1. 1/1/1978 Food and Agricultural Industries Service, Agricultural Services Division 175 pages, illustrated, tables FAO Bulletin 31
  2. 1/1/1980 This book explains how "any soil can be cultivated and any plants grown, a garden in which no treatment of any kind, prevention or curative will be applied, considering as we do that a treated soil or plant is incapable of producing a sturday lineage." It also contains information on producing...
  3. 1/8/1980 The work described in this report relates solely to the digestion of vegetable materials for biogas production for small industrial purposes. It was undertaken with the aim of obtaining practical experience in both biogas digester design and operation with the possible application of the process...
  4. Describes the physical and chemical processes leading to the production of biogases and describes procedures for constructing a digester to convert sewage and organic wastes to methane for use on farms and in homes
  5. This manual purpose is to acquant senior staff from developing countries with practices in the recycling of organic wastes in agriculture and to exchange experience.
  6. This book is written with two objectives. First, it may be a reference book for those who are interested in biofuels. Second, it may be used as a textbook to teach biofuel technologies to science and engineering students who want to contribute to the development and implementation of processes...
  7. Uses diagrams and pictures to show how the basic design of the biogas pit can be adapted for construction in different soils, from sandstone to sheer rock, which should encourage other developing countries to embark on their own biogas programs.
  8. 1/5/2007 This paper is an overview of Biofuel energy, its uses and challenges. 42 pages, tables
  9. In developing countries, biomass represents the main source of energy with 300 to 375 million tonnes being used in small- to medium-scale industries. This industrial use causes local wood supply and associated deforestation problems which can be alleviated by efficient use of the fuel. This...