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CTA. 1996. Mailbox 03. Spore 66. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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MailboxWe are publishing on our 'Mailbox' page extracts of letters sent to the editorial team at CTA. These letters have been selectedfor their potential interest to other readers of Spore. We shall also be publishing correspondence arising from...
We are publishing on our 'Mailbox' page extracts of letters sent to the editorial team at CTA. These letters have been selected for their potential interest to other readers of Spore. We shall also be publishing correspondence arising from CTA's Question and Answer Service. Readers are therefore invited to send us further information on subjects covered in Spore. Spore would also be pleased to receive short articles and news items on agriculture and rural development in ACP countries; these will be considered for publication in our 'In Brief' pages. Finally, under the heading 'Viewpoint' we will continue to publish personal opinions on the subject of agricultural development in general. Please send your correspondence to Spore at CTA in the Netherlands (see back page for our address) and please note that we are unable to return manuscripts. dams on these streams for the development of irrigated agriculture has made all these efforts valueless, and the situation of trout fishery that has already started to deteriorate by the unproper action of some people has highly been exacerbated. Without the conservation and development of capture fishery being the top priority, to plan or perform any development work of fish farming will be of no value. '
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- CTA Spore (English)