Insect and Hydroponic Farming in Africa

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Insect and Hydroponic Farming in Africa
Author : Dorte Verner
File Size : 45,9 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 01 November 2021
ISBN : 1464817669
Pages : 350 pages
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Insect and Hydroponic Farming in Africa by Dorte Verner Book PDF Summary

This book presents an inclusive, and resilient solution to Africa's wide-ranging food security challenges, particularly in fragility, conflict, and violence-affected countries. It assesses the costs and benefits of using two frontier agriculture technologies, insect farming and plant hydroponics, to create a circular food economy in Africa.

Insect and Hydroponic Farming in Africa

This book presents an inclusive, and resilient solution to Africa's wide-ranging food security challenges, particularly in fragility, conflict, and violence-affected countries. It assesses the costs and benefits of using two frontier agriculture technologies, insect farming and plant hydroponics, to create a circular food economy in Africa.

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Insect and Hydroponic Farming in Africa

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