Report of a Workshop on Integrating Pastures, Fodders, and Cereal Crops as Refugia for Stem Borers in the Farming Systems of the Humid Coastal Kenya: 26-29 July 2004
M. Mulaa, Mugo, S.N. , Muli, B. , Poland, D.
CIMMYT, Jan 1, 2005 - Field crops - 64 pages
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