Publicaciones de la FAO

This issue features a special section on pulses. Food Outlook is published by the Trade and Market Division of FAO under Global Information and Early Warning System (GIEWS). It is a biannual publication focusing on developments affecting global food and feed markets.
This study on plant breeding and seed systems for rice, vegetables, maize and pulses in Bangladesh is an input to a six-country study of plant breeding and seed systems. Studies on three countries in sub-Saharan Africa (Ghana, Malawi and Kenya), two in Asia (Bangladesh and Thailand) and one in Latin...
Grasslands are one of the most important ecosystems and forms of land use in the world. They are crucial for food production and deliver ecosystem services. However, particularly when used for livestock production, they are also a significant source of pollution including the greenhouse gases methane and nitrous oxide. Energy...
Grasslands cover about 70% of the world’s agricultural area. They have a crucial role in terms of food production and in the delivery of ecosystem services such as water supplies, biodiversity and carbon sequestration. The grasslands of the world face a range of challenges from climate change including the effects...
The present work provides information related to cowpea crops and mostly on cowpea postharvest operation in developing countries. It is intended to be a reference for rural zones of West and Central Africa and East Asia where cowpea is widely grown. In South America, Brazil is the only country growing...
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