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(82.) See generally LORENZO COTULA, INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENT AND Developent, Land Deals in Africa: What is in the Contracts?
Cotula describes a 'historical pendulum' between large- and small-scale farming in Africa: after a colonial push for large plantations followed by a period of emphasis on contract farming, recent trends suggest a shift towards plantations again.
cotula, an annual herbaceous plant native to southern Europe-west Siberia, where the species is attacked by about 68 insect pathogens, and invasive in Kashmir Himalaya where it has escaped all the native herbivores and pathogens (Shah & Reshi, 2007) due to characteristically very high (>84%) AM root length colonization.
Capitulos discoideos o disciformes; flores marginales con corola tubular, variadamente lobado o bilabiado (ausente en Cotula) 3 3a.
See Lorenzo Cotula & Margaret Vidar, FAO Legislative Study 77: The Right to Adequate Food in Emergencies 24-27 (2002) (suggesting that the states have the obligation to progressively implement the right to adequate food, but the right is primarily to be realized by right holders themselves).
(1) The others included Wiry Centrolepis Centrolepis polygyna, Slender Cotula Cotula vulgaris var.
Cotula, Lorenzo, Sonja Vermeulen, Rebeca Leonard, and James Keeley,
Recent large-scale acquisitions of rural land in Africa by international companies and non-African governments are taking place against a much longer history of land acquisitions by individuals and groups of relatively modest means (Cotula et al.
S HEE ** Cotula australis (Sieber ex Spreng.) T M Hook.
White and Wolfe (1985) also reported low values for P (0.23%), Ca (0.30%), K (1.6%) and Mg (0.18%) in common buffelgrass harvested during the autumn season in Cotula, Texas, USA.
For Lorenzo Cotula (2006) land rights--the system of rules, rights, institutions and processes that regulate how land is held, managed, used and transferred--are the backbone of any land tenure system.