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  1. Proceedings from theApril 26-29, 2000 workshop inTegucigalpa, Hondurasbegin with a general overview of Mucuna and its food and feed uses. After that, the papers themselves appear according to the six workshop sessions: A View from the Field, Anti-Nutritional Factors in Mucuna, Mucuna as a Food,...  
  2. Renewable energy is becoming crucially important as concern over burning fossil fuels is increasing and the price of oil continues to rise. Biogas technology has undergone great developments since the first designs in the 1970s. Large national projects are working very effectively in countries...  
  3. No quality improvement is possible unless the farmer, the vegetable vendor and the consumer are educated to the advantages each may reap from improving quality. Improved quality secures favourable income to farmers: reduces vendors' losses due to damage and improves shelf-life of produce and to...  
  4. This cookbook was prepared in the hopes that it will provide community development workers, home economic teachers, extension officers and others with the supporting material needed to implement promotional campaigns.  
  5. The purpose of this publication is to inform interested persons of recommended procedures used for various tropical crops. Included are information and a comprehensive treatment of basic and applied aspects of plant introduction for each crop, which are not generally found in books or scientific...  
  6. Nitrogen pollution of lakes, rivers, and oceans by human urine is a growing problem.Liquid Goldshows how urine can safely be used to grow food, fuel, fiber, and beautiful landscapes while protecting the environment and providing free and safe fertilizer. Featuring a short history of urine use—...  
  7. This Third Report on the World Nutrition, Situation is part of a series of SCN reports initiated in the mid 80s on nutritional status of populations in developing countries. These reports focus on information important for all the UN agencies concerned with nutrition, and for the many governments...  
  8. This booklet included a brief history of crops commonly grown in the nineteenth century explain how they came to be grown in the United States and give more familiarity with each crop. Listed under each crop are some varieties that were grown regularly in nineteenth century gardens and that are...  
  9. This publication lists the minor vegetables, how they are grown, where they are grown and their uses.  
  10. This book contains profiles of insects and diseases that have appeared in the pages of Florida Grower over the past 12 years. 3 Copies