1. Access Agriculture Training Video It is important to pull striga weeds with your hands before the time it produces seeds and spreads. As it is laborious, better reduce the number of striga plants by applying compost or manure, and by rotating or intercropping with non-cereal crops, such as...
  2. 1/1/2013 En las regiones como Sahel al oeste de África, la pérdida de árboles en el paisaje (los cuales son cortados para producir leña o madera o que han sido excesivamente pastoreados por los animales) en combinación con los frecuentes períodos de sequía ha dado como resultado suelos descubiertos que...
  3. 1/1/1987 No. 28 in the series Agronomy 511 pages, tables
  4. 1/1/1999 This report is based on information gained during a literature search and discussions with specialists in food processing technologies. The report pays attention first to developments in the food marketing chain. If then shows what practices and opportunities exist in terms of storage and...
  5. Many flowers are pollinated without the aid of animals (insect, bird, or mammal). Some are pollinated as the currents of wind or water act as vectors. These flowers do not generally attractanimalpollinators. Most conifers and about 12% of the world’s flowering plants are wind-pollinated. Wind...
  6. La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura) ha elaborado una guía sobre la intensificación de la producción de cultivos de forma sostenible. Un resumen de la guía expresa, “El modelo ‘Ahorrar para Crecer’ de intensificación de la producción de cultivos propuesta...
  7. Recurso clave 1/1/2004 2 Copies Seed production and the maintenance of crop cultivars by small farmers is a subject that has attracted increasing attention over the past decade. The increasing dominance of large multinationals in the seed trade, the controversy over genetic engineering, and the recognition of farmersí...