By Jamal T. Manassah,Jamal Manassah
As a continuation of the lawsuits, this compilation comprises the final 3 components of the symposium and the editor's final comments. It particularly talks in regards to the leading edge foodstuff structures and aquacultural platforms within the arid and semi-arid lands. It additionally addresses the overall difficulties of post-harvest losses in foodstuff of plant beginning and the probabilities to minimize those losses.
The awarded papers convey renewed power to the desire that acceptable and directed exploitation of assorted applied sciences can evolve developable industries for arid and semiarid lands.
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Advances in Food-Producing Systems For Arid and Semiarid Lands Part B: Pt.B by Jamal T. Manassah,Jamal Manassah