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  1. 2020-01-20 In this issue: Agrocecology and feminist economics The path to feminist agroecology The economic potential of agroecology in Europe The rise of rural women's movements in Southern Africa Care ethics in agroecology Highland agriculture Growing equity through agroecology in Uganda



  2. 2018-03-20 Community supported agroecology thriving in China Farmers ensure safe water for New York City Agroecology is the way forward for Africa Organic and agroecology Women in Brazil build autonomy with agroecology Land grabbing threatens agroecology Rice Intensification in India Peasant agroecology in...



  3. 2017-04-20 Agtoecology for food sovereignty Food versus the big city of Istanbul Human-centred agriculture fighting exploitation and racism Food sovereignty taking root in women's knowledge Locally rooted ideas and initiatives from the field The vitality of everyday food Food sovereignty stories from...



  4. 2016-12-20 Listening to pastoralists Pastoral Parliament - a platform to be heard and seen Migrant shepherds sustain pastoralism in the Mediterannean Pastoralists' breeds represent generations of knowledge Pastoralist women have the capacity to lead Adapting traditional land goverance in Somalia...



  5. 2016-09-20 The true cost of food Seeing is believing - urban agroecological transition How peasants read their farm Short chains bring long-term gains Ideas and initiatives from the field Agroecology contributes to the Sustainable Development Goals New books on assessing impact of agroecology How to...



  6. 2016-06-20 Making millets matter in Madhya Pradesh Real solutions are in the diversity of food and farming Lupin regains ground in Central Ecuador Farmers' firm grip on diversity Heritage grains - digging our roots, planting our seeds Lining food choice with biodiversity Fair and sustainable expansion of...



  7. 2016-03-20 Strawberry fields forever Agroecology is an epistemological revolution Climate change seen through indigenous worldviews Rescuing our maize - building a network A farmer-NGO-scientist synergy Institutionalising dialogue in Rwanda through innovation platforms Co-creating the agricultural...



  8. 2016-01-20 Access and benefit sharing of genetic resources for family farmers - theory and practice Improving access to vegetable seeds for resilient family farms in Costa Rica Access and benefit sharing in participatory plant breeding in Southwest China Evolutionary populations - living gene banks in...



  9. 2015-12-20 Women forging change with agroecology Building autonomy through agroecology Bringing 'life' back to our food system SRI: A practice that transforms the lives of women Constructing autonomy, territory and peace Peasant women power in Mozambique Women drive alternative economies in the Himalayas...



  10. 2015-09-20 Water is the engine of change Protecting the paramo Farming for healthy urban tap water Water harvesting: nourishing the land, body and mind A technology to drastically save irrigation water Struggle and success in an inter-regional water conflict in the Peruvian Andes A watershed evolving From...



  11. 2015-06-20 Community supported agriculture thriving in China Eqytian youth challenge the city-country divide Growing a sense of place and community in Cape Town Between city and country: domestic workers build food sovereignty Threatened landscapes unite rural and urban communities "Urban agroecology - a...



  12. 2015-03-20 Building up the carbon in farm soils From slash and burn to 'slash and mulch' Keeping composting simple Traditional fallows support resilient farming on semi-arid sandy soils "Healthy soils give family farmers autonomy, resilience and long-term productivity" Healthy soils are essential for...



  13. 2014-12-20 Linking family nutrition in city and country Finding a way out of the maize Nutrition from innovation and taste from waste Guinea pigs - small livestock with big potential Food fairs revive local food and nutrition Will the Green Revolution really 'nutritionalise' Africa We've had enough of...



  14. 2014-09-20 Reclaiming denuded landscapes Emerging waterscapes From illegal logger to family farmer How territorial cooperatives carved an unconventional pathway Farming communities in living landscapes Sustaining our families and our landscape Listening and trust- the basis for working with forest and farm...



  15. 2014-03-20 Breaking through the glass house Women and diversity in India Eduador: realising the potential of peasant seeds Living gene banks in farmers' fields From barren land to biodiverse home gardens Seeds or grains: breaking the dichotomy Reviving the Ankole Langhorns of Uganda Linking biodiversity...



