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CTA. 2003. Under cover. Spore 104. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Growing crops in greenhouses can increase off-season availability of vegetables and improve product quality through better control against damage from pests and weather.
Growing crops in greenhouses can increase off-season availability of vegetables and improve product quality through better control against damage from pests and weather. However, greenhouse cultivation is a labour- and time-intensive way of farming, and requires considerable financial investment. A group of NGOs in Dominica, having joined forces to encourage diversification of the island's agriculture, set out to promote greenhouse cultivation. With support from CTA, they published a practical manual on growing crops in greenhouses, covering all the steps, from construction to marketing the yields. A booklet which will also be useful for neighbouring islands. Greenhouse Manual For Small Farmers NGO Agriculture Diversification Project, 2002. 52 pp. 2002. US$ 12 / 11.30 J Foye NGO-ADP PO Box 268 Dominica Fax: +1 767 448 23 08 Email: email@example.com
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)