1. 19/7/1998 Challenging water scarcity Irrigation development - Peru The challenge of organising catchment councils Saurasbtra's water insurer Water resource management Improved irrigation efficiencies in Tunisian oases Bridging gaps in water and labour supply Transferred technology in a basket of options...
  2. 30/3/2017 Fabricación de ensilaje en Vichada Nota Técnica : Filtro de Agua Bioarena Del Banco de Semillas de Echo : El cacahuete forrajero Ecosde Nuestra Red: Perfil biográfico Adria y Job De Nuestro Equipo de Asesores Technicos: Cultivos forrajeros apropiados para suelos arcillosos
  3. Recurso clave 19/1/1979 This National Academy of Sciences report describes plants of the family Leguminosae, all of them greatly underexploited. Some are extensively used in one part of the world but unknown elsewhere; others are virtually unknown to science but have particular attributes that suggest they could become...
  4. 1/1/1998 Fodder scarcity is a major constraint faced by farming communities throughout the world. This is often the result of the degradation of traditional fodder sources in forest and village common lands. Consequently, to meet their needs, farmers must produce at least some fodder in their agricultural...
  5. Recurso clave 2/1/1994 Tree legumes serve a multitude of purposes in agriculture and forestry, including forage for animal production, fuel wood and timber production, soil conservation and fertility improvement. Their role and potential is being increasingly recognized for both intensive and extensive agroforestry...
  6. 1/7/2012 Fences are established on the small farm for a variety of reasons. They are used to mark boundary lines between farms or next to roads, and to separate adjacent fields used for distinct purposes. Fences are used to protect and keep animals from straying (to keep animals ‘in’), or to protect crops...
  7. 1/1/2008 Grass pea (Lathyrus sativus) is a drought tolerant legume used as forage for livestock or as food for people (seeds are roasted, cooked into porridge or ground for use in bread). The plant thrives in poor soil, drought or flooding.
  8. 18/10/2016 La morera de papel es nativa de China, Japón, Corea, Laos, Camboya, Tailandia, Burma y Assam (India), pero se cultiva ampliamente en otras partes de Asia y el Pacífico. También se ha naturalizado en partes del sur de Europa y los EE.UU. (Kew 2016). De acuerdo con el Centro Mundial de...
  9. El guácimo es un árbol de tamaño pequeño a mediano que alcanza los 30 m de altura. Sus hojas forman un dosel compacto y redondeado, que permanece verde durante todo el año, excepto en áreas con una estación seca prolongada. Se utiliza como fuente de leña, sombra y forraje para el ganado.