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  1. This directory is the second part of the one published in 1981 which included cacoa, coconut, pepper, sugarcane and tea. Beet is included here, for the purpose of the IBPGR directories, although stricktly speaking it could belong in the root and tubers and in vegetables directories. Also included...  
  2. 1964-01-01 160 pages, illustrated  
  3. 1998-01-01 67 pages, illustrated, photos  
  4. This Agrodok contains detailed information on how to grow three kinds of mushrooms: oyster, shiitake and wood ear mushrooms. These mushrooms are rather easy to grow on a small scale. 2 Copies  
  5. This pamplet discribes how to plan a 100 Fold vegetable gardens (a version of a wicking bed)  
  6. Offers advice for planning, planting, and caring for a vegetable garden, provides specific information for more than thirty of the most popular vegetables, and includes harvesting and storing tips  
  7. 2012-07-20 The Sahel is a region where the population has always faced a high degree of climate variability, manifested both in terms of time (unexpected dry spells can occur during the rainy season) and in terms of space (rainfall can vary greatly from one area to another). Over the last two decades, the...
     
  8. This book is a general overview of what is now understood about the way in which pure water, especially water that has been restructured to optimize the hydration of the body, will lay a foundation for discussion, healing modalities, and future research on this under-appreciated necessity of...  
  9. 1978-01-01 This volume of studies from the World Animal Review contains articles published on ruminant nutrition in the first twenty-four issues of the journal, presenting the experience and the results of work of animal scientists from 11 countries. Although the principal focus of the articles is on the...  
  10. 1984-01-01 The purpose of this guide is to assist groups or individuals who have little or very limited experience with animals, but who wish to undertake a livestock project. It is intended for the person who is working with the small-holder, the landless or nearly landless rural family, or with women's or...