1. This publication is a record of the proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Tropical Root and Tuber Crops. Papers included survey the general status of each of the major crops and those factors that limit their production and utilization.
  2. This publication is a record of the proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Tropical Root and Tuber Crops. Papers included survey the general status of each of the major crops and those factors that limit their production and utilization.
  3. Vegetable Gardening is one of a series of inexpensive books which have been designed to treat a variety of indidual agricultural topics in greater depth than could be expected in general textbook. They are particularly of interest to students and teachers in Schools of Agriculture.
  4. 1981-01-01 Few crops have risen so quickly from total obscurity to the winged bean's current level of prominence. The publication is written to acquaint administrators and uninitiated researchers with the plant and it's promise.
  5. This book reports on a study of the chemical composition and nutritional status of a wide range of Pacific root crops.
  6. 1975-01-01 This is a report on plants that show promise for improving the quality of life in tropical areas. Because the countries in this zone contain most of the world's low-income populatons this report is addressed to those government administrators, technical assistance personnel, and researchers in...
  7. Information provided in this series covers selected foods from Africa, India, Latin America and Southeast Asia. Topics are organized on a commodity basis within the major food groups, including cereals and other startch sources, legumes and oil-seeds, fruits and vegetables.
  8. In writing this book, Dr. Onwueme's purpose has been to provide a detailed account of the major tropical tuber crops which form a substantial part of the staple diet of people living in the tropics. Traditional and more recent methods of production are discussed and analysed. In addition,...
  9. Principles of Tropical Horticultureleads the reader through a background of environmental influences and plant physiology to an understanding of production and post-harvest systems, environmental adaptation techniques and marketing strategies. Focusing on the principles behind production...
  10. Key Resource 2008-12-12 Crop production science in horticulture series: 17 Most of the world's poorest smallholders depend on tropical roots and tubers crops as their principal source of food and nutrition. These species produce large quantities of dietary energy and have stable yields under difficult environmental...