  16. 2014-02-20 From subsistence to resistance "A revolution of thought is necessary" Agroecology and the right to food Local food systems in times of economic crisis Bees bring a buzz to family farming in Zimbabwe Home nurseries, viable businesses Moving from vulnerability to resilience in Africa Subsistence...



  17. 2013-12-20 Ten qualities of family farming New peasants in Spain When family farmers lead development The mother of our breath "We are a political and economic force" From conflicts to profitable alliances Learning from new peasants Agri-ProFocus Agro-ecology



  18. 2013-09-20 The Shashe Agro-Ecology School Learning AgriCultures Improved extension in Paraguay Seeds and farmer field schools Reflecting upon practice A university's model for local development Connecting social movements, family farmers and the university Training teachers in Afghasistan A new cadre of...



  19. 2013-06-20 Farmers' agency Local food systems in Ecuador Youth and agriculture We need to support what farmers are already doing Old traditions, new practices Tzimbuto and Canasta Utopia Building markets Strengthening links between producers and consumers Learning by doing Creating better opportunities:...



  20. 2013-03-20 Impressive results in Bihar A visual guide to SRI SCI: Planting with space How is SRI evolving, and what are we learning SRI in Peru Enhancing agrobiodiversity through SRI New initiatives, Madagascar and Mali SRI in India



  21. 2012-12-20 Evidence of success Roles and regulations UNCCD: Striving for a land-degradation neutral world Development practice in transition Water harvesting in Peru Tackling degradation together Rejuvenated landscape, rejuvenated lives Agrobiodiversity@knowledged: true champions



  22. 2012-09-20 A pyramid of farmer organisations The rules that keep the group together A powerful learning opportunity Rio + 20 - what now? Farmer organisations Nepal's biodiversity conservation and development committee REAP's agro-ecological villages The strength of farmer organisations The biodiversity...



  23. 2012-06-20 Twenty years later Poverty alleviation - dignity, ecological growth or just money? Agrobiodiversity@knowledged: enhancing the debate for a real transformation Feeding the worldin the twenty-first century Agro-ecological approaches to enhance resilience to climate change Farmers and markets:...



  24. 2012-03-20 Insect conservation Agrobiodiversity@knowledged Managing for higher yields Insect conservation in the UK Insects, farmers and farm management Mulch, a home for insects All you need to know about bees Zambia: abuzz with bees A farmer-driven program to reinforce advocacy capacity



  25. 2011-12-20 Re-peasantisation" in Araponga Communities are smart enough Knowledge management within IFAD The silent partners' new voice Land and land rights Land rights in Mongolia- are more or less regulations needed? The contribution of local governments The 2Papproach in Nepal Rio + 20



  26. 2011-09-20 San Isidro's "Food Circle" Let's go local No longer neglected Incredible Edible Todmorden: Eating the street Regional food systems Promotion more sustainable diets Breaking down barriers to intra-regional trade Brazil's Food Acquisition Programme Food Reserves



  27. 2011-06-20 The TREES experience in Sao Paulo Where there are no trees Payments or rewards A long term perspective: the Wanakaset concept Trees and farming Rights and ownership: "It's our forest" Planting trees, rooting awareness Seed management: a farmer friendly method Quantities vs quality



  28. 2011-03-20 Reclaiming agriculture for Pacific youth We know what to do "Anchored" education promises better results Meeting a region's broad development needs Youth's perceptions are the starting point The many possibilities of ICTs in African agriculture How do we make markets work for the poor? Teaching...



  29. 2010-12-20 Planning outcomes in detail More opportunities for scaling up in Central America GMOs are a serious threat to local breeds Enhancing learning within certification schemes Teaching teachers: agroecology in Argentina Can family farmers benefit from bio-fuels? Farmer Field Schools take root in...



  30. 2010-09-20 Traditional water governance in Nepal Holland's water boards The role of a local committee in changing times Land grabs are cheap deals for rich countries Running water uphill with a ram pump Water is everybody's business What does good water governance mean Water services that address multiple...



