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Wheat Production Constraints in Tropical Environments
(CIMMYT; UNDP, 1988)
This proceedings includes papers delivered at the Conference on Wheat Production Constraints in; Tropical Environments held at Chiang Mai, Thailand, in January 1987. Contibuted papers; describe and analyze the range of ...
New wheat varieties and the small farmer
The distribution of the benefits of new agricultural technologies is the subject of continuing controversy, especially following the widespread adoption of new wheat and rice varieties in developing countries over the last ...
Potential technology and research needs for rainfed maize production in drought prone environments of Southern Africa
In southern Africa, semi-arid areas (here simply defined as areas with less than 700 mm but more than 350 mm of rainfall per annum) can be found from around 100 m to over 1,400 m above sea level. The semi-arid areas most ...
Targeting recommendations for small farmers: the role of economic factors in Zimbabwe and Swaziland
Natural conditions and major resource differences such as farm size are commonly used in on-farm research to define homogeneous 'recommendation domains' within which new technologies are tested. Successful trial results ...
Wheat diseases and pests: a guide for field identification