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  1. 2012-12-04 There has been a lot of talk about resilience lately, but what does it all mean and how should we think about it in terms of agricultural and community development from poverty reduction and improved well-being? In a global context of variability and change – be it economic or environmental – and...  
  2. 2020-04-14 Have you ever wondered about the long-term impact of a project with which you were involved? Wouldn’t it be nice to know whether changes in a community lasted after an official program ended? Do you wish you knew what worked and what did not, so you could adjust for a more effective program next...  
  3. 2008-01-01 A Successful Approach to Field Cropping in Southern Africa Low-Toxin Grass Pea
     
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  5. 1994-10-19 In some parts of the world people roast sorghum, as is done with corn (roasting ears) in the United States. Roasting bird resistant sorghum at the dough stage may not sufficiently remove the cyanogenic glycoside dhurrin.  
  6. 1994-10-19 A Caution About One Use of The Bird Resistant Grain Sorghum Nematodes in Agroforestry Control of Leaf-Cutter Ants Use of Legume Cover Crops in Orchards or Plantations Echos From our Network Quinoa, Chenopodium Quinoa, The Incan "Mother Grain."
     
  7. 1992-04-01 Information about the salt tolerance of Leucaena  
  8. 1992-04-01 Moringa Stenopetala Salt Tolerance in Leucaena? Keeping Moneys Out of the Garden A Living Fence That Might be Deadly Oral Vaccine for Typhoid Gardening in Volcanic Ash Devastating Disease of Neem Trees in West Africa
     
  9. 2014-04-20 Harry van den Burg wrote in response to theEDN 121 articleabout: …the extent to which risk aversion may have been and even is overestimated, at the expense of hunger and exhaustion, as a leading limiting factor on agricultural productivity. “Whereas I certainly think that the argument has merit…I...  
  10. 2018-08-07 Session:The session will first provide an overview of WorldVeg’s efforts in using traditional African vegetables in the region, based on its collection in Arusha, Tanzania, the largest in Africa. The overview will single out amaranth as well as traditional vegetables useful in drylands. Second,...