Digital atlas of traditional agricultural practices and food processing

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Digital atlas of traditional agricultural practices and food processing
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The Digital atlas of traditional agricultural practices and food processing documents the various processes involved in the production of food-from working the fields through to processing the crops for food, fodder, and other purposes.

Digital atlas of traditional agricultural practices and food processing

The Digital atlas of traditional agricultural practices and food processing documents the various processes involved in the production of food-from working the fields through to processing the crops for food, fodder, and other purposes.

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