1. 01-01-1994 Teaching of agriculture as a separate topic is a major subject in primary school. The topics in the series have been presented in comparatively great depth and breadth. They include our environment, animals and plants, soil, gardening, and farm animals. Library contains 4 volumes: books 4, 5, 6,...
  2. 01-01-2009 This book examines the theology and ethics of land use, especially the practices of modern industrialized agriculture, in light of critical biblical exegesis. Nine interrelated essays explore the biblical writers' pervasive concern for the care of arable land against the background of the...
  3. 01-01-1987 This volume on sesbania, a member of the legume family, brings together research and combines it with previous studies and an extensive review of the literature. Sesbania occurs both in annual and perennial forms in tropical an subtropical regions and is adaptable in a wide variety of soil...
  4. Great for a relatively brief yet comprehensive description and discussion of the Columbian Exchange. Concise and particularly good for the teacher or student that wants to have a thorough understanding of the development and biological and human impacts of this historical turning point.
  5. Deals with improving grain storage conditions as well as post-harvest pest control techniques in El Salvador. 33 pages (2 Copies)
  6. 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...
  7. 01-01-2003 This binder contains reference materials for green manure/cover crops, practices of agroforestry, salt, dryland farming, nutrition and ECHO help.
  8. Focuses on small-scale energy technologies, not based on conventional fuels that are candidates for rural and village use in developing countries. The technologies that this book presents are capable of improving the quality of rural and village life in situations where conventional fuels and...
  9. 01-07-1991 This paper describes, through a case study, how the On-Farm Seed Project in Senegal has used farmer participatory research to improve resource-poor farmers' production of rice seed and food grain. Though the example is specific, the principles it illustrates -- for conducting research and for...
  10. 01-09-1989 The intent of this book is to create better vegetable gardening practices, not only in Haiti but in other places with hot climates. 49 pages, illustrated.