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A

2:4:2 maize/legume intercropping in DRC

140

Abelmoschus caillei (African okra)

89-7

Abelmoschus esculentus (okra), 'Burmese'

130-7

Abelmoschus esculentus (okra), results of 2013 observation trial

121-7

Abelmoschus esculentus, okra

89-7

Above ground gardens

100-1

Above-ground gardening

107-4

Above-ground gardening after disaster

122-4

Acacia colei as a food plant

61-2

Acacias, edible Australian

61-1

Acacias, edible-seeded, for dry areas

113-6

Access rights to resources

106-2

Access to land after a disaster

122-3

ACIAR manuals for control of Newcastle disease in chickens

118-4

ACIAR Research Note on rodent control

93-3

Acidic soils, aluminum in

71-1

Acrocarpus fraxinifolius

84-7

Adansonia digitata (baobab) gardens

103-6

Adopition of kitchen gardens in Brundi

131-3

Aerobic conditions of soil, importance of

96-4

Aeschynomene americana, use in Haiti

79-1

Aflatoxin

87-1100-16

Aflatoxin in peanut butter, summary of study

88-7

Aflatoxin, bentonite clay to protect against

103-1

Aflatoxin, effect on HIV/AIDS and hepatitis

103-1

Aflatoxins, methods for detecting

132-1

Aflatoxins, sampling for

132-1

Aflatoxins, "Can You Help Us"

72-6

Africa, promotion of gm/ccs in

131-6

Africa, southern, Farming God's Way

98-1

African and Farmers and development

123-1

African and Western perspectives

89-6

African marigold, (Tagetes erecta)

132-6

African oil palm, (Elaeis guineensis)

72-1

African okra

71-9

African okra (Abelmoschus caillei)

89-7

African redworms (Eudrilus eugeniae)

104-1

Agricultural development, an assumption about

121-1

Agricultural development, mistakes and success

93-6

Agricultural development, permaculture in

129-1

Agricultural experimentation

81-1, 81-3

Agriculture extension and farmer engagement

128-4

Agriculture extension, workshops for

130-5

Agricultural missions conference in Germany

70-8

Agricultural project, planning

118-1

Agricultural Research Centers, CGIAR

83-1

Agriculture (Tropical) and Missions, course at ECHO

90-8100-7

Agriculture and HIV/AIDS

107-1

Agriculture Conference, ECHO, moved to December

99-1

Agriculture Conference, ECHO's 15th

101-8

Agricultural development, permaculture in

129-1

Agriculture, humid tropics

58-1

Agriculture, involvement in by women

134-1

Agri-plus, information about metal grain silos from

140

Agrodok series

62-7

Agroecology and nutrition, farmer-led research on

138

Faidherbia albida

107-8

Agroforestry to increase smallholder resilience

134-7

Agroforestry, a lesson in

84-6

Agroforestry, First World Congress of

82-8

Agroforestry, guides for South Pacific

69-7

Agroforestry, World Congress of

107-7

AIDS and malaria interaction

95-7

AIDS, nutritional needs with

107-2

Aigamo ducks in rice fields (correction)

76-9

AISRED

62-1

Allergies and insects

137-5

Alley cropping

82-6100-5

Alley cropping revisited

84-4

Allspice propagation

67-6

Aluminum in acidic soils, effect on plants

71-1

Aluminum pots, warning about cooking chaya in

122-6

Aluminum toxicity and the soil foodweb

96-7

Aluminum toxicity to plants

71-1

Amaranth grain

91-1100-10

Amaranth leaves for vegetable

100-10

Amaranth, grain, for HIV/AIDS patients

107-2

Amaranth, grain, more about

92-6

Amaranthus species

91-1100-10

Amaranthus spp, leaves for food

103-7

Amoebas, papaya cure

62-3

Amylases in malted barley flour

102-6

Anacardium occidentale (cashew)

62-4

Analysis of current situation for farm plan

118-2

Anamed (Action for Natural Medicine)

95-1

Anderson International Scholarships, 2003-2004

76-8

Animal health, effect of aflatoxin on

87-1

Animal traction training videos

53-8

Animals and Heifer International

93-1

Annual cropping systems, improved, and carbon storage

128-1

Annual leafy greens variety trial

117-6

Ant control with boric acid

80-2

Anthropology to facilitate ag development

139

Antifeedants, borates as

80-1

Anti-retroviral drugs for HIV/AIDS, nutrition and

107-2

Ants, fire--damaging crops

55-5

Ants, leaf cutter--control

55-667-5

Apimondia 2001