A `grassroots' project takes forage to the hills

Goldie, Nick
December 1995
Ecos;Summer95/96, Issue 86, p10
Reports on the agricultural aid projects sponsored by Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT) in Southeast Asia. Identification of grasses and legumes suitable for growing on hill farms with acid soils; Criteria used in selecting forage species; Description of the program; Program as a grassroot approach in solving farm productivity in the region.


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