1. This book is of unusual significance. It is the first IADS-sponsored volume on a commodity written expecially for authorities, nonagricultural as well as agricultural, in developing countries and for the assistance agencies which cooperate with them.
  2. Recurso clave 12/1/1986 Includes index. Translated by: John Coates. pests rice maize legumes vegetables fruits storage insecticidal plants ashes baits traps vegetable oils mineral substances
  3. Recurso clave 1/10/1998 Third Edition People interested in tropical gardening or botany will find this an indispensable guide to several hundred species of plants with edible leaves. Leaves can provide high-quality food, and in the tropics, many are from perennials requiring little effort for their abundant production....
  4. Recurso clave 28/12/2001 This book is about global hunger, and our backyard garden. It looks at the opportunities that the future holds for people facing hunger all over the world, with these objectives: 1. To create an awareness that there is a world of potential beyond tomatoes and green beans. 2. To note what some of...
  5. 1/1/2013 This is the 2013, 2014 annual report for the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics. 55 pages, photos
  6. This details how affordable technology is available to scale up rice fortification. 90 pages, illustrations
  7. This book fully describes small-scale processing and storage methods for root crops, particularly taro, sweet potato, and yams. The authors emphasize methods of handling and preserving the crops that require little in the way of energy or technology, and they discuss traditional methods of...
  8. Recurso clave This book provides an understanding of the technical and managerial aspects of seed production and supply with particular reference to tropical conditions, which are inherently more challenging than thsoe of temperate environments.
  9. 1/1/1980 The overall objective of this Handbook is to introduce the reader to a time tested system of family food production and to provide guidlines to assist programme officers with developing an appropriate home garden programme. The basic principles can also be applied in programmes for schools and...
  10. A variety of physical, chemical, and biological control methods have been suggested by various authors for each of these purposes.