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  1. Proceedings of a Trilateral Workshop held at the Mississippi State University, Mississippi, 10-13 April 1995 The aims of the workshop were to document the importance of diseases in pastures from a realistic assessment of the extent and nature of losses caused by diseases in each country and to...
  2. 01-10-1993 Illustrated book on common fruit pests and how to rid your crop of them.
  3. 09-01-1976 This is the second in a set of three how-to manuals that together provide a comprehensive overview of storage problems and considerations as they relate to the small farmer. Vol 2 is is an in-depth study of two major enemies: insects and rodents. 169 pages, illustrations
  4. 20-01-2012 This bulletin provides information on the causal agents, distribution, economic imporance, symptons, epidemiology, and management of major diseases of pigeonpea. The test is supplemented with color photographs of disease symptoms and a diagnostic key is included to facilitate identification....
  5. 01-01-1995 Analyzes contemporary crop breeding's successes and shortcomings and details new techniques of breeding food crops with inherited immunity. Discusses the pitfalls of classical plant breeding and the green revolution, offers case histories of crops that have been successfully bred to overcome...
  6. Descriptions of various afflictions to potato crops and advice in dealing with them. Includes charts, tables, diagrams, and black-and-white and full color photographs.
  7. This manual is designed to help agricultural field workers identify the most common problems of rice in the tropics. The text is non-technical: common names have been used exclusively (scientific names of insets may be found on p. 48, 49).
  8. This pamphlet contains some general information on the important diseases of rice in the tropics. It is intended primarily for use by trainees at the International Rice Research Institute.
  9. This paper presents basic information on the biology of most insect pests of rice and describes the damage inflicted by them.
  10. The aim of this Agrodok is to inform extension workers and smallholder rice farmers in tropical Africa about current views concerning efficient, profitable and sustainable lowland rice farming and rice processing.