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  1. 2016-01-01 More than 200 million people living in dryland regions of Sub-Saharan Africa make their living from agriculture. Most are exposed to weather shocks, especially drought, that can decimate their incomes, destroy their assets, and plunge them into a poverty trap from which it is difficult to emerge....
  2. 1976-01-01 This review deals with three aspects, i.e., ecology, cultivation, and diseases and pests, of 23 crops which are grown in the West African Semi-Arid Tropics. These crops form six groups: cereals, legumes, roots and tubers, vegetables, fibres, and other crops. 154 pages, tables
  3. 1998-07-01 In this report, the authors review published work on soil nutrient management for food crop production in sub-Saharan Africa. It is intended for a wide range of users including soil scientists, agronomists, social scientists and extension workers. Trop/Soils/TAMU Technical Bulletin 98-03 50...
  4. 1990-01-09 457 pages, illustrated IBSRAM Proceedings no. 10
  5. 2011-01-01 436 pages, illustrated, tables
  6. 1982-01-01 61 pages MSU International Development Papers
  7. 1991-01-01 84 pages, illustrated, photos Online Book
  8. 2007-01-01 This paper will examine the impact of macroeconomic forces, as well as the role of internal elements that precipitated the decline in cocoa quality and production. It will additionally offer recommendations on measures that could be adopted to help reverse this downward trend and help producers...
  9. 1974-01-01 This book is divided in two section: vegetation types and vegetation and environment. The first section covers forest, rangelands, inland aquatic vegetation, sea coast, and high mountain vegetation. The second section looks at climate and soils. 257 pages, illustrated, photos
  10. 1988-11-01 With special reference to the ecology and control of prostephanus iruncatus. Bulletin no. 18. 42 pages