Preface
Improved fallows come of age in the tropics
Traditional fallows in Latin America
Improving shifting cultivation in Southeast Asia by building on indigenous fallow management strategies
Sesbania sesban improved fallows in eastern Zambia
Adoption of mucuna in the farming systems of northern Honduras
Adoption of improved fallows in West Africa
Green manures for maize-bean systems in eastern Uganda
Biomass production of tree fallows and their residual effect on maize in Zimbabwe
Maize and sesbania production in relay cropping at three landscape positions in Malawi
Ecosystem fertility and fallow function in the humid and subhumid tropics
Weed management through short-term improved fallows in tropical agroecosystems
Productivity of intensified crop–fallow rotations in the Trenbath model
Scale effects in crop–fallow rotations
Soil nitrate dynamics in relation to nitrogen source and landscape position in Malawi
Soil microarthropod populations under natural and planted fallows in southwestern Nigeria
The root-knot nematode problem in sesbania fallows and scope for managing it in western Kenya
Spectral irradiance and stomatal conductance of enriched fallows with fast-growing trees in eastern Amazonia, Brazil
Socioeconomic factors affecting the adoption potential of improved tree fallows in Africa
Policies and incentives for the adoption of improved fallows
The science and practice of short-term improved fallows