  31. 2010-06-20 The philosophy of slow growth Local resources: great capital Big problems demand big ambitions Ensuring finance with a contract Thinking beyond credit Money for farming Making farmers bandable Should farmers get paid for providing ecosystem services Trade finance Rural finance



  32. 2010-03-20 In this issue : Food as a universal right Livestock services to family farmers: free or fee? Unpacking a poultry myth (improved breeds) Re-assessing the fodder problem The Future of Family Farming Pastoralism: Shifts in policy-making Crops and animals in Tajikistan: Back on track



  33. 2009-12-20 The future of family farming The Sahel gets green Seducing the scientist The glass is half full More from less, from less to more Moving pictures The future of family farming Building on success No one-size-fits-all in extension



  34. 2009-09-20 Women participate, everybody benefits Technology alone is not enough - Uganda Big business in the forest - Liveria How can Africa feed itself? Getting food sovereignty and women's rights onto the political agenda - Brazil If you don't save seed, you are not a real farmer - Mozamibique...



  35. 2009-06-20 Supportive policies secure a future for family farming Adding value to local livelihoods Creating conditions for growth Plenty of fruit, but also plenty of hurdles Supportive policies secure a future for family farming For these women, money does grow on (neem) trees It works to work together...



  36. 2009-03-20 Diversity and efficiency: the elements of ecologically intensive agriculture Seeds, knowledge and diversity in the hands of small-scale farmers in Honduras Living the sustainable life - managing a dryland family farm Making the most of underutilised crops Improving livelihoods with underutilised...



  37. 2008-12-20 Farmers and sorghum in Nicaragua's northern region Using radio to share farmers' adaptation strategies Climate change Climate field schools in Indonesia Livestock and climate change Adaptive agriculture in flood affected areas Cultivating resilience - lessons from the 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka...



  38. 2008-09-20 Addressing the conditions for getting out of poverty Farmer field schools in traditional societies - from technical to social issues Addressing the conditions for getting out of poverty Social inclusion as a precondition of development in Nepal Targeting women pays when promoting food security...



  39. 2008-06-20 Optimising nutrient cycles with trees in pasture fields Talking soil science with farmers Soil quality fand farm profitability Cover crops do it all Green manures Micro-organisms Feeding and watering the soil to increase food production Soil rehabilitation starts with more efficient cookstoves...



  40. 2008-03-20 Fair fruit trade Exporting mangoes from Burkina Faso Bolivian producers lobby for change Improved shea butter trading through certification Agroecological cotton and fair trade make the difference Filipino handicrafts Organic and fair trade products attract new customers Corporate challenges to...



  41. 2007-12-20 Pest management Ecological pest management Traditional ecological management of late blight in potato The theory of trophobiosis in pest and disease control Plant clinics for healthy crops Rats - an ecologically-based approach for managing a global problem Changing the strategies of Farmer Field...



  42. 2007-09-20 Bringing agriculture and health workers together Fighting AIDS with traditional foods and organic practices The revival of an ancient crop Seeking sustainable health improvements using orange-fleshed sweet potato Child nutrition in Mexico under conventional and organic agirculture Beating...



  43. 2007-06-20 The role of trust in the acquisition of seeds Local multiplication to ensure timely planting Selecting the best plants to improve seed potato Higher yields and income with disease resistant coffee clones New bean seeds Conserving the plant genetic resources of southern Africa Community based...



  44. 2007-03-20 Collective action for biodiversity and livelihoods Keeping people on the land The Lagos State Fish Farmers' Association Development dilemmas and farmers' organisations Organic Farming FFS networks in East Africa The Malabing Valley Multipurpose Co-operative Farmer organisation and market access...



  45. 2006-12-20 The System of Ricew Intensification and its implications for agriculture Managing pests through plan diversification Powdered rock to revitalise soils The Mambwe mound cultivation system Managing organic resources for soil amendment Conservation Farming in rural Zimbabwe Improving the jhum...



  46. 2006-09-20 Bridging the gaps between researchers' and farmers' realities Improving service delivery in Yunnan, China Better livestock management in Guatemala Documenting, validating and scaling-up local innovations From piloting to scaling up Change through shared learning In search of new sources of...



  47. 2006-06-20 Cuba's enforced ecological learning experience Input substitution or ecological agriculture? The transition process to ecological agriculture in Chiapas, Mexico Towards more sustainable livelihoods Beechenhill Farm finds an organic future Organising for organic agriculture in Tanzania Cabiokid,...



