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A case study published in the 2010 Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education by professors at Washington State University studies the challenges one organization faced in maintaining an urban market garden.
With a major famine unfolding in Niger and other countries of West Africa's dry Sahelian region, an agricultural scientist speaking here today at the African Green Revolution Forum announced new progress in disseminating an innovative system for irrigated vegetable productionâ€”a valuable option in a region that is highly dependent on subsistence rainfed cropping.
The final assault of an especially wet and dismal winter appears to be on the nation's dinner plates and pockets.
ABSTRACT This paper seeks to explain variations in gender participation in farm production and decision-making through an analysis of organic farm types, sizes, and orientations.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.