Sustainable Food Production in Sub-Saharan Africa: IITA's contributions
IITA, 1992 - 195 pages
This publication commemorates the 25th anniversary of IITA (Institute of tropical agriculture) founding. It consists of five chapters. First the history of the institute is described. In chapter 2 farming systems in sub-Saharan Africa with their generally fragile resource base and the emergence of a new research strategy is summarized. Chapters 3 and 4 deal with the improvement and plant health of various crops. In chapter 5 the research planning for the different regions is discussed
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