Food is a central obsession in all cultures, the media, and society. Our future supply of food is filled with risk, and history tells us that lack of food leads to war. Julian Cribb describes a new food system capable of meeting our global needs on this hot and overcrowded planet.
The book reviews the published work on the occurance, distribution, fate, effect, and environmental impact of specific classes of compounds. Essential background information emphasizing practical aspects of various methods with respect to advantages and disadvantages of the published methods is also discussed.
Filled with plenty of techniques for small-space and container gardening, The Beginner's Guide to Growing Marijuana will help you master the art of growing cannabis--no matter how small your space or budget!
If you are concerned about the health of our planet then turn your attention to what lies under your feet. In the soil below are creatures at work that play a pivotal role in producing the food we eat and impacting the quality of our food crops.
Featuring 40 chapters written by leading experts, this textbook covers a broad range of topics in integrated pest management, focused primarily on theory and concepts. It is complemented by two award winning websites, which emphasize specific IPM tactics, their application, and IPM case studies: Radcliffe's IPM World Textbook (http://ipmworld.umn.edu) and VegEdge (www.vegedge.umn.edu).
Bats in roofs has been compiled by the Bat Interest Group of KwaZulu-Natal as a practical guide to assist householders and pest controllers to live harmoniously with bats, identifying various species of bat that may occur around buildings, and dealing with bat nuisance problems in an effective and bat-friendly, non-chemical manner.
This book covers pest and disease damage, causative agents, and methods of combatting them and also covers protection against larger animals and wind.The examples are illustrated stories presented as strip cartoons for extension staff or teachers to show and hand out to farmers and students.
Focusing on the application of biotechnology to agricultural development, this work begins with a farmer's view, assesses farmer-based and science-based technology, and then looks at the socio-political context.