  48. 2006-03-20 Documentation: an effective tool in Farmer Field Schools Building documentation and communication capacities Documentation of animal genetic resources - the LIFE method The LEISA systematization process Our participation in the systematization process Documenting agroecology - Brazil Learning...



  49. 2005-12-20 Tools for influencing policy Promoting organic agriculture in Uganda Small-scale agriculture and food security policies Arvari Sansad - the famers' parliament RAAA in Peru Improved fallows and local institutions Policy development in the organic movement Changing animal health policies Working...



  50. 2005-09-20 The contribution of small animals The advantages of small animals in farming systems Diversifying small farms in Cambodia Crop-goat integration in uploand farming systems Improving livelihoods through vermicomposting Ecological breeding of guinea pigs Improving the performance of indigenous...



  51. 2005-06-20 Transforming the land More than profit: Horta e Arte Organic coffee Holding on to the family farm An alternative to slash-and-burn Supporting the local economy Microcredit, poverty and the environment Organizing access to local seeds in a context of crisis Community seed banks Recovering...



  52. 2005-03-20 Energy use in agriculture Planting to catch more sunlight Biodigesters in ecological farming systems Biogas in Uganda Improving organic fertilizers Saving energy with better tools Biogas production with guinea pig manure Improving traditional water mills Clean energy for chilling milk Passive...



  53. 2004-09-20 Taking human beings into account Producing for the family Post-harvest fisheries Improving dairy products and market links Managing livestock by-products in Iran Improved matmuras: effective but underutilized Traditional storage structures still going strong Changing storage practices The...



  54. 2004-06-20 Youth and rural livelihoods Growing up in the REAL world Experiences from Honduras and Colombia Children and the red hairy caterpillar offensive Primary schools as catalysts for change Rediscovering cultural roots: children and biodiversity in the Andes The pathfinder Academy Young farmers in...



  55. 2004-03-20 Underutilized plant species Roselle in Senegal and Mali Canahua deserves to come back Genetic erosion of canahua Growing and marketing Andean grains Fonio: a small grain with potential Taro in Vanuatu Masuku Home gardens Native fruits Marugu Women reintroducing neglected crops The slow food...



  56. 2003-12-20 Little bugs, big problems Nitrogen fixation on a national scale From soil erosion to soil quality Healing the earth - an Ethiopian story Understanding traditional terracin Adoption of green manure and cover crops Kick-starting legumes Bioremediation: decontaminating polluted soils Using weed to...



  57. 2003-09-20 Land tenure and resource access in West Africa Securing access to water in Ngurunit Lake Mweru is our bank Accessing livelihoods through shared farming Brazilian land Sherkolle Refugee Camp Forest access: policy and reality in Kafa, Ethiopia Water volunteer Arvari Sansad: the river parliament...



  58. 2003-06-20 Improving soil moisture with conservation agriculture Soil management in semi-arid savannas What we have learned Drought-proofing villages in Gansu province Spherical water tanks Managing water together Reflecting on farm pond development Farmer innovations in water harvesting Holding the rain...



  59. 2003-03-20 Fundamental elements of a Farmer Field School PTD practitioners Field schools for Kenyan dairy farmers Farmer Life Schools Community forest management and FFS Evaluation in FFS Picturing impact The Egyptian experience with FFS The greening of self help groups Gender field schools Farmer schools...



  60. 2002-12-20 The feminisation of agriculture and the implications for maize development in China New tools for Romanian women farmers Indian women farmers Bitter cassava and women Women and livestock Gender mainstreaming Developing camel products Small change crops Economic change and gender role



  61. 2002-07-20 Agricultural extension The ICT gloval plans Networking in sub Saharan Africa Farmer to farmer radio for Dekhon farmers in Tadjikistan Internet in the South Linking farmers through radio Using the Internet for advocacy



  62. 2002-04-20 Livestock production Livestock Revolution Livestock strategies in Bolivia Climate-soil-pasture-cattle interactions in Brazil Integrated systems Dry rivers Zero grazing in Kenya Cuban experience in integrated farming Llam production in Bolivia Dutch dairy farmers Predatory ants



  63. 2002-03-20 Managing agroecosystems Ecological Millenniium An ecosystem approach to health Agriculture and human health Ecology of mycotoxins in maize and groundnuts Ecohealth case studies An emerging consensus on ecosystems and human health



