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Agriculture in the City: A Key to Sustainability in Havana, Cuba

by Maria Caridad Cruz

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This text follows Cuba's efforts to dig itself out of an economic rut through new and original research concerning production, support systems, quality maintenance, and trade systems of Havana and its urban agricultural sector. Special attention is given to a variety of related areas, including legal frameworks, issues of irrigation, women and their participation in the agricultural sector.

This book has been prepared for researchers, specialists, producers, students, decision makers and those with a general interest in the management and control of the urban environment.

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