1. 20/3/2002 Managing agroecosystems Ecological Millenniium An ecosystem approach to health Agriculture and human health Ecology of mycotoxins in maize and groundnuts Ecohealth case studies An emerging consensus on ecosystems and human health
  2. This book was compiled as a guide to promote the country's main non-traditional agricultural products. While this guide provides general data regarding specific selected products, it is not intended to bean all-inclusive guide containing the total range of information for importers interested in...
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  4. Access Agriculture Training Video Women in Benin show us that there are three important things: select good groundnut varieties, follow good harvest and postharvest practices, and use good processing methods. Available languages Arabic Bambara Bemba Burmese Chichewa / Nyanja Chitonga / Tonga...
  5. AccessAgriculture Training Video La rotación de cultivos y el uso de yeso, extractos de hierbas u buenos hongos como el Trichoderma pueden controlar la pudrición de raíz y tallo. Idiomas disponibles Bambara Bangla Birmano Español Ewe Francés Inglés Kabyé Kiswahili Moba Mooré Tamil Telugo Árabe
  6. 6/4/2021 Apios americana es una enredadera trepadora y perenne de la familia de las leguminosas (Fabaceae). Los nombres comunes de este cultivo, en español, incluyen apio tuberoso, legumbre papa, hopniss, papa de la India. La planta, nativa del este de América del Norte, fue ampliamente cultivada por los...
  7. 20/1/2012 192 pages, illustrated, photos Information Bulletin no. 34
  8. Peanut,Arachis hypogaea, is an herbaceous annual plant in the family Fabaceae grown for its oil and edible nuts. Peanut plants are small, usually erect, thin stemmed plants with feather-like leaves. The leaves are arranged in alternate pairs and have leaf-like attachments near the stalk. The...
  9. Aflatoxins are the source of both poor health and poor livelihood outcomes. In order to support smallholder farmers in developing countries, it is important to equip them with the knowledge, practices, and access to technology that will allow for proper and effective aflatoxin management. 6...
  10. Legumes belong to the family Leguminosae. In the tropics, they are the next important food crop after cereals (37). They are sources of low-cost dietary vegetable proteins and minerals when compared with animal products such as meat, fish and egg (8). Indigenous legumes therefore are an important...