1. 01/01/1987 Soybean has great potential, even for small farmers with limited resources, to fit into the rice-based cropping systems that dominate so much of the agricultural area in the tropics. 213 pages, illustrations
  2. Agriculture in Africa Rural Communities-Crops and Soils is a basic introduction to principples of crop physiology and practices of crop husbandry. The book recognises the realities of traditional subsistence farming but introduces improved methods. As well as details of plant requirements, and...
  3. This textbook is designed principally for university and college students reading for degrees and diplomas in Botany and Agriculture but will also be useful in studies of ethnobotany, food science, archaeology and nutrition, or indeed to anyone with a concern for our natural resources. The text...
  4. This book attempts to summarize the complex field of manuring of the different crops. Divided into two parts, the first part of this book deals with the principles of plant nutrition and manuring in general, the second is devoted to the use of manures for the individual crops.
  5. The tropics are the source of many of our familiar fruits, vegetables, oils, and spice, as well as such commodities as rubber and wood. Moreover, other tropical fruits and vegetables are being introduced into our markets to offer variety to our diet. Now, as tropical forests are increasingly...
  6. 01/01/1877 Excerpt of a longer work. Discussion on indian corn, rice, broom corn or millet. 54 pages
  7. East African Crops is a comprehensive textbook on the production of the crops of East Africa. It is suitable for agriculture students in Secondary Schools, Universities, Agriculture Colleges and Institutes, as well as field workers.
  8. Compendium on technological and nutritional aspects of processing and utilization of tropical foods, both animal and plant, for purposes of training and field reference.
  9. This is one of a series of books prepared by the staff of the Food Policy and Nutrition Division on the subject of traditional food crops froom tropical areas. The series includes studies on the nutritional value, household processing and utilization of food plants growing in given ecological...
  10. Ressource principale 19/01/1980 The first part of the book, which assumes an elementary knowledge of agriculture, biology, and allied sciences, covers in detail the methods best suited to the cultivation of crops in the wet tropics. It advocates the use of intensive systems of agriculture which are less destructive to the...