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  1. Easy Low-Maintenance tips and techniques for Building Healthy Soil, Making Compost, Wiping out Weeds, Stopping Pests, Beating Disease, Growing and Harvesting healthy vegetables and fruits plus Growing beautiful perennials, herbs bulbs, annuals, vines and more.  
  2. Cucurbits include cucumbers, gourds, muskmelons, pumpkins, squashes and watermelons. As such, they represent one of the largest and most important groups of horticultural food plants, and are grown throughout the world. In common with other books in this series, the aim of this book is to present...  
  3. This Agrodok on the growing of tomatoes and peppers is meant for fieldworkers in developing countries. It is intended to serve as a practical manual, also for those who have little knowledge of agricultural matters. The methods described are suitable for small-scale cultivation and require little...  
  4. 2000-01-01 This is an amazing manual covering animal functions of all the major domestic animals. It contains an incredible amount of information in one volume. It is written in a simple, easy to understand style, supplemented with many good illustrations. This book was developed to benefit rural people in...  
  5. The subject of this particular manual is the basic technology of horticulture and vegetabl-growing, as it applies mainly to family gardens. It deals largely with the way this kind of vegetable cultivation has been encouraged through extension activities initiated mostly by health service workers...  
  6. 1991-01-01 The range of vegetables species grown and found in markets is much larger in the tropics than in temperate countries and plays an important part in improving the diet. This book deals with the special methods of vegetable cultivation, the cultivation of the major vegetable families and groups,...  
  7. This book unfolds the arguments, explains the materials, and comments on the cultivation and the household preparation of leaf resources.  
  8. 1991-02-01 Food from Dryland Gardens encourages gardens that serve local needs, that are based on local knowledge, and that conserve natural resources and the biological diversity of traditional crops. It was written for field workers, extension agents, students, project workers, and program planners. Both...  
  9. Reviewed by Kristin Davis In EDN 64-5 we reviewed a report from Lowell Fuglie of the Church World Service in Senegal on his successful project with Moringa oleifera. He has published another book with CTA (Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU) on natural crop protection...  
  10. This book prvides information concerning the fundamental principles involved in plant propagation and serves as a manual that describes useful techniques for propagating plants.  

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