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    2007-01-20 One should only be critical of the decisions which have been made voluntarily by millions of smallholder farmers when one has the fullest understanding of all the reasons which led to their making a change in their cropping, and particularly their staple food.
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    2009-01-20 Porridges are made by boiling traditional starchy foods such as cornmeal, rice, oatmeal, potato, or ground sorghum in water. However, it can be difficult for infants to swallow. Enzymes in malted barley flour (germinated barley seeds that have been carefully dried and ground into a powder) can...
  3. 1990-06-01 Small Farm Grain Store e is a how-to manual. It is designed as a working and teaching tool for development workers in their field activities. Grain storage information is basic and straightforward; it is presented in a form easily adapted to on-the-job needs. The manual brings together in one...
  4. World Grainreaches an audience of owners and managers of major grain storage, handling and processing operations.
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    2018-02-09 Traditional diets included a wide variety of ingredients from myriad wild and domesticated plants. Regional cuisines were shaped by native species in their local environment and by gradually-adopted plants from distant places. The modern global food system and market pressures have reversed this...
  6. Publication Database Browse by Document Type Annual Reports Books Extension Bulletins Issues in Asian Agriculture Newsletters Practical Technology Research Highlights Technical Bulletins Technical Notes Browse by Category Agricultural Biotechnology Agricultural Policy Aquaculture and Fisheries...
  7. The Land Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Salina, Kansas, that was founded in 1976. The Land Institute’s work, led by ateam of plant breeders and ecologistsinmultiple partnerships worldwide, is focused on developing perennial grains, pulses and oilseed bearing plants to...
  8. 2017-01-20 Agriculture is one of the East African Community’s most important economic sectors. The major staple foods in the region are maize, rice, potatoes, bananas, cassava, wheat, sorghum, millet and pulses. However, agricultural production in the region is prone to the vagaries of climate change,...