  64. 2001-12-20 Genetic engineering Biotechnology GMO-free breeding for organic agriculture SRI The push-pull system GM soybeans Organic cottonproduction Plants protecting other plants Farming futures in India



  65. 2001-10-20 Scaling up social development Scaling up natural resources management From zero tillage to conservation agriculture Scaling up sustainable Scaling up landcarein Philippines Scaling up fallow management innovations Scaling up development in agricultural settlements Pond farming Wadi model



  66. 2001-07-20 Trade liberalisation Causes of rural poverty Loss of the local and spectres of the global Community based organic farming Traditional mixed farming system Catalysing change in Ladakh Strengthening local economies and community identify Family agriculture and globalisation Farming economically



  67. 2001-04-20 Resilience to disaster Resilience in farm level food security Farmers' responses to reduce the risks of drought Trees for semi-nomadic farmers Enset, the tree against hunger Underground storage of sorghum African farmer Effective women's development Far from all oil palm turmoil Measuring...



  68. 2000-12-20 Monocultures towards sustainability Soybeans for dairy products Ecologisation of soybean production Rice wheat No-tillage rice wheat cultivation SRI genetic diversity and disease control How to grow winter wheat Monocultures Ecologising rice-based systems in Banglades Organic cotton Organic...



  69. 2000-09-20 Fallow management Nutrient banks or nutrient access Bubid shifting cultivators adapt land use Analog forestry Regenerative analog agroforestry in Brazil Marketing of forest and agricultural products Sustainable agriculture on the forest margin Livestock and forage management in stablising...



  70. 2000-07-20 Grassroots innovations for survival Farmer Innovation in the South Pacific Forging partnerships with innovative farmers in Tanzania Sowing maize in pits Chains of innovation by farmers in Cameroon Devil's tie dedevils water How communities assess local innovators Gafsa regional radio Innovation...



  71. 2000-03-20 Communities combatting desertifications The UN Convention to combat desertification Cattle and cultivators management Water harvesting Harvesting the monsoon Orchard development National strategies for integrated soil fertility management in Africa Strategic Environmental Analysis



  72. 1999-12-19 Seeds for agrobiodiversity Collaboration Biodiversity i agriculture Genes Seed shortages threaten organic farming Bean Seed systems Genetic variability in rice Seed selection Genetic resources conservation Seed fairs Andean tubers



  73. 1999-09-19 Participatory Technology Development The Phillippines Ghana Peru India Integrated Soil Management



  74. 1998-12-19 Agricultural trade The organic market Fair trade and trade development Trade opportunities Strategies to commercialise agroforestry products Sustainable chocolate Organic agriculture The weakest go to the wall Sustainable agriculture needs sustainable markets Green market Marketing organic...



  75. 1998-07-19 Challenging water scarcity Irrigation development - Peru The challenge of organising catchment councils Saurasbtra's water insurer Water resource management Improved irrigation efficiencies in Tunisian oases Bridging gaps in water and labour supply Transferred technology in a basket of options...



  76. 1997-12-19 Integrated pest management in Latin America Developments in crop protection Natural Pest Management in Zimbabwe Chinese rice farmers Integrated rice-duck cultivation in Vietnam Trapping the red hairy caterpillar in India Foord security and local production of biopesticides in Cuba Natural...



  77. 1997-10-19 Rebuilding lost soil fertility A tool for quantitative farm analysis Intensification of swidden agriculture in the Philippines Poor soils need organic matter Indigenous green manure in Nepal New Kekulam Recycling household waste in Egypt Biomass transfer



  78. 1997-07-19 User-producer tools development Values-based rural develoment Palm sugar Controlling chickens Rats, bats and traps An innovative organic farming Controlling house flies Ecology education in Peru



  79. 1997-04-19 In this issue Forgin dynamic partnerships Learning about partnerships Stakehold identification Organic farming takes roots Sustainability



  80. 1996-12-19 Assessing sustainability in Burkina Faso Grassroots indicators Facilitating a joint analysis of change in Mexico Perceptions of nature differ among groups in Mexico Biodiversity-based productivity framework developed in India Farmers fencedout in India



  81. 1996-07-19 Integrated farming systems in humid lowlands Philippine farmer switches over to rice-fish Pigs manage the world's worst weed in India Cambodia aquaculture developments Diversifying rice field systems in Bangladesh Pak Yanto's road to sustainability Capture or culture? Wetland management in...



