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Systems which promote redundancy

Polycultures

Polycultures are often able to build in crop redundancy without sacrificing much extra land by growing a back-up crop which co-exists spatially with the primary crop.

Agroforestry (Forest gardening)

Agroforestry promotes the cultivation of back-up crops and also of trap crops, which can also be used in case of a primary crop failure.