Agriculture and Horticulture in Ancient Egypt



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Malaysian Agriculture, Horticulture & Agrotourism (MAHA) 2004:: Focuses on emerging ideas and provision of new marketing opportunities for regional and international players.

Mediterraneo Egypt:: Trading house specialized in bulk commodities such as wheat, corn, sugar, faba beans, and lentils.

Gadco Egypt For Export:: Produce grower and exporter. Product availability, terms of trade, FAQ, and contact details.

Ancient Heritage Dairy:: Producers of sheep milk cheese. Offers product details.

Kamut; Ancient Grain, New Cereal:: Details of this little grown relative of durum wheat.

Ancient Cattle of Wales (ACW):: Website of the ACW promotes conservation and use of the colourful breeds of traditional Welsh cattle, which trace their recorded history back to the 10th century. Limited information but links to organiser. Site also in Welsh.

Ancient Forest Exploration and Research:: Information and research about Ontario's remaining old-growth forest ecosystems, including where to see them and how to help conserve them.

World Environment Day Egypt: 2007 Climate Change - Why Should I Care?:: Cairo's World Environment Day is open to the public and offers games, fun hands-on environmental experiments, informative displays, contests, musical concerts, and refreshments throughout the day.

AP Horticulture.com:: Notes on the growing of a number of commercial spice crops, from the Andhra Pradesh state government.

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Agricultural History Society
Agricultural History Project (AHP)
ARS Timeline: 138 Years of Ag Research
Agropolis-Museum
Antique Farming