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Issue Title
 
Volume 38 Number 1 The Chemical Defoliation and Desiccation of Tropical Woody Plants Details
W.A. Brun, H.J. Cruzado, T.J. Muzik
 
Volume 3 Number 10 THE CHEMIST AND TROPICAL AGRICULTURE Details
T. A. Henry
 
Volume 41 Number 2 The Choice of Measures for Increasing Agricultural Productivity: A Survey of Possibilities in East Africa Details
Bruce F. Johnston
 
Volume 10 Number 11 THE CLASSIFICATION OF GROUNDNUT VARIETIES. With a Preliminary Note on the Inheritance of some Characters Details
T. R. Hayes
 
Volume 18 Number 3 THE COLLEGE PERMANENT MANURIAL EXPERIMENT Details
R. Cecil Wood, F. Hardy
 
Volume 22 Number 7 THE COLLEGE PERMANENT MANURIAL EXPERIMENT-Continued Details
F. Hardy, L.J.C. Evans
 
Volume 54 Number 4 The Colombian vegetable oil programme Abstract
N.B. Ridler
 
Volume 76 Number 4 The common weed Macroptilium lathyroides is not a source of crop-infecting geminiviruses from Jamaica. (256) Abstract
M.E. Roye, W.A. McLaughlin, J.D. Spence, D.P. Maxwell
 
Volume 41 Number 2 The Comparative Distribution of Dye in Healthy and Red-ring Infected Coconut Palms Details
L.C. Goberdhan
 
Volume 15 Number 9 THE COMPARISON OF FOUR SUGAR-CANE VARIETIES IN TRINIDAD Details
D. D. Paterson, D. M. Hanschell
 
Volume 35 Number 2 The Composition and Digestibility of Some Conserved Fodder Crops for Dry Season Feeding in Ghana PART I - NATURAL GRASSLAND HAY Details
T.J. Lansbury
 
Volume 35 Number 2 The Composition and Digestibility of Some Conserved Fodder Crops for Dry Season Feeding in Ghana PART I - NATURAL GRASSLAND HAY Details
T.J. Lansbury
 
Volume 35 Number 4 The Composition and Digestibility of Some Conserved Fodder Crops for Dry Season Feeding in Ghana PART IA. RICE STRAW Details
T.J. Lansbury
 
Volume 36 Number 1 The Composition and Digestibility of Some Conserved Fodder Crops for Dry Season Feeding in Ghana PART II. SILAGE Details
T.J. Lansbury
 
Volume 36 Number 4 The Composition and Digestibility of Some Conserved Fodder Crops for Dry Season Feeding in Ghana PART III. FODDERS FOR IRRIGATION Details
T.J. Lansbury
 
Volume 10 Number 5 THE COMPOSITION OF, AND NUTRIENT UPTAKE BY THE BANANA PLANT, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE CANARIES Details
A. F. Baillon, E. Holmes, A. H. Lewis
 
Volume 40 Number 4 The Composition of Manures Produced in Open and Covered Kholas in Nyasaland Details
R.A. Wood
 
Volume 85 Number 1 The Continuing Saga of the EU Banana Debate: An Analysis of Possible Refinements to the 2006 EU Banana Trade Regime. (98) Abstract
Thomas H. Spreen, Edward A. Evans, Sikavas NaLampang, Dawn N. Corrie-Kordas
 
Volume 71 Number 4 The contribution of genotype of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) flavour Abstract
John Clapperton, Stephen Yow, Joe Chan, David Lim, Rob Lockwood, Lee Romanczyk, John Hamerstone
 
Volume 98, Number 3. Special Issue In Commemoration of 100 Years of Agricultural Legacy Through Teaching, Research and Innovation The contribution of genotype of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) flavour Abstract   PDF
J. Clapperton, S. Yow, J. Chan, D. Lim, R. Lockwood, L. Romanczyk, J. Hamerstone
 
Volume 92 Number 2 The contribution of small scale poultry farming to poverty reduction in oyun and offa local government areas of Kwara State, Nigeria. (162) Abstract
J. A Akangbe, O. A Awotoye, S.E Komolafe, B.O Ajibola
 
Volume 21 Number 11 THE CONTRIBUTIONS MADE BY SUGAR-CANE ROOT TO SOIL ORGANIC MATTER (With particular reference to Trinidad and Barbados) Details
F. Hardy
 
Volume 36 Number 1 The Control of Cacao Swollen Shoot Disease in Nigeria Details
J.M. Thresh
 
Volume 55 Number 2 The control of environmental variation in some West Indian maize experiments Abstract
S.C. Pearce
 
Volume 14 Number 1 THE CONTROL OF FROGHOPPER BLIGHT Details
Alan Pickles
 
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