Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics (JARTS)

formerly:
Der Tropenlandwirt. Beiträge zur tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinärmedizin,
Journal of Agriculture in the Tropics and Subtropics

The Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics is a peer reviewed journal that publishes papers and short communications dealing with research in the Tropics and Subtropics in the fields of plant production, animal nutrition and animal husbandry, soil science, agricultural economy and farm management, forestry and forest economy, veterinary hygiene and protection against epidemics.

Publishing House:
kassel university press GmbH

Publisher:
German Institute for Agriculture in the Tropics and Subtropics (DITSL GmbH)University of Kassel, Faculty of Organic Agricultural SciencesAssociation for Sustainable Development (GNE mbH)Association ‘Hochschulverband Witzenhausen’ e.V. (HVW) — Institute for tropical Agriculture e.V., Leipzig


Vol 115, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Wild food trees in Eastern Nuba Mountains, Sudan: Use diversity and threatening factors PDF
Nagwa Kamal-Eldin M. Salih, Abbas Hassan Ali 1-7
Smallholder pig production systems along a periurban-rural gradient in the Western provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo PDF
Bienvenu Kambashi, Pascale Picron, Christelle Boudry, André Théwis, Honoré Kiatoko, Jérôme Bindelle 9-22
Reciprocal and wage labour in rural Ecuador. A quantitative analysis PDF
Cristian Vasco 23-30
Soil, water and nutrient loss under conventional and organic vegetable production managed in small farms PDF
Michele Ribeiro Ramos, Nerilde Favaretto, Jeferson Dieckow, Renato Antonio Dedeck, Fabiane Machado Vezzani, Luciano Almeida, Matthew Sperrin 31-40
Farmers’ perspectives with regard to arable crop production and deagrarianisation: an analysis of Nkonkobe Municipality, South Africa PDF
Alen Manyevere, Pardon Muchaonyerwa, Micheal Laker, Pearson Nyari Stefano Mnkeni 41-53
Home gardens and Dioscorea species – A case study from the climatic zones of Sri Lanka PDF
Ravi Sangakkara, Emmanuel Frossard 55-65


ISSN: 1612-9830