Wheat in tropical environments
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CTA. 1992. Wheat in tropical environments. Spore 38. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza management by Ewald Sieverding 1991 371pp lSBN 3 88085 462 9 pbk GTZ, Postfach 5180 6236 Eschborn 1, GERMANY
Ethiopia is the largest wheat producer in sub-Saharan Africa with about three-quarters of a million hectares of durum and bread wheat. It is one of the major cereal crops in the Ethiopian highlands produced at present solely under rainfed conditions. Wheat research in Ethiopia CIMMYT book which covers wheat production anti research In Ethiopia. Although agricultural research in Ethiopia has been carried out for lo&rely 30 years, much has beenn accomplished in this time. This book deals with 16 disciplinary topics from wheat production and research to insect and rodent control and the utilization of wheat straw. Another new CIMMYT publication is Wheat for the nontraditional warm areas, which derives from the papers presented at the International Conference on Wheat for the Nontraditional Warm Areas, held in Brazil in August 1990. Wheat research in Ethiopia: a historical perspective edited by Hailu Gebre-Mariam, Douglas Tanner and Mengistu Hulluka 1991 392pp ISBN 968 6127 57 7 pbk Published by the Institute of Agricultural Research PO Box 2003, Addis Ababa ETHIOPIA Wheat for the nontraditional warm areas edited by D A Saunders 1991 549pp ISBN 968 6127 46 1 pbk CIMMYT, Lisboa 27 Apdo Postal 6-641 06600 MEXICO
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)