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Légumineuses sèches

Les légumineuses sont des plantes annuelles dont les cosses produisent entre 1 et 12 graines ou semences de taille, de forme et de couleur variables et qui sont utilisées dans l’alimentaion humaine et l’alimentation animale. Le terme «légumineuses» désigne uniquement les plantes récoltées pour l’obtention de grains secs.

Main Findings of the Study "Pulses: past trends and future prospects".
This article summarizes the main findings of a paper contributed by FAO to the 4th International Food Legumes Research Conference (IFLRC-IV) held in New Delhi, India, on 18-22 October 2005. The theme of the conference was "Food Legumes for Nutritional Security and Sustainable Agriculture".

Presentation: "Global Pulse Markets: situation and outlook"
The International Pulse Trade and Industry Confederation (CICILS-IPTIC) World Convention, Cairo, Egypt, 1-2 June 2005.

Presentation: "The Global Pulse Markets: recent trends and outlook"
The International Pulse Trade and Industry Confederation (CICILS-IPTIC) 2004 Convention, Beijing, China, 10-12 June 2004.

Presentation: "Trade Liberalization and Pulse Markets"
The International Pulse Trade and Industry Confederation (CICILS-IPTIC) 2003 Convention, Melbourne, Australia, 29 April-2 May 2003.