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  1. 1988-01-01 Brunei Darussalam has a diversity of crops, particularly in horticulture and the exciting "potential it promises and the opportunities it could offer now and in the future" is tremendous. The report also provides an opportunity for scientists, agriculturalists and horticulturalists, both local...  
  2. Thie handbook shows readers how to make compost easily in a rodent-resistant bin. Information about compost bins is included, along with methods of making compost and gardening information on what to do with their finished compost.  
  3. Presenting an up-to-date introduction to this complex group of plants,Palms Throughout the Worlddescribes 800 species in 123 genera and discusses the distribution, biology, propagation, cultivation, and economic importance of palms. The individual species descriptions are arranged in alphabetical...  
  4. 1979-01-01 The objective of this paper is to describe some of the soil-water-crop problems that were encountered by researchers in Puerto Rico on Oxisols and Ultisols and in Brazil on Oxisols and to suggest some important1/1/1979 management practices and consequences for highly weathered soils in other...  
  5. The emphasis in this report is on Africa, but extensive use is made of experiences from other areas and the report's conclusions are therefore applicable to all tropical regions in the developing world. The report is addressed mainly to agroforestry practitioners--both foresters and...  
  6. This book will help to pinpoint and treat specific nutritional deiciencies in your plants. Book 2 explains deficiency symptoms of magnesium, copper, manganese, zinc, sulfur and iron.  
  7. Cropping systems, as well as timing, method of application and forms of fertilizer, can influence fertilizer efficiency. Although there are many factors which cause various practices to have different relative importance in different areas, the importance of having an actively growing root system...  
  8. Ivan Holliday's Field Guide to Australian Trees covers more than 400 species, representing some 80 different genera. Each entry includes notes on distribution and habitat, a description of the tree's key botanical features, and notes on its commercial use and horticulture. The book is illustrated...  
  9. The Handbook of Manures and Fertilizers is an attempt to disseminate information to the farmers. It contains useful information on the ways of increasing manurial resources, the different kinds of manures and fertilizers, their composition, their role in the nutrition of crops, methods and time...  
  10. This publication explores the sources of acidity, the management of soil acidity and how/when to apply lime.