Uses of Sorghum and Millets
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CTA. 1989. Uses of Sorghum and Millets. Spore 19. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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This is a summary of the proceedings of an International Workshop on policy' practice and potential relating to uses of sorghum and millet held at Bulawayo, Zimbabwe February 8-12 1988 The Workshop was part of the SADCC / ICRISAT Sorghum and Millet...
<Uses of Sorghum and Millets>,. This is a summary of the proceedings of an International Workshop on policy' practice and potential relating to uses of sorghum and millet held at Bulawayo, Zimbabwe February 8-12 1988 The Workshop was part of the SADCC / ICRISAT Sorghum and Millet Improvement Programme and its main purpose was to explore opportunities for expanding utilization of these two crops. FuH proceedings will be published at a later date but meanwhile the Summary Proceedings are available from: SADCC//CR/SAT Sorghum and Millet Improvement programme P Box 775 Bulawayo ZIMBABWE <<Coordinated Research on Groundnut Rosette Virus>>. Summary of proceedings of the Consultative Group Meeting to discuss collaborative research on groundnut rosette virus disease held at Lilongwe, Malawi, March 8-101987. Available from ICPISAT Patencheru P O Andhra Pradesh 502324 INDIA Traditional food plants,,. This is a resource book for promoting the exploitation and consumption of food plants in arid semi-arid and sub-humid lands of Eastern Africa. It lists and describes a selection of 110 plant species which are used as food in Africa, with the objective of extending their potential nutritional benefits The selection was made by an FAO working group on the basis of the following criteria: potential contribution to food supply during the hungry season; equency of use; potential for further development; and their potential nutritional contribution to the diet in terms of energy, protein, vitamins and minerals. Two other selection factors are relevant to women and their role in promoting traditional food phnts: ease and suitability of smallscale cultivation, and income generating potential. FAO 1988 ISBN 92-5-102557-0 Available from FAO Via de/le TermediCaracalla 00100 Rome ITALY
SubjectsAGRICULTURE - GENERAL;
- CTA Spore (English)