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  1. 1999-01-01 114 pages, illustrated, tables  
  2. 1993-01-01 As the aquaculture industry has expanded throughout the world, it has embraced the experiences of many fields of study to meet increasing technologicalchallenges. The complexities of modern hatchery methodology, more intensive growout systems, and the application of diverse biological and...  
  3. 2006-01-01 Known for its comprehensive coverage, Principles of Field Crop Production introduces students to over fifty species of crops and the most current principles and practices used in crop production today. Learn the botanical characteristics, economic importance, history and adaptation of various...  
  4. A Farmer's Primer on Growing Upland Rice is part of a global upland rice strategy to train extension workers and help farmers. Students and scientists will also find advice and guidelines for this own programs and projects in the book.  
  5. 2004-12-30 The basics of soilless gardening indoors.  
  6. This manual describes some diseases and pests that attack cassava, as well as the symptoms induced by nutritional deficiencies and damage resulting from the misuse of herbicides.  
  7. 1976-01-01 371 pages, illustrated, photos  
  8. This book includes writings from the International Symposium on Sweet Potato. It includes infoon the sweet potato and its value.  
  9. 1969-01-19 In predominantly agricultural tropical countries the need to raise the production of good-quality foodstuffs and raw material is today greater than ever. The rise in production efficiency, so essential for our very existence, can be obtained only partly by improved cultural practices, increased...
     
  10. A completely revised edition of this well known and respected text on pastures. Describes in detail currently available temperate pasturespecies and their growing requirements. Includes full colour photgraphs of many species. 1st, 4th & 5th Editions available.