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By: Catherine Ragasa, Debdatta Sengupta, Martha Osorio, Nora Ourabahhaddad, Kirsten Mathieson - IFPRI, GFAR, FAO
English

This paper reviews and integrates findings from existing empirical studies and case studies received from 35 organizations in various countries to identify demand- and supply-side constraints and opportunities in access, adoption and impact of agricultural technolog

By: OECD/FAO
English

OECD and FAO have developed this guidance to help enterprises observe standards of responsible business conduct and undertake due diligence along agricultural supply chains in order to ensure that their operations contribute to sustainable development.

By: TTGSS (Trinidad and Tobago Goat and Sheep Society); IICA - IICA, TTGSS
English
Moringa is a multipurpose tropical tree. It is mainly used for food and has numerous industrial, medicinal and agricultural uses, including animal feeding. It is very nutritious, fast-growing, drought-tolerant, adapted to our local conditions and can be seen growing wild throughout.
By: TTGSS (Trinidad and Tobago Goat and Sheep Society); IICA - IICA, TTGSS
English
Mulberry leaves have been the traditional feed for the silk worm. Mulberry is a fast-growing deciduous woody perennial plant. The form of the tree can vary from pyramidal to drooping. Mulberry is an excellent forage for both ruminant animals and monogastric animals in its young shrub stage.
By: TTGSS (Trinidad and Tobago Goat and Sheep Society); IICA - IICA, TTGSS
English

Gliricidia is one of the major tropical forage trees due to its high nutritive value, fast growing capacity and its ability to adapt to a variety of conditions. It is a perennial, medium-sized (1 to15 m high) legume tree. Imparipinnate; leaflets are ovate, 2-7 cm long x 1-3 cm broad.

By: Faver Álvarez-Carrillo, Jairo Rojas-Molina, Juan Carlos Suárez-Salazar
Spanish

El impacto de los esquemas de fertilización orgánica sobre el crecimiento y la producción de cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) bajo sistemas agroforestales (SAF) se han estudiado poco.