  82. 1996-04-19 Experiences from the Andes and the Himalayas combined Lameo - Boliva soil conservation Irrigation through reservoirs in Bolivia Burning in hillsides farming in Colombia Diversity in mountain agriculture in northern India Indigenous knowledge re-valued Livestock and soil fertility



  83. 1995-12-19 Coping with change in dryland savannah Sustainable agriculture in different environments Food security Watershed development in India through peoples participation Nutriend dynamics and agricultural intensification - Nigeria Legumes for sustainable food production Legumes Farmers in Argentina...



  84. 1995-10-19 The living mulch of Nepal Unexpected source of income - Niger Aggressive colonizers Initiatives to combat savannization and land degradation in Ghana Soil conservation and weed control Green manures - Brazil Cover crops - Honduras Weed management - trees- Kenya Labor issues - India The yield of...



  85. 1995-07-19 The lure of statistics Diversity of farmers' strategies - Mali Improving network performance Landuse planning combining multicriteria computer models with participatory methodologies High quality experiments Variation: problem or solution? Culture, social relationship and indigenous economics on...



  86. 1995-03-19 Learning how to do experimental trials Intensive small-scale farming Understanding plant diseases Fertilizer bean-Honduras Rats, mice and other vermin Rural journalism Information sharing - Germany Flexible experiments Learning with urban farmers - Bolivia Less fertilzer Hybrid layers -...



  87. 1994-12-19 Women survive on little land - Argentina City farming Hydroponics Bio-intensive gardening - Bangladesh Philippine resettlers start organic gardens Urban agriculture network Gardening on garbage Waste Grazing alternatives The cattle of Chitungwiza



  88. 1994-10-19 Recovery of city waste Earthworms as credit Organic wastes hijacked Recycle or pollute Micro-organisms Recycling urban night soil Modified anaerobic composting Drawing bioresource flows



  89. 1994-07-19 Revival of customary landcare - Tanzania Improving land care Grazing options Landcare in Australia Sustaining agri-culture Livestock and nutrient cycling



  90. 1994-03-19 Farmers control communication Sharing information Consumers support organic farmers in Japan Communicating via radio Informal innovation comes first - Mali Seeds for life How to write for farmers - Nicaragua Communicating via black and white



  91. 1993-12-19 Sustainable growth in Kenya Agroecological planning in Brazil Agriculture or Agribusiness? A strong case for diversity Protecting farmers' rights Bio-organic farming Promoting sustainable land use - the role of NGOs Coming back on chemicals



  92. 1993-10-19 Fermented foods Crop residues: mulch or feed? Improved granaries Indigenous food preservation Enset A long tradition of long storage Fusing tradition and science to design a better granary The many uses of millet residues Pastoral women harvest hay for calves Sweet potatoes Andean noodles



  93. 1993-07-19 Campaign for pesticide free rice Rapid composting saves labour How fertile is fertilizer aid Fish reduce pesticide use Growing maize in Tanzania Integrated nutrient management Indigenous vegetables from Nepal



  94. 1993-03-19 Livestock issue Mushrooming income for women Beekeeping Chiapas sheep Crossbreeding Soil classification Improved cultivars



  95. 1992-12-19 Erosion saves work Industrious insects Playing with family labour Fossil energy Green manures Cover crops Ecological agriculture



  96. 1992-10-19 Donkey power to the women Interviewing cows Policies promoting pastoralists Holistic resource management Livestock fertiliser factories Nutrient cycle Poultry in the backyard Animal traction Do-it-yourself vet services



  97. 1992-07-19 Networking Lessons from Latin America



  98. 1992-03-19 Rural women see their lives change Gardens give flavour to life Farmers hold on to their land Cabbage worse than opium? Making the most of little rain Environmental change and quality of life Women, trees and survival Household gardens Water committees take action



  99. 1991-12-19 Strategies for integrated systems Herding associations - Peru Community based landuse planning in Thailand Lowland farming Women integrate fish and farming Sustainable agriculture Agroforestry Indigenouse knowledge



  100. 1991-10-19 Chinese peasants design their future Rural university in Colombia Research-training-action in Senegal Learning systems agriculture Peasants and NGOs in a shared quest Agriculture, women and ecology Revitalising indigenous knowledge



  101. 1991-05-19 Assessing low-external-input farming techniques Bontoc rice terraces Pleasant strategies to deal with risk Africa's soils are being mined Local economies From data collection to farmer assessment Soil erosion Natural grass strips Soil fertility techniques Beans Agroforestry New approaches to...



