1. Edible portion:Shoots? A bamboo. It is a tropical plant. At ECHO
  2. Edible Portion: No information noted at this time. A tree. It is a tropical plant.
  3. A shrub. It grows 2 m tall. It has long slender branches. The twigs are green and ribbed. The leaves are alternate and twice divided. There is a large gland at the base of the leaf stalk. The leaves have 2-5 pairs of pinnae and these have 12-18 pairs of leaflets. These are 3-4 mm long. It is a...
  4. Edible portion: Shoots A bamboo. It grows 18 m high. The culms are straight and upright. They grow in open clumps. The clumps can be 6-12 m across. The culms are 6-15 cm across. They are bright green with a white bloom. They turn yellow with age. The shoots are edible. A tropical and subtropical...
  5. 01 មករា 2001 *Available as download only More than twenty years ago, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations contributed to the growing recognition of the role of pollination in agricultural production, with the publication of “The Pollination of Cultivated Plants in the Tropics”. Since...
  6. 01 មករា 1981 A listing of Common and Scientific Names for tropical fruit. Along with the names, the native area, season, uses, and propagation are detailed for each. 20 pages, (3 Copies)
  7. 01 មករា 1982 The purpose of this bulletin is to give Advisory agents and growers a comprehensive resource guide on banana production. New advances in cultivation, packing and transporting bananas are also included. Through reading and understanding the various steps, it is hoped the entire banana export...
  8. 01 មករា 1992 In this book, Lessard explains how to grow bananas in the tropical and subtropical climates of the world. He speaks as a grower to other growers and serious hobbylists. This book is also of use to greenhouse growers in any of the temperate climates of the world.
  9. 01 មករា 1995 This bulletin reviews the current status of banana virus diseases in the region, and discusses current control measures and their effectiveness.
  10. 01 មករា 1994 The author of this book, realized in good time that banana management education was the key word to salvage the situation. Unfortunately such education exised in forms not easily available to the farmers. This book fills a critical vacuum for adequate banana education to farmers, extension...