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Feeding an ancient harbour-city. Sago and rice in the Palembang hinterland2016 Bulletin de l’Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient 102: 97-123
  • Muriel Charras
H6/KWY [ECOLE-]0336-1519
Beliefs, taboos and minor crop value chains: the case of Bambara groundnut in Malawi2015 Food Culture and Society 18 (3): 501-17
  • Agnes Mbachi Mwangwela
  • Ben Bennett
  • Lora Forstythe
  • Mala Nyamanda
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
The role of the sweet potato in the crop diversification of small-scale farmers in Southern Province, Zambia2013 African study monographs 34 (2): 119-37
  • Chieko Umetsu
  • Hidetoshi Miyazaki
  • Ueru Tanaka
  • Yudai Ishimoto
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
Cultivating kinship: an exploration of creating feelings of relatedness through food production and consumption in northern Sri Lanka2011 Irish journal of anthropology 14 (2): 50-4
  • Ranmalie Jayawardana
H6/KVC [IRISH-]1393-8592
A 4th-century Ciscarpathian complex of grain stores2010 Kratkie soobshcheniia 224: 316-23, 339
  • L.V. Vakulenko
H6/KVY [AKADEMYA-]0130-2620English summary
Technical efficiency in food crop production in Oyo state, Nigeria2007 Journal of human ecology 22 (3): 245-9
  • A. R. Fasasi
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Involvement of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in food production and welfare of beneficiaries: the efforts of Fadu and Dadp in south western Nigeria2007 Journal of human ecology 22 (4): 277-80
  • A. A. Ladele
  • F. A. Kuponiyi
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Yam is king! But cassava is the mother of all crops: farming, culture, and identity in Igbo agrarian economy2007 Dialectical anthropology 31 (1-3): 221-32
  • Chima J. Korieh
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092in 'Special triple issue: in memory of six eminent Igbo scholars, Michael C. Mbabuike, Ikenna Nzimiro, Don Ohadike, Ezenwa Ohaeto, Victor C. Uchendu, and the Reverend Mother Mary Angela Uwalaka'
An indigenous Māori potato or unique Māori cultivars ?2005 Journal of the Polynesian Society 14 (1): 69-77
  • Graham Harris
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Analysis of plant remains from the fortress Ras (the 12th and the beginning of the 13th century)2002 Starinar 52: 191-205
  • Ksenija Borojević
H6/KE [STARINAR]0350-0241English summary
Enhancing the commercial value of sorghum in Botswana2002 Botswana notes and records 34: 107-112
  • L. A. Lekgari
  • O. R. Madibela
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090
Archäobotanische Untersuchungen in der metallzeitlichen Siedlung Židovar, Vojvodina /Jugoslawien. Ein vorbericht2002 Starinar 52: 181-90
  • Aleksandar Medović
H6/KE [STARINAR]0350-0241Serbo-Croat summary
Between conservation and production: traditional ware yam cultivation in Igbo-Etiti, Nigeria2001 Indigenous knowledge and development monitor 9 (2): 20-3
  • Edwin M. Igbokwe
Indigenous variety development in food crops strategies on Timor: their relevance for in situ biodiversity conservation and food security2001 Indigenous knowledge and development monitor 9 (2): 8-13
  • Johan Kieft
Plant cultivation in prehistoric Mesoamerica1999 Athena review 2 (1): 24-31, 45
  • Virginia M. Betz
Making a profit, making a living: commercial food farming and urban hinterlands in north-west Nigeria1999 Africa 69 (3): 386-403
  • K. Swindell
0001-9720French summary
Indigenous methods of seed selection and preservation on the Andaman islands of India1998 Indigenous knowledge and development monitor 6 (1): 3-6
  • A. K. Bandyopadhyay
  • G. S. Saha
Bread, wine, and villas: agriculture in Roman Gaul1998 Athena review 1 (4): 51-5
  • Virginia Betz
The terminology of agricultural origins and food production systems - a horticultural perspective1997 Antiquity 71 (271): 135-48
  • Helen M. Leach
Histoire du manioc en Afrique centrale avant 18501997 Paideuma 43: 255-79
  • Jan Vansina