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  1. Poincelot gives you easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions for planning, planting, and caring for a productive, beautiful garden without digging or weeding again. The book also includes a foolproof new way to grow sturdy transplants and eliminate transplant shock.  
  2. Detailed descriptions of the daily lives of forty-six families in North and South America and the Caribbean portray the work, leisure, and other social interactions of a diverse peoples.  
  3. This book has been written to provide comprehensive coverage of the requirements for secondary and college agricultural courses and examinations, such as those of the West African Examinations Council. The book will serve as a good coursebook for those undertaking certificate and diploma level...  
  4. This booklet is divided into six chapters. The first puts the plan into the context of ICRAFoperational mandate and TAC priorities. The second and third chapters summarise their7 programmes and23 projects for which theyhave provided an objective, key activities, expected outputs and indicators,...  
  5. This publication contains 12 papers presented at the conference. Five papers address agroforesty technologies appropriate for the Mid-South, including silvopasture, alley cropping, perennial intercropping, and alternative forest products. Five other papers examine policy concerns such as the...  
  6. The aim of this report is to provide information about biomass that is of interest for forest and energy planners. It will mainly deal with present and potential end uses of different kinds of biomass, and with methods to estimate biomass qunatities. It will also discuss the effects of different...  
  7. Covers the the most common processing techniques for the major root crops including potato, cassava, sweet potato, yam and other edible aroid crops. Includes sections on basic food science principles, small-scale processing methods and case studies.  
  8. In his introduction Professor Kenneth King sets the stage by outlining the larger forces that are shaping the growing interest in self-employment, and makes the case for practical responses that are grounded in the experiences of informal sector businesspeople.  
  9. This study is structured in four substantive chapters and a conclusion. Chapter 2 defines key concepts and reivew main trends in poly and legislation. Chapter 3 discuess the land/water rights interface with regard to irrigation. Chapter 4 focueses on pastoral water points. Chapter 5 deals with...  
  10. Includes the best of Florida's native flowering plants that attract and feed native butterflies. These are the plants that naturally supported themore than 160 butterfly species that bred in Florida well before the impacts of man became noticeable. The book is also about the butterflies...