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More Water for Arid Lands. 1974. 149 p.

Underexploited Tropical Plants with Promising Economic Value. 1975. 184 p.

Making Aquatic Weeds Useful. 1976. 169 p.

Guayule: An Alternative Source of Natural Rubber. 1977. 77 p.

Tropical Legumes. 1979. 326 p.

Firewood Crops: Shrub and Tree Species for Energy Production. 1980. 236 p.

Water Buffalo: New Prospects for an Underutilized Animal. 1981. 111 p.

The Winged Bean: A High-Protein Crop for the Humid Tropics. 1981. 41 p.

Producer Gas: Another Fuel for Motor Transport. 1983. 95 p.

Mangium and Other Fast-Growing Acacias. 1983. 56 p.

Calliandra: A Versatile Tree for the Humid Tropics. 1983. 45 p.

Butterfly Farming in Papua New Guinea. 1983. 33 p.

Crocodiles as a Resource for the Tropics. 1983. 52 p.

Little-Known Asian Animals With Promising Economic Future. 1983. 125 p.

Firewood Crops: Shrub and Tree Species for Energy Production, Volume 2. 1983. 103 p.

Casuarinas: Nitrogen-Fixing Trees for Adverse Sites. 1984. 112 p.

Amaranth: Modern Prospects for an Ancient Crop. 1984. 74 p.

Leucaena: Promising Forage and Tree Crop (Second edition, 1984. 93 p.

Jojoba: A New Crop for Arid Lands. 1985. 100 p.

Quality-Protein Maize. 1988. 100 p.

Triticale: A Promising Addition to the World's Cereal Grains. 1989. 103 p.

Lost Crops of the Incas: Little-Known Plants of the Andes with Promise for Worldwide Cultivation. 1989. 415 p.

Microlivestock: Little-Known Small Animals with a Promising Economic Future. 1991. 450 p.

Neem: A Tree for Solving Global Problems. 1992. 149 p.

Vetiver: A Thin Green Line Against Erosion. 1993. 185 p.

Lost Crops of Africa: Volume 1: Grains. 1996. 383 p.

Lost Crops of Africa: Volume 2: Fruits. (In preparation).

Lost Crops of Africa: Volume 3: Vegetables. (In preparation).

Underexploited Tropical Fruits with Promising Economic Value. (In preparation).

Tropical Fruits for Solving Global Problems. (In preparation).

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