1. 03/01/1990 Peruvian peasants are proud to share their knowledge Experimentation by Thai farmers raises their self-confidence You cannot fix indigenous knowlege Traditional Indian agriculture Andean agriculture Culturally significant pest control Working with local knowlege in range and livestock...
  2. 12/01/2001 This issue of the Compas Magazine deals with experiences of endogenous development. The cases presented are those gained by Compas partner organisations, but also other inspiring examples are included, such as engaged activism from Thailand and building on traditional veterinary knowledge of...
  3. 01/01/2001 Durian is extensively grown in tropical regions, the major producers being Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines. The tree is also grown in northern Australia, some South American countries and in Africa. Although to many its smell is notoriously offensive, its taste can become a...
  4. 01/01/1997 Thai and English compendium of the world-renowned orchids of Thailand features species full-color photographs. With its detailed information on the locations, flowering seasons, and distinctive features of the kingdom's spectacular wild orchids, it is an indispensable companion for both...
  5. 09/01/1988 This folder is a collection of methods used by villages in Thailand to control pests without the use of pesticides.
  6. The first part of this volume reviews the current shrimp farming industry in China, Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan and Ecuador. In the stock quality section of this volume, high health shrimp systems, potential for genetic improvement of farmed stocks, and probiotic manipulation of hatchery...
  7. 01/01/1994 The content of this proceedings represents the contribution of the symposium participants to the future improvement of allium production and utilzation within the tropics.
  8. 01/01/2000 Nearly three hundred full-color photographs complement a tour of the most beautiful gardens of Hawaii, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Bali, presenting a wide array of public and private gardens along with a detailed discussion of garden design, plant selection, history, and...
  9. This publication comprises interlinked experiments designed to address a major issue in the development of sustainable small-scale farm aquaculture: their generally limited resource base. The technology researched in this issue is cultivation of improved pasture as feed for herbivorous fish.
  10. 01/01/1972 Rice is the most widely consumed and ecologically adaptable cereal on earth, and in the first part of the book Hanks provides us with a synthesizing account of its history, the nature of its cultivation, its adaptablility, and the social and energy requirements necessary for its production. The...