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  1. 1958-01-01 This paper has been prepared to call attention to the publishedinformation that the author has found, and some personal observations, relating to the use and the study of various bamboos as sources of forage. 37 pages, illustrated, photos  
  2. 1967-01-01 The aim has been to acquaint the student with some of the evidence on the principles which underlie vegetable production in the Tropics. The practices of vegetable growing furnish a background for indicating how this basic information applies.  
  3. This manual discusses different methods of rain water harvesting - mortar jar, brick jar, and partially below ground tank. Also included are directions for the manufacture of the tank, tank cover and tank pump. ...  
  4. Each vegetable is discussed in detail. You'll know the problems and their solution, understand how to raise, harvest, and store the seeds.  
  5. Anything you would need to know about organic gardening is in this book.  
  6. The present publication concentrates mainly on the growing of leafy vegetables in Nigeria, many of them being little known to horticulturists and their immense potential of supplementing tropical diets unrealized. Mr. Ephenhuijsen gives a well illustrated, concise account of these native...  
  7. A good reference and resource book of tips to successful gardening.  
  8. This publication includes essential elements of organic pest and disease control and a guide to growing vegetables organically.  
  9. As we move into a new century, hunger around the globe is one on the main problems that must be tackled. Hydroponics provides one way in which groups of indiviuals can provide food for their families and start their own cottage industries. This form of growing food should be widely known-it can...  
  10. This manual presents methods suitable mainly for singular building/establishment level-residences, institutions and industries. The scope of water harvesting can be extended to a locality/community level by incorporating various such singular units into a group.