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Low Carbon Technologies for Agriculture in Dryland: Brazilian Experience

By Vanderlise Giongo, Alessandra Monteiro Salviano, Francislene Angelotti, Tatiana Taura, Luiz Fernando Carvalho Leite and Tony Jarbas Ferreira Cunha

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Published: March 14th 2018

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Vanderlise Giongo, Alessandra Monteiro Salviano, Francislene Angelotti, Tatiana Taura, Luiz Fernando Carvalho Leite and Tony Jarbas Ferreira Cunha (March 14th 2018). Low Carbon Technologies for Agriculture in Dryland: Brazilian Experience, Climate Resilient Agriculture Arun Shanker, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.72363. Available from:

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