Edited By: W De Boef, K Amanor and K Wellard
206 pages, Tabs, figs
The international debate on biodiversity has resulted in renewed interest in role of farmers and local communities in the management of natural resources and crop genetic diversity. In recent years it has become apparent that local crop diversity in the South is threatened by the promotion of modern varieties promising higher yields. This book reflects new approaches and concepts in the field of conservation and the development of local crops.
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