ISSN: 0041-3216

ISSN: 0041-3216 (Online), 0041-3216 (Print)

Volume 98, Number 3. Special Issue In Commemoration of 100 Years of Agricultural Legacy Through Teaching, Research and Innovation

  • Foreword

  • Foreword

    Frank Bruce Lauckner

  • Research Papers

  • Trinidad cacao

    R.W. Dunlop

  • Biological control: the principles of biological control

    J. G. Myers

  • Witch Broom control. A new aspect of Witch Broom control in Trinidad


  • Studies in West Indian soils

    F. Hardy

  • Progress in contributing seedlings of colonies released by the British West Indies Central Sugar Cane Breeding Station

    A.E.S. McIntosh

  • Banana research at ICTA

    E.E. Cheesman

  • Red ring disease of coconuts in Trinidad and Tobago

    E.E. Martyn

  • Mango propagation by a “T” graft method

    I. Hosein

  • Soil surveys and their application in tropical agriculture

    J.K. Coulter

  • Two tick-borne diseases affecting exotic cattle imported into Trinidad


  • Studies in composite flours I – the use of sweet potato flour bread and pastry making

    G.M. Sammy

  • The impact of plant breeding on sugar cane yields in Barbados

    N.W. Simmonds

  • Modern systems of fruit growing and their application for the improvement of tropical fruit products


  • Agronomic research on cocoa in Jamaica 1950 – 1980 and current research trends


  • The contribution of genotype of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) flavour

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  • The impact of farming systems extension on Caribbean small-farm agriculture: The case of St Kitts and St Vincent

    S. Barker

  • Small farmers’ production constraints and implications for agricultural diversification in the Caribbean

    S. Barker

  • Soil texture, mineralogy, and organic matter effects on structural stability and soil loss of selected Trinidad soils after rainfall

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  • Development of a grafting protocol for the commercial propagation of three West Indian breadfruit cultivars

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  • Successful manipulation of the growth cycle of yam (Dioscorea spp.) for year-round production for food security and climate change

    L. Wickham