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In order to facilitate and simplify the use of Agriventure, - INPhO's software for the financial feasibility analysis of agro-industrial investment projects, it was considered helpful to provide its users with a database containing a number of technical coefficients of selected projects, so that they can utilize them to estimate [...]
Document      2005      FAO - Carlos Arthur Barbosa da Silva; Ronaldo Perez; João Francisco de Almeida Jr.; José Carlos de Paiva Priante; Marcello Annes de Araújo; Simone Monteiro e Silva; Michelle Oliveira; José Venâncio Machado      (Anglais)      Download document
This guide is a broad introduction to generic post-harvest operations, which are often the limiting factors in the establishment of a profitable production enterprise based around herbs, spices and essential oils in developing countries. It is not intended to replace specialist and specific crop advice in production and post harvest [...]
Publication      2005      FAO - M Douglas, J Heyes and B Smallfield      (Anglais)      Download document
A collection of technical articles on almonds
      2005      Nucis (Health & Tree Nuts) Foundation      (Anglais)      Download document
Una coleccion de articulos tecnicos sobre almendra
      2005      Nucis (Health & Tree Nuts) Foundation      (Espagnol)      Download document
Reference inventory that showcases equipment currently being used for cottage-level processing of silk. It is intended as a resource for anyone interested in promoting the development of raw silk handcraft cottage industries. The beneficiaries may be cocoon producers themselves who choose to reserve some or all of their production for home processing or [...]
Brochure      2005      FAO      (Anglais)      Download document