1. 1990-01-01 Proceedings of a workshop held at Islamabad, Pakistan, 24-29 September 1990. This Publication contains important information on vegetable production, problems, research accomplishment, research needs and future directions for South Asian Countries. Together with the special topic papers, this...
  2. 2003-01-01 After intensive and well-focused research in the first two years of the project, a cost-effective IPM strategy was developed that was successfully tested in pilot project trials during Year 3 on farmers' fields to demonstrate the utility of the approach.
  3. 2006-01-01 This bulletin reports on a research and development project funded by the Department for International Development of the United Kingdom was launched to develop a sustainable integrated pest management strategy that is simple, economical, and effective in reducing damage with minimal use of...
  4. 1997-01-01 This book had its origins in a research project at the Oxford Forestry Institute that was initiated in order to establish a better understanding of how tree management contributes to the strategies of farmers as they respond to pressures to adapt their use of land and other resources to changing...
  5. The UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia decided in 1996 to invite several academics and practitioners from the region to contribute state-of-the art reviews of various aspects of the malnutrition problem in South Asia. Terms of reference were broadly divided into three parts: A regional...
  6. This report presents a collection of papers discussed at the 24th Session of the United Nations Sub-Committee on Nutrition, held in March 1997 Kathmandu. The Symposium presenters and discussants traced the origins of child malnutrition to low birth weight, maternal deprivation and discrimination...
  7. Neem is a very important tree species widely planted in the Sahel region of West Africa, where it is used for firewood windbreaks, greenbelts, and as amenity plantings in cities, towns, and villages.
  8. 2015-01-01 This book presents South Asia as a case study, due to the high soil erosion caused by monsoon rainfall and geophysical conditions in the region, which necessitate conservation agriculture approaches, and the high percentage of people in South Asia relying on subsistence and traditional farming....