Climate & Agriculture — DR Congo — Our Africa
Climate & Agriculture Variety of crops. A wide range of crops are grown across Cameroon, both for domestic consumption and the export market, where cocoa beans are ...
Fruit Crops | a survey of the taxonomy and culture of the ...
Information on major and minor fruit and nut crops from a University of Georgia horticulture professor. Provides a botanical description, historical information ...
Congo Watermelon | Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
To date, this is the best tasting watermelon I have had or grown. To date, this is the sweetest watermelon I have had or grown. They grow to a surprising size for ...
???en.cropcalendar??? - Food and Agriculture Organization
The Crop Calendar is a tool that provides timely information about seeds to promote local crop production. It contains information on planting, sowing and harvesting ...
Field crops plant nutrition recommendations - Haifa Group
Haifa offers crop nutrition recommendations for various field crops: maize, corn, cotton, rice and more, to address all crop growth management conditions
Yam production in Nigeria - Wikipedia
Yam is grown on free draining, sandy and fertile soil, after clearing the first fallow. Land is prepared in the form of mound or ridge or heap of 1 metre (3 ft 3 in ...
Agriculture in Madagascar - Wikipedia
Traditional agriculture. Traditional farming methods vary from one ethnic group or location to another, according to population density, climate, water supply.
Food & Daily life — DR Congo — Our Africa
Daily life is a struggle for many people in DR Congo, where years of instability have left many households unable to grow enough food or earn enough to feed their ...
Cotton Farming | WWF
Cotton farming: About 20 million tons of cotton are produced each year in around 90 countries. China, United States, India, Pakistan, Uzbekistan and West Africa ...
Farming: Genetic erosion | WWF
The replacement of traditional and local crops and farm animals with more genetically uniform, modern varieties has caused the genetic erosion of crops and livestock ...