African Orphan Crops Consortium – Healthy Africa through ...
Nutrition. Nutrition is at the core of AOCC. The consortium is working to address hidden hunger, malnutrition and stunting in Africa through nutritious local food crops.
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 ...
New Agriculturist: Country profile - Democratic Republic ...
Country: Democratic Republic of Congo; Capital: Kinshasa; Area: 2,345,410 sq km; Population: 66,514,504 (July 2008 est.) Population growth rate: 3.2% (2008 est.)
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 ...
Papaya - Carica papaya | Fruit Crops
PAPAYA TAXONOMY. Papaya belongs to a small family of only 4 genera and 27-30 species, the Caricaceae (some estimate up to 71 species). Cultivars
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 ...
The Next Green Revolution - National Geographic
The Next Green Revolution. By Tim Folger. Photographs by Craig Cutler. Modern supercrops will be a big help. But agriculture can’t be fixed by biotech alone.