1. 20/3/2004 Underutilized plant species Roselle in Senegal and Mali Canahua deserves to come back Genetic erosion of canahua Growing and marketing Andean grains Fonio: a small grain with potential Taro in Vanuatu Masuku Home gardens Native fruits Marugu Women reintroducing neglected crops The slow food...
  2. An Access Agriculture Training Video Conserve the varieties you do have, by planting them and eating them at home. To recover seed of native crops, establish associations with farmers who are interested in conserving them. An NGO can help you get organised. Making an inventory and an illustrated...
  3. 1/1/1992 La presente publicacion da cuenta de esta inedita experiencia en el manejo, germinacion y produccion de especies nativeas en vivero, desarrolladas por cerca de doce anos. Nuestro interes, como con otras publicaciones del CAAP, es el de aportar, tanto al conocimiento tecnologico, como a la...
  4. 1/1/1988 This booklet promotes the advantages of landscaping with native plants. It stresses the water economy of native plants and also the cold hardiness of native species. 2 copies
  5. A "Florida native plant" refers to a species occurring within the state boundaries prior to European contact, according to the best available scientific and historical documentation. Florida native plants include those species understood as indigenous, occurring in natural associations in...
  6. 1/1/1962 In the following presentation, there are assembled for the first time more than 115 species, native or naturalized in South Florida and/or on the Florida Keys, that offer food, drink, or, in a few instances, salt-, tobacco- and soap-substitutes - or emergency means of cleaning the teeth. 76...
  7. 19/1/1975 Over the years Florida Landscape Plants has become a standard manual for university students, nurserymen, and homeowners in the Lower South. All residents of Florida who like to garden will find much useful information to help them with their garden problems in this revised book.
  8. 1/1/2003 "This beautifully illustrated book is loaded with practical information that professionals and homeowners will find very useful."--Jeffrey G. Norcini, University of Florida "Gil Nelson's book provides a very good selective overview of native plants readily available in the nursery trade that can...
  9. This book is no longer in print. It discusses native Floridian plants - ferns, palms, wild flowers, shrubs, trees, water plants and vines. A Florida gem.
  10. 1/1/2015 Because of Florida's tropical and subtropical climates, it is especially important for the state'sgardeners to incorporate areas that provide refuge from the heat and sun. Yet little is available about how to garden effectively for shade so that the end result is varied, attractive, and...