1990-01-01 This publication includes chapters on the perennial sesbanias, establishment and management, fodder, wood, soil improvement and alley farming, food and other uses, and seed production. 40 pgs, illus
In preparing this 4th ediction, the authors have sought to provide a text for medical students, a useful volume for undergraduate and graduate students, and a review for graduate practicing physicians who wish to remain au courant with developments in biochemistry.
The purpose of this Compendium is to aid plant pathologists and other agricultural workers in the diagnosis of alfalfa diseases. It is designed especially for extension or advisory plant pathologistwho have access to a microscope and for pathologists whom have limited experience with alfalfa...
1988-01-01 These proceedings include assessment of research and development with systems of land use that involve tree species. Discussions ranged from genetic resources and germplasm improvement to soil constraints and socioeconomic systems that enhance agroforestry development.
1984-01-01 This volume consists of full length manuscripts of 159 of the 165 invited papers presented at World Soybean Research Conference III that was held in the Scheman Continuing Education Building at Iowa State University.
1975-01-01 This booklet is based on Australian experience in tropical pasture improvement and the success of these pastures in Australia is ample proof that the principles and practice of these methods is sound. It is hoped that it will assist landholders in similar climates in countries overseas.
The reports presented in this publication review the progress of soybean research in seven Asian countries and four International Agricultural Research Centers. The major problem areas and difficultires involved in solving them are also presented by the authors.
ECHOcommunity.org is the online collaborative membership community of ECHO, an international nonprofit organization. ECHO exists to reduce hunger and improve lives through agricultural training and resources. Working through regional impact centers around the world ECHO connects small-scale farmers, and those working to eliminate world hunger, with essential resources, and each other. These resources include a vast knowledgebase of practical information, experienced technical support and an extensive seed bank focused on highly beneficial underutilized plants.
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