Harnessing Product Complexity: An Integrative Approach
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Maintenance of soil quality and sustainable production through implementation of conservation agriculture production systems (CAPS) in rainfed, sloping land farming of the mid-hill region of Nepal Crow, S.E.; Radovich, T.; Paudyal, P.; Paudel, B.; Halbrendt, Jacqueline; Tamage, B.B.; Thapa, K. (Honolulu HI: College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, 2013)A challenge that central mid-hills communities in Nepal face is maintaining soil fertility and health in upland terraced systems while simultaneously achieving increased productivity and avoiding soil degradation. To ...
The decline of sugar production and the rise of cocoa production in Grenada 1870-1917 :the changing fortunes of a cocoa peasantry Euwema, Jeffrey A. (Virginia Tech, 1993-05-19)
Post-emancipation Grenada poses a unique situation in the agricultural milieu of the Caribbean. Grenada not only defied the norms of a mono-cultural existence, but experienced relative prosperity during a time of general ...
A deterministic concurrent product, production, and capacity planning model for design, manufacture, and support Hoehn, William Kenneth (Virginia Tech, 1994-02-01)This research shows that a model that concurrently determines product, production, and capacity can provide better results than a model that makes these decisions sequentially. Three versions of a life-cycle complete ...