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  1. 1996-10-19 Technical Note: Selecting the Right Crop for Your Location in the Tropics or Subtropics,by Dr. Franklin W. Martin Technical Note: Comparison Charts of Tropical Crops,by Dr. Franklin W. Martin and Michael P. Fennema What Seed Would You Take to an Uninhabited Tropical Island? How Can I Garden in...
     
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  3. 1996-10-19 Passion Fruits for Higher Altitudes Seminole Pumpkin is a Multipurpose, Productive Vegetable Quail Grass(Celosia argentea)is an Excellent Spinach Substitute for Hot Weather Rhubarb Grown as an Annual Strawberries Swiss Chard Thailand Long Bean Produces Abundantly in the Rainy Season Tomatoes in...
     
  4. 1996-10-19 SUPPLEMENTAL CURRENCY.Currency serves two uses in a community. It buys goods and services from outside the community. Until then, it recirculates within the community making economic activity possible. A common lament heard throughout much of our overseas network is, "It just makes no sense....
     
  5. 1996-10-19 Limit Fertilizer After Transplanting Trees and Shrubs Watering Cups Used in Planting Trees Successful Method of Taking Fruit Trees from the States to Zaire Mud Dip for Roots When Transplanting Tree Spacing Numbers Grow Small Fruit Trees in Circles Danger Signal of Heavy Flowering "The Living...
     
  6. 1996-10-19 Composting and Hill Culture The Haiti Mix for Starting Seedlings A Peat Substitute Made from Coconuts Removing Salts from Container-Grown Plants Book Review:Saline Agriculture: Salt-Tolerant Plants for Developing Countries Salt Tolerance in Leucaena? Some Helpful Facts About Salinity Planting in...
     
  7. 1996-10-19 Innovative Methods of Terracing SALT Project (Sloping Agricultural Land Technology) How to Make and Use an A-Frame Book Review:Sembradores de Esperanza: Conservar para Cultivar y Vivir Book Review:Cuidemos Nuestra Tierra
     
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  10. 1996-10-19 TECHNICAL NOTE "MEAT PRODUCTION ON THE SMALL FARM WITH CAVY (GUINEA PIG)"by Dr. Frank Martin, 6 pages. The cavy is a rodent that was domesticated in the Andes as a source of meat. Because it is small, it can be eaten by a small family in one meal and does not require refrigeration.