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  1. 1970-01-19 XVIII Annual Meeting of the American Society for Horticultural Science proceedings are included in this publication.
  2. 1976-01-01 This annual newsletter, distributed free to any research worker or institution that requests it, it is desibned to fill a special need through emphasizing the lesser knwon vegetables and making them available throughout the tropics.
  3. 1983-01-01 This two volume set contains extensive information on multiple cropping in the humid tropics to achieve maximum land usage. (Vol. 1, Ch. 1-9, 344 pages, charts) (Vol. 2, Ch. 10-16, 240 pages, charts)
  4. 1995-01-01 This publication teaches about growing plants in your garden, and while you may love to grow plants that are pretty, this book emphasizes plants that are good to eat. You can grow plants to eat, and it's like having magic at your fingertips. Self-published, 8.5x11, no pagination.
  5. 1964-01-01 The main function of the Handbook is to give AID agricultural technicians, Peace Corps personnel, and other workers concise methods of economically producing horticultural crops in the Tropics. It is to assist them in helping the farmer produce food crops more efficiently and improve his standard...
  6. This publication discusses how to design a patio garden and what plants to use. 8.5 x 11, self published. No pagination.
  7. Based on the career of Roger Leakey, the former Director of Research at the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry, this book presents the experiences of real life situations in rural villages of remote and distant places. Living with the Trees of Lifedemonstrates how the...
  8. There are a huge number of undervalued and overlooked food plants in the world. The FPI database provides accessible information about these plants to support production of locally relevant and nutritious food, and enable people to appropriately value their local foods. The searchable database...