  102. 1990-10-19 Traditional use of external inputs by Bhutanese farmers Soil life and chemical fertilizers in Brazil Alternative farming in USA Finding the best mix Soil life and chemical fertilizers Sustainable farming Our organic farming experience



  103. 1990-06-19 Traditional practices are the basis for community forestry in Peru Mixed-garden agroforestry economically viable in Indonesia Community level planning and action needed for regreening Ecofarming Economics of agriculture Trees and farmers Fodder hedges within dairy projects Forestry for...



  104. 1990-01-03 Peruvian peasants are proud to share their knowledge Experimentation by Thai farmers raises their self-confidence You cannot fix indigenous knowlege Traditional Indian agriculture Andean agriculture Culturally significant pest control Working with local knowlege in range and livestock...



  105. 1989-04-19 Participatory analysis of the village agroecosystem Research on integrated and organic farming Traditional irrigation Water harvesting Agroforestry and integrated landuse in Tanzania Guinea Pig Plant Protection



  106. 1989-04-19 Women use local knowledge to ensure survival Amazonian myth gives peasants' views Farmers welcome iguanas in forests of Panama Local initiatives in maintaining biological diversity Andean potato Indigenous knowledge Sustainable rice-farming Village based see production Genetic diversity



  107. 1989-03-19 Religious ceremonies have practical value in Sri Lanka Brazilian farmers - composting helps to prevent pests Schoolboys assist farmers as IPM scouts in the Philippines Integrated pest management Ancient methods Natural crop protection Rice cultivation Herbal preparations Understanding plant...



  108. 1988-12-19 Farming systems experiences Enhancing dryland agriculture Reduction of risk by diversity Bitter cassava as a drought resistant crop Composting Water harvesting for plant production Moisture conservation Tree planting for soil conservation Tuna plant



  109. 1988-10-19 Strengthening farmers' capacity for technology development Soybean Daddawa Faramers as experimenters Peasant farmer agricultural self-development Participatory system Natural crop protection



  110. 1988-05-19 Published May, 1988 This publication is the result of a combined effort by the Information centre for Low-External Input Agriculture (ILEIA) in The Netherlands and AGRECOL DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION in Switzerland. It aims at facilitating the dissemination of information on sustainable agriculture...



  111. 1988-05-19 Published May, 1988 This publication is the result of a combined effort by the Information centre for Low-External Input Agriculture (ILEIA)in The Netherlands and AGRECOL DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION in Switzerland. It aims at facilitating the dissemination of information on sustainable agriculture...



  112. 1988-03-19 Mountain agriculture Land degradation in Papua New Guinea Sloping agricultural land technology Land use systems in marginal highlands Community forestry Cassava planting Pest management



  113. 1987-07-19 The significance of diversity Spreading risks across slopes Traditional seed supply for food crops Community seedbank kit Diversified alley cropping Woody biomass systems Soil conservation and shifting cultivators



  114. 1987-05-19 Integrated nutrient supply Improved fallow Nitrogen transfer from legumes Cover crops on acid soils Sunnhemp Rock phosphate Micro-nutrient drain Soil conservation and shifting cultivators Cycles of poverty



  115. 1987-01-12 Livestock management Farmer participatory research Traditional resource use by cattle keepers Integration of livestock and crops in a smallholding Poultry keeping Animal first aid workers Local knowledge



  116. 1986-11-19 Integrated pest management Insecticial plants Biological control



  117. 1986-08-19 Water harvesting Indigenous knowledge



  118. 1985-11-29 Participatory approaches in rural development



  119. 1985-07-19 The possible role of trees in farming systems of the tropics



  120. 1985-03-29 Soil fertility



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  122. 1984-12-19 Low external input agriculture