1. 19/11/1986 Integrated pest management - Nicaragua Insecticial plants Biological control Do small farmers have effective alternatives to chemical pesticides Natural crop protection based on local resources Natural enemies wanter Mexican farmers sell organic coffee
  2. 20/03/2005 Energy use in agriculture Planting to catch more sunlight Biodigesters in ecological farming systems Biogas in Uganda Improving organic fertilizers Saving energy with better tools Biogas production with guinea pig manure Improving traditional water mills Clean energy for chilling milk Passive...
  3. 20/12/2006 The System of RiceIntensification and its implications for agriculture Managing pests through plan diversification Powdered rock to revitalise soils The Mambwe mound cultivation system Managing organic resources for soil amendment Conservation Farming in rural Zimbabwe Improving the jhum system...
  4. 20/06/2005 Transforming the land More than profit: Horta e Arte Organic coffee Holding on to the family farm An alternative to slash-and-burn Supporting the local economy Microcredit, poverty and the environment Organizing access to local seeds in a context of crisis Community seed banks Recovering...
  5. 01/01/1976 El proposito de esta publicacion es hacer llegar a los agricultores de mayor preparaciony a los agronomos de Puerto Rico, muy especialmente a los del Servicio de ExtensionAgricola y otras agencias que bregan directamente con el agricultor y sus problemas de produccion para que lo usen y lo...
  6. This technology describes a combination of good practices for soil and water conservation that were introduced to coffee farmers in the central cattle corridor of Uganda, with aim to enhance their resilience to dry spells, pests and diseases, as part of the Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA)...
  7. An illustrated sourcebook to these all-important cooking ingredients includes information on more than two hundred herbs, spices, essences, edible flowers and leaves, aromatics, vinegars, oils, teas, and coffees. 25,000 first printing.
  8. Seeds Edible parts - Seeds - drink, fruit, spice A larger tree than Arabica coffee. It is an evergreen shrub. It grows to 10 m tall and has thicker, larger leaves. It is shallowrooted with most feeding in the top 12 cm of soil. In heavy shade, trees have a more developed trunk. The leaves are...
  9. 01/01/2007 This case study takes a close look at the internal causes of the decline in both quality and production of Kenyan Arabica coffee. It additionally provides recommendations for actions to be taken to help stimulate the industry. 35 pages, tables Agricultural Management, Marketing and Finance...
  10. 01/01/1877 This treatise discusses two plants that yield substances employed in the preparation of beverages. Coffee and Guarana. 80 pages