Edited By: O Voysest and A van Schoonhaven
900 pages, 20pp of colour photos
Written primarily by CIAT scientists, this book shows that common beans have a diverse agronomic potential, both for large scale production and for farmers with more limited resources in Africa and South America. The major emphasis is on the quest for improved production through breeding and changing agronomic practices.
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