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  • Promising African plants

    Promising African plants

    This full-colour publication highlights 25 promising African plants, a selection from 10 years PROTA programme.    They include vegetables (e.g. spider plant, roselle, African eggplant), cereals and pulses (e.g. African rice, tef, bambara groundnut), dyes and tannins (e.g. dye-sorghum, n’galama, turmeric), vegetable oils (e.g. Allanblackia, shea butter tree), timbers (e.g. alstonia, moabi, African whitewood) and medicinal plants (e.g. endod, ...

  • PROTA 1: Cereals and Pulses (English) - Print only

    PROTA 1: Cereals and Pulses (English) - Print only

    PROTA 1 deals with the cereals, pseudo-cereals and pulses of Tropical Africa. 82 'primary use' cereals and pulses are described in 73 review articles. Many of the articles are illustrated with a geographic distribution map and a line drawing of the habit.

  • PROTA 1: Cereals and Pulses (English) Print + CD Rom

    PROTA 1: Cereals and Pulses (English) Print + CD Rom

    PROTA 1 deals with the cereals, pseudo-cereals and pulses of Tropical Africa. 82 'primary use' cereals and pulses are described in 73 review articles. Many of the articles are illustrated with a geographic distribution map and a line drawing of the habit.The accompanying CD-ROM allows for easy searching through the texts and contains in addition numerous photographs.

  • Triticale improvement and production (English)

    Triticale improvement and production (English)

    Series: FAO Plant Production and Protection PapersTriticale, the first successful human-made cereal grain, was deliberately produced in 1875 by crossing wheat with rye. Since then, the evolution of this crop has been the topic of keen interest for many plant scientists. This book presents updated information on various aspects of triticale production, improvement, uses and marketing strategies in the world. It also includes 13 country r

  • Review of basic food policies 2002 (+CD-ROM) (En)

    Review of basic food policies 2002 (+CD-ROM) (En)

    The aim of the "Review of basic food policies' is to present, in one volume, major changes in national and international policies relevant to basic food commodities. This issue covers developments implemented in 2001-2002 in production, consumption, marketing and trade policies for cereals, oilcrops and livestock products. A fully searchable Market Access Browser is provided in the enclosed CD-ROM.

  • Bread wheat: improvement and production (En)

    Bread wheat: improvement and production (En)

    Series: FAO Plant Production and Protection SeriesWheat is the most widely grown cereal crop in the world, with an ever increasing demand. It plays a fundamental role in food security, and a major challenge is to meet the additional requirements with new cultivars and improved cropping technologies. This book provides extensive information from a number of international experts on the current status of research on wheat improvement and

  • Fermented cereals. A global perspective (En )

    Fermented cereals. A global perspective (En )

    Series: FAO Agricultural Services BulletinsThis bulletin reviews the fermentation of cereals to produce alcoholic beverages, vinegar, breads and porridges in the various regions of the world. It documents information on traditional fermentation technologies, and on potential areas for the development and improvement of small-scale food fermentations in the developing world.

  • Integrating biological control and host plant resistance

    Integrating biological control and host plant resistance

    Seminar summary report, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 1995This publication features the working group reports presented at the seminar on thematic, regional (Southern Africa, Eastern Africa, and West and Central Africa) and crop-centred (cowpea, cotton, coffee and cereals) issues. The report also contains a summary of the recommendations made by seminar participants.

  • Integrating biological control and host plant resistance / Intégration de la résistance des plantes et de la lutte biologique

    Integrating biological control and host plant resistance / Intégration de la résistance des plantes et de la lutte biologique

    Seminar proceedings, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 1995 / Actes d'un séminaire, Addis Abeba (Ethiopie), 1995The proceedings contain 38 seminar papers, working group reports, regional reports on West, Central, Eastern and Southern Africa, and crop reports on cowpea, coffee, cotton and cereals, in their original language (English or French). / Cet ouvrage comporte 38 articles, rapports de groupes de travail, rapports régionaux sur l'Afrique occi

  • Sweetness from starch. A manual for making maltose from starch (En )

    Sweetness from starch. A manual for making maltose from starch (En )

    ''Sweetness from Starch'' describes methods adapted from those used in many cottage factories in Vietnam for making maltose syrup from cassava starch, using the enzymes in cereal seedlings. This technology produces a syrup containing about 60% maltose, 25% glucose and 15% of other sugars. Maltose is a type of sugar. As a sweetener, it can be used to replace all or part of the sugar used in making ice-creams, biscuits, jams, bread, infant foods ...

  • Cereals - vol 15 (En)

    Cereals - vol 15 (En)

    Series: Better Farming SeriesInitially published by arrangement with INADES, Institut africain pour le développement économique et social, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, the Better Farming Series booklets are designed as handbooks for intermediate-level agricultural education and training courses. They may be purchased as a set (45 booklets) or singly.