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  1. 1994-07-19 Revival of customary landcare - Tanzania Improving land care Grazing options Landcare in Australia Sustaining agri-culture Livestock and nutrient cycling
  2. 1997-04-19 Forging dynamic partnerships RAAK a new participatory methodology Shifting farmers to the centre in R&D relationships, Ghana Learning about partnerships from a four century old irrigation system in Nepal Stakehold identification in natural resource management Dialogue instead of debate -...
  3. 2018-01-01 *Available as Download Only This Special Issue focuses on recent research on the important emerging and neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) in South and South East Asia and Northern Australia. This region stretches from Afghanistan in the west to Papua New Guinea in the east, and includes the...
  4. 1981-01-01 Growing Fruit in Australia is for all those who care for fruit trees, whether they grow fruit for their own use or for sale, for self-sufficience or for profit. Discover how to: plan your orchard, grow and train fruit and nut trees, berries and vines, produce high yields of unblemished fruit,...
  5. 1984-01-01 This book providesuseful information on the production of a wide range of tropical tree fruits that grow in Australia. 225 pages, illustrations, photos
  6. 1983-01-01 Palms for the Home and Garden is a much-needed general reference on the choice, care, and management of the many different types of palm now widely available.
  7. Key Resource 2000-12-01 The founders of Australia's Seed Savers' Network show how gardeners can protect the global food heritage - and eat it too. The seeds and growth cycles of 117 vegetables, culinary herbs and edible flowers are described in detail. The book begins with eight chapters on the issues around seeds...
  8. 1995-01-01 Tagasaste is a hardy, fast growing fodder shrub able to significantly increase livestock production. Tagasaste seeks deep soil moisture and takes up subsoil nutrients which are lost to normal pasture or crop plants. 132 pages, illustrations, photos
  9. 1987-01-01 With the aid of colour photographs and illustrations, Glenn Tankard shows how to identify tropical fruit and explains what tastes to expect once have peeled away the uninviting skin. He discusses their culinary uses and includes a number of original recipes. He also gives advice on how to slect...
  10. Keyline methods enable the rapid development of deep biologically fertile soil by converting subsoil into living topsoil. Keyline pattern cultivation enables the rapid flood irrigation of undulating land without terracing. Incidental results are the healing of soil erosion, bio-adsorption of...