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  1. 1996-10-19 Zai Holes Harness Termites to Increase Crop Yields Grass Mulch: An Innovative Way of Gardening in the Dry Tropics Colored Plastic Mulches Thick Mulch for No-Till Gardens Rice Hull Mulch  
  2. 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...
     
  3. 1996-10-19 Productive, resistant plants start with healthy soil. Crops need not only adequate nutrients, but a favorable soil structure and environment for optimal growth. In the tropics, soil conditions vary widely, and many small farmers are forced to grow their crops in very poor soils which require...
     
  4. 1996-10-19 What About Rhizobia Inoculants? How Adequate is Chicken Manure Tea as a Fertilizer? How to Make Fish Emulsion Fertilizer Pigeon Pea and Chickpea Release Phosphates Plant Tissue Nutrient Tests Available at Ohio State University "Feeding and Balancing the Soil" Course International Ag-Sieve
     
  5. 1996-10-19 The International Cover Crop Clearinghouse Enthusiasm for Cover Crops Green Manure Crops Offer Tremendous Advantages to the Small Farm in the Third World, by Roland Bunch What We Have Learned to Date About Green Manure Crops for Small Farmers, by Roland Bunch Innovations in Green Manures Jack...
     
  6. 1996-10-19 This is a book of practical ideas. It is written for people who help those who live and make their living under difficult conditions in the tropics and subtropics. What should a development worker do to assist a community? There are no simple answers, but there are many possibilities--plants,...
     
  7. 1998-08-19 Edible Australian Acacias, A "New" - "Old" Food For Semi Arid Zones
     
  8. 1998-08-19 The seed of some fifty Australian dry-zone acacia species are a traditional food of Australian Aboriginal people. In Australia they have not been domesticated and until recently have had a low status as “outback bush plants.”  
  9. 2002-01-20 The conventional view of the relationship between soil nutrients and crop productivity in the tropics is leading to both damaging agricultural policies and inefficient and damaging farm-level practices. There is no need to use the huge quantities of chemical fertilizers that are so often...  
  10. 2002-01-20 Nutrient Quantity or Nutrient Access? A New Understanding of How to Maintain Soil Fertility in the Tropics ‘Uberlandia’ Carrot