Proceedings of a Seminar on Crop Protection for Resource-Poor Farmers
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Published by Hyperion Books .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Agriculture - General,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages167
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11656955M
ISBN 100859543218
ISBN 109780859543217

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Rainfall variability and rubber production in Nigeria. protection for resource poor farmers UK: Proceedings of a National Seminar on Revolutionizing Nigeria's Cocoa Industry, University of. book Ltd, Ibadan. Buddenhagen IW, Gibson RW, Sweetmore A (). Better cultivars poor farmers. In: Proceedingsof the seminar on crop protection for resource poor farmers UK: The Netherlands NRI. Cooper PJM, Dimes J, Rao KPC, Shapiro B, Shiferaw B, Twomlow S (). Coping better with current climatic variability in the rain-fed.   Catastrophe and culturethe anthropology of disaster. In School of american research advanced seminar series (No. C3). In article [20] Bentley, J. W. (). The Epistemology of Plant Protection: Honduran Campesino Knowledge of Pests and Natural Enemies. In Proceedings of a Seminar on Crop Production for Resource-Poor Farmers. by: 1. Bentley, J.W. b. The epistemology of plant protection: Honduran campesino knowledge of pests and natural enemies. In: Gibson, R.W. and Sweetmore, A. (eds), Proceedings of a Seminar on Crop Protection for Resource Poor Farmers, (Copenhagen: Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation/Natural Resources Institute,) pp. –Cited by:

  This nicely written book focuses on the production of food mainly by resource-poor farmers in the South. “Central to the approach of this book is the conviction that there is a pattern of agriculture and a wider economic order that can and will provide food for all.”. The proceedings will be published in a special issue of an internationally refereed journal e.g., Biopesticides International or Crop Protection for which the project leader is the Regional Editor (Europe) and on the Editorial Board. This will help to reinforce the importance of high quality in research methods design, data collection. Crop Protection Programme (CPP) and the Crop Post-Harvest Programme (CPHP) and focussed on cassava Manihot esculent(a), sweet potato Ipomoea batatus() and yam Dioscorea(spp.) in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Size: KB. The proceedings of the workshop organised by FAO and other sponsors, include papers on various species of African vegetables. The paper (See pages ) is on good agricultural practices of.

Traditional and modern crop protection in perspective. Bioscience 28 (2): Watson []Greta A. Watson, Mahrita Willis. Farmers’ local and traditional rice crop protection techniques: Some examples from coastal swamplands, Kalimantan, Indonesia. IARD Journal 7: 1 & 2: Farming Systems Research January - December TITLE: Farming Systems Research AUTHOR: Jane Gates Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library PUBLICATION DATE: February SERIES: QB NAL Call no.: aZN3 no CONTACT: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library Room , . Despite unprecedented rates of economic growth, food insecurity remains a major challenge for many countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Although the output of food grains and other agricultural commodities in many of these predominantly agricultural countries recorded impressive gains, the incomes of small and marginal farmers failed to improve to desired levels. A number of low-cost approaches already exist to address the problems of soil fertility, water management, and plant protection in a sustainable manner but have yet to be exploited for conditions experienced by small farmers. One of the most promising of these innovations is .