Useful publications 
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CTA. 1997. Useful publications . Spore 70. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Postharvest systems: the newsletter for postharvest development in Africa
IPALAC newsletter is produced by the International Program for Arid Land Crops, whose goal is to promote the use of plant species that are adapted to semi-arid lands for rural development in the world's dry lands. The January 1997 issue of the newsletter reports on workshops held on domestication of plants for arid lands, on collaborative technology development of improved diguettes and on future activities and publications of interest. IPALAC newsletter, IPALAC, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev POB 653, Beer Sheva, ISRAEL 74125 Email: IPALAC@bgumail.bgu.ac.il Postharvest systems: the newsletter for postharvest development in Africa. This newsletter is a collaborative effort between IITO and GTZ to promote and exchange ideas on post harvest research, technology development, training and commercial enterprise activities in Africa. Issue 1 provides detailed information on new equipment for cassava processing, assesses the value of grain banks and outlines future research priorities. There is a news and views section, which debates ideas and strategies and provides recent articles from the press on new commercial innovations. A notice board section provides information on conferences, courses and sources of information. Organizations, research institutes, projects and companies involved in postharvest work are invited to contribute to this newsletter. S. Ferris, Editor, Post harvest Systems, IITA, PMB, Ibadan, Oyo State, NIGERIA Email: IITO-Uganda@imul.com Dairy outlook, produced by the Commodity and Trade Division of FAO, is an Email newsletter whose aim is to disseminate and exchange information on the world dairy economy. Users are invited to enhance the scope of the information provided by supplying articles, publications, statistical reports, newspaper clippings etc. on the dairy sector in their own countries or regions. Contributions can be sent via Email to: Dairy-Outlook-L@mailserv.fao.org or by post to: Michael Griffin, Commodity Specialist, Commodities and Trade Division, FAO, Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00100 Rome, ITALY Seed catalogue international 1997 is produced by the National Tree Seed Programme of Tanzania. The catalogue contains information on 465 different products (seed sources and present seed lots). Copies of the catalogue, newsletter and seed order form can be obtained from: National Tree Seed Programme, PO Box 373, Morogoro, TANZANIA Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SubjectsMARKETING AND TRADE;
- CTA Spore (English)