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  1. Malus sieversii Lebed., a wild apple species native to Central Asia, is recognized as a major progenitor of the domesticated apple, M. domestica Borkh. (Juniper et al., 1999; Morgan and Richards, 1993; Ponomarenko, 1987, 1992; Way et al., 1992). In ancient times, apple seeds and trees were...
  2. 2022-11-16 Session:Clemson University’s Musser Fruit Research Center conducts a variety of research centered on peaches, hosts a peach breeding program and one of the three National Clean Plant Network centers. Topics covered will include disease management through cultural methods and breeding, the role of...
  3. 1984-01-19 This Agrodok will focus on a few simple and relatively inexpensive preservation techniques that can be applied on a small scale by an individual or a small group (of families for example). Chapter 2 provides information on food spoilage in general, its causes and dangerous effects, as well as...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. 1991-01-01 Here is a guide to the vast array of exotic fruits and other delicious edibles from the sunny tropics and subtropics. It lists and illustrates more than 70 useful plants and gives growing instructions, sources, recipes, and fascinating facts about each one.
  7. 1992-01-01 This book contains photographs and descriptions of twenty of the best fruits and nuts found in the rainforest and savanna areas of northwest Zaire. These provide food in a country where most of the 35,000,000 people live off the land. Zaire, previously the Belgian Congo, is the third largest...
  8. 1998-01-09 This Vol 1 of 3 is an annoted bibliography identifying a variety of resources including articles and bibliogrphies first published in print form and home pages of varous indidviuals and organizations. 2 copies 135 pages
  9. 1998-01-09 This Vol. 2 of 3 identifies a variety of resources including original documents, articles or bibliographies first published in print form, and home pages of various individuals and organizations. 72 pages
  10. 1998-01-09 This Vol 3 (Historical Supplement) of 3, is an annoted bibliography on the vegetable and fruit varieties once grown in North America temperate -zone gardens, and thus serving as ancestors to today's existing "heirlooms". In addition, it focuses on historical aspects of garden vegetables and...