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Small Farm Resource Centers as Informal Extension Hubs in Underserved Areas: Case Studies from Southeast Asia

Bicksler, A., Trail, P., Bates, R. M., Burnette, R. R., & Thansrithong, B. (2022). Small Farm Resource Centers as Informal Extension Hubs in Underserved Areas: Case Studies from Southeast Asia. Journal of International A...

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Using Good Micro-Organisms in Fish Farming - Video

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You can add good micro-organisms to your pond water to ensure good water quality. You can also treat the fry before stocking the pond. By adding good micro-organisms to your feed,...

Harvesting and Storing Sesame - Video

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Sesame is easy to grow. But poor harvesting, threshing and storage can decrease its quality. When sesame is too ripe, the seed capsules split open and release their seeds. So you l...

ICDA Sustainability Toolkit

This toolkit is a collection of existing resources, case studies, infographics, learning modules, community discussion forums, inspirational stories and more to help support sustainability in dietetics. We have taken existin...

Never Ending Food

“Never Ending Food (NEF) is a community-based initiative in Malawi, Africa which uses Permaculture design to address developmental issues of food/nutrition security, poverty reduction, climate change, and sustainable agricul...

Napier Grass

Napier Grass

Mainly used as fodder crop. Generally it is fed directly to cattle or made into silage or hay. It produces huge biomass and can be harvested multiple times in a year which making it a good raw materials for biofuel productio...

Using Good Micro-Organisms in Cattle Farming - Video

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To reduce the foul odour in your shed, place dry husks, sawdust, coconut dust or straw on the floor and regularly spray it with good micro-organisms. By adding micro-organisms to...

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