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The great increase in requests for the control of Pharaoh's ant [Monomorium pharaonis (L.)] in West Germany is noted, and the usefulness of experience gained in dealing with cockroach infestations for planning and executing control campaigns against the ant is pointed out. New buildings, whether...

Author(s)
Dietrich, H.
Citation
Praktische Schadlingsbekampfer, 1974, 26, 5, pp 59-60
Abstract

During the summer there is a large increase in the population of the south of France, due to the influx of tourists. These people provided a largely unsatisfied demand for fruit and vegetables. As an experiment, a local retail market was established in the region of the Gulf of St. Tropez in order...

Author(s)
Jacoutet, I.
Publisher
The Hague., Netherlands
Citation
Acta Horticulturae, 1974, No.40, pp 131-134
Abstract

A plea is made for town and country planning. In future this should take the form of stabilizing the town centres and structuring the suburbs, and developing and planning the countryside. Moroccan examples of this kind of planning are cited. A policy is needed for Bas-Rhone and Languedoc. Holiday...

Author(s)
Mauret, E.
Publisher
Dunod., Paris, France
Citation
Pour un equilibre des villes et des campagnes. Amenagement, urbanisme, paysage., 1974, pp 242pp.
Abstract

The rural aspects of Yorkshire are stressed in this report. Lack of information about the region is widespread. This large, detailed study of all aspects of the Yorkshire countryside and the tourist potential focuses on future growth and promotion of major assets. Vols. I-III surveys the...

Author(s)
Perrin, H. F. R.; Cadman, R. M.; Thomas, J. F.
Publisher
P.A. Management Consultants Limited., London, UK
Citation
The marketing and development of tourism in Yorkshire. Main report and Vols. I-III., 1974,
Abstract

A growing number of farmers have developed recreation/tourism enterprises on their farms. A wide variety of such enterprises can be sited upon working farms. These include farmhouse accommodation, self-catering flats and cottages, camping and caravan sites; resource-based activities such as riding, ...

Publisher
Cheltenham., UK
Citation
Publication, Countryside Commission, 1974, No.CCP-83, pp 62pp.
Abstract

The aim is to establish the structure of demand for farm holidays by examining regional differences and their determining factors. It is established that there is polarization of supply in certain areas where there are more farm houses providing holidays and more beds for visitors. Ways of dealing...

Author(s)
Klopper, R.
Citation
AID-Schriftenreihe, 1974, No.179, pp 51pp.
Abstract

Questionnaires in all towns with more than 50,000 inhabitants about weekend outings in all rural districts and about the limits of the areas which were the objects of such outings were used to determine the present recreational areas in the GFR and those which were suitable for and capable of...

Author(s)
Mrass, W.; Gessner, E.; Lempke, H. (et al.)
Citation
Schriftenreihe fur Landschaftspflege und Naturschutz, 1974, No.9, pp 76pp.
Abstract

In analyzing the impact of the tourist industry upon the agricultural sector in Jamaica, the paper focuses on the flow resources to both sectors during the period 1965 to 1972 as well as the growth and structure of the market for agricultural products within the tourist industry during the period....

Author(s)
Brown, H.
Publisher
Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, University of the West Indies., St. Augustine, Trinidad,
Citation
Proceedings of the ninth West Indies agricultural economics conference held at the Pegasus Hotel, New Kingston, Jamaica April 3rd-6th, 1974 and at the Jamaica School of Agriculture, Twickenham Park April 7th-10th, 1974., 1974, pp 129-142
Abstract

The paper investigates the extent of linkage between agriculture and tourism in the Barbadian economy. The main emphasis is on identifying the extent to which favourable spill-over effects of tourism on agriculture have gone unutilized, and on analyzing the factors which created such a farming...

Author(s)
Alleyne, F.
Publisher
Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, University of the West Indies., St. Augustine, Trinidad,
Citation
Proceedings of the ninth West Indies agricultural economics conference held at the Pegasus Hotel, New Kingston, Jamaica April 3rd-6th, 1974 and at the Jamaica School of Agriculture, Twickenham Park April 7th-10th, 1974., 1974, pp 143-152
Abstract

There is some evidence to suggest that there has been a perverse relationship between tourism and agriculture in at least some of the smaller Caribbean islands, where tourism and related construction activities grew rapidly during the 1960s. It is difficult to establish the respective significance...

Author(s)
Bryden, J. M.
Publisher
Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, University of the West Indies., St. Augustine, Trinidad,
Citation
Proceedings of the ninth West Indies agricultural economics conference held at the Pegasus Hotel, New Kingston, Jamaica April 3rd-6th, 1974 and at the Jamaica School of Agriculture, Twickenham Park April 7th-10th, 1974., 1974, pp 153-165

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