfed agriculture is defined as the production of field crops that completely depend on the local precipitation for their water supply. Although in the semi-arid tropics the mean annual precipitation might seem to be sufficient to grow (adapted) crops, its v...
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