Field crops of Central Africa by J. R. Fell

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Published by Christian Literature Society for India & Africa in London .

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  • Field crops -- Africa, Central.,
  • Food crops -- Africa, Central.

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Statementby J.R. Fell.
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Pagination83p. ;
Number of Pages83
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Open LibraryOL18561154M

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