1. In order to be successful, this publication tells what vegetables will do best in our particular locality and soil, how long they will take to mature so that we can plan a continuous supply, and what fertilzers and manures to use, and how to deal with those pests and diseases that bedevil the...
  2. This proceedings compiles 27 papers presented and submitted for discussion during the 3 day workshop held in BARI, Joydebpur, Gazipur in 1992. We hope that it will provide the much needed answers and information that would guide policymakers, researchers and extensionists in planning and...
  3. This publication lists the minor vegetables, how they are grown, where they are grown and their uses.
  4. Great tips for your garden: More About Extra Sweet Corn; Great Taste in Potatoes; How to Keep Cucumbers Coming; Climate Control (Key to Pepper Production; Toward the Flawless Beet; The Secret to Growing Big, Sweet Carrots; How to Grow Onions All Year; Never Too Early for Peas.
  5. One of the biggest names in the large and rapidly expanding sport of growing giant vegetables reveals his unique--and unusual--secrets for gardening gargantuan greens, including how to plant, prune, protect, and nurture each plant for maximum results and mega-poundage. Color photos throughout.
  6. Describes the history of tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, eggplants, peas, beans, lettuce, celery, carrots, radishes, beets, pumpkins, cucumbers, melon, and corn
  7. Vegetable Gardening is one of a series of inexpensive books which have been designed to treat a variety of indidual agricultural topics in greater depth than could be expected in general textbook. They are particularly of interest to students and teachers in Schools of Agriculture.
  8. 01-01-1997 The worship emphasized the need to carry out more research into Afric's own crops rather than finding ways to produce more exotic crops in a hostile environment. Three working groups were established and were asked to prioritise actions required in the near future and to advise on a policy to be...
  9. 01-01-1967 The aim has been to acquaint the student with some of the evidence on the principles which underlie vegetable production in the Tropics. The practices of vegetable growing furnish a background for indicating how this basic information applies.
  10. This volume presents numberous data on locally available sources for improving the diet and by recommending and describing methods that are not beyond the capacity of the rural population.