1. 19-10-1991 Chinese peasants design their future Rural university in Colombia Research-training-action in Senegal Learning systems agriculture Peasants and NGOs in a shared quest Agriculture, women and ecology Revitalising indigenous knowledge
  2. 20-09-2006 Bridging the gaps between researchers' and farmers' realities Improving service delivery in Yunnan, China Better livestock management in Guatemala Documenting, validating and scaling-up local innovations From piloting to scaling up Change through shared learning In search of new sources of...
  3. 20-09-2005 The contribution of small animals The advantages of small animals in farming systems Diversifying small farms in Cambodia Crop-goat integration in upland farming systems Improving livelihoods through vermicomposting Ecological breeding of guinea pigs Improving the performance of indigenous sheep...
  4. 20-06-2015 Community supported agriculture thriving in China Eqytian youth challenge the city-country divide Growing a sense of place and community in Cape Town Between city and country: domestic workers build food sovereignty Threatened landscapes unite rural and urban communities "Urban agroecology - a...
  5. 01-01-2000 This unique resource is the first attempt ever made to profile all the people groups of China! It is based onfield research; the harvest of more than ten years' work. It includes important new ethnolographical and anthropological material and is indexed and with an extensive bibliography of...
  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. This monograph examines how China can approach agricultural self-sufficiency. All the authors contributed their best wisdom toward the objective of developing sustained modern agriculture in harmony with the natural environment.
  8. 19-01-2011 For more than 4,000 years, Asian farmers worked the same fields repeatedly without sapping the land's fertility and without applying artificial fertilizer! How they accomplished this miraculous feat is described by author Franklin Hiram King, a former official of the U.S. Department of...
  9. 01-01-1992 This Asia Technical Department Technical Note is a summary of the observations made between the commencement of the project in 1990 up until the mid-1992 Supervision Mission.
  10. Uses diagrams and pictures to show how the basic design of the biogas pit can be adapted for construction in different soils, from sandstone to sheer rock, which should encourage other developing countries to embark on their own biogas programs.