1. 8/4/2020 As I walk the farm with Mr. Tuntun in rural Myanmar, I can’t help but smile as he proudly shows me the biochar he now makes and uses in his potting mix for his fruit tree seedlings. Instead of burning, he now turns his organic waste material from the farm into a valuable resource that can be used...
  2. The database contains photographs of plants from West Africa in a broad geographical sense, mainly from the savanna regions. You can search for scientific or vernacular names (or parts thereof, no wildcard necessary) via free text (in: “What are you looking for”) You can browse through a...
  3. 1/1/2006 A guide to the identification of all the woody plants (c. 2,250 species in 740 genera) of the forest region of West Africa called 'Upper Guinea', between Togo and Senegal. Upper Guinea is one of the world's most important centres of biodiversity, from the mountain forests of Liberia, Guinea and...
  4. 9/3/2020 Topics to be addressed: Soil fertility management, case of the Balo program Organic fertilizer immediate, case of the Bokashi Agricultural cooperatives Air layering Successful small breeding, the case of local hens Cycle management of a farm Chaya, nutritional values Consuming our organic...
  5. 24/3/2020 Topics to be addressed: The production of bio thermal compost in 21 days The production of liquid fertilizer in 14 days The Foundation for farming The manufacture of the multi-nutritional block in breeding Bio-pesticides Fish farming Agriculture that respects the environment and helps resilience...
  6. 1/1/2004 Orginally published in French, this English translation has colored pictures along with descriptions of individual trees, shrubs and lianas of West African dry zones..
  7. This book has been written to provide comprehensive coverage of the requirements for secondary and college agricultural courses and examinations, such as those of the West African Examinations Council. The book will serve as a good coursebook for those undertaking certificate and diploma level...
  8. Kew botanists have studied African plants for two centuries, and are now co-operating with Practical Action Publishing to produce this book which will be a constant source of interest and reference internationally. The book, while of great interest to specialists, is aimed at the average reader....