1. 20-03-2003 Fundamental elements of a Farmer Field School PTD practitioners Field schools for Kenyan dairy farmers Farmer Life Schools Community forest management and FFS Evaluation in FFS Picturing impact The Egyptian experience with FFS The greening of self help groups Gender field schools Farmer schools...
  2. 19-07-1985 The possible role of trees in farming systems of the tropics Exploitation of microbial systems of tree/plant species - India Low-input technology for managing oxisols and ultisols in tropical America Chemical fertilizer aid to Nepal Alley-cropping with leucaena Training courses ecological...
  3. 20-06-2011 The TREES experience in Sao Paulo Where there are no trees Payments or rewards A long term perspective: the Wanakaset concept Trees and farming Rights and ownership: "It's our forest" Planting trees, rooting awareness Seed management: a farmer friendly method Quantities vs quality
  4. 01-01-1984 A Pocket Directory of Trees and Seeds in Kenya was compiled to answer two basic tree-planting questions: which trees are the best to plant in my particular climate type? And where do I get the seeds or their seedlings? Ninety tree species are described, along with their best climate types. For...
  5. This book combines history with practical gardening information. This book investigates more than 40 plants mentioned in the Bible. It then gives easy-to-follow advise on how to grow it in your own house or garden.
  6. One of the main aims of this book is to benefit the rural people of Ethiopia by ercouraging them to grow more trees and shrubs of a wider variety of species than they have up to now. It provides information on a selection of useful tree and shrub species for the range of agroclimatic conditions...
  7. This manual is concerned with the methods of waterproofing all types of soil construction.The first and easiest way toobtainawaterproofingagent from a tree is through Its sap. Since many trees will nothavea free flowing sap, and many that do not have useful sap, all kinds of trees must be tested....
  8. The authors of this book, James Gwartney, Richard Stroup,Dwight Lee, Tawni Ferrarini, and Joseph Calhoun, are all life-long economic educators who know how to use the tools of economics to illuminate why both individuals and nations prosper and how they can be more successful. The book is...
  9. 01-01-1991 This book provides guidance for the introduction and evaluation of woody perennials for use in agroforestry. By woody perennials we include not only trees, shrubs, and bushes, but also palms, woody grasses, such as bamboos, and climbing plants, such as rattans. This book is primarily concerned...
  10. 01-01-2005 24 pages, illustrated, photos Links Project: gender, biodiversity and local knowledge systems for food security Report No. 40