Agromisa is a non-profit organisation founded in 1934 in the Netherlands that supports small-scale farmers and organisations by providing them with practical information on sustainable agriculture. The core activities are publishing (Agrodoks, AgroSpecials etc.) and the provision of expert advice through its Question & Answer Service.
Agromisa produces practical oriented and easy to read publications for small scale farmers, staff of agricultural service providers and development workers. Most publications are in the field of plant and animal production but also on related topics such as soil and water conservation, food storage, processing and marketing and other socio-economic subjects that are important for the development of the small-scale farming sector.
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Edible insects in Africa
An introduction to finding, using and eating insects
With the growing world population, the interest for edible insects as human food is on the rise.
This new Agrodok shows where to find, and how to collect and prepare 10 different insect species, from caterpillars, beetles and termites, to grasshoppers and crickets.
Available May 2015 in both English and French
Read more or order before 31 May 2015 at € 12,50 (Normal price € 15,-)
Another new Agrodok will be published in 2015: Crop Residues for Animal Feed
Straws are often called 'by-products’ although they can be used for soil improvement, animal bedding, thatching, or as feed for ruminants, which is the subject of this new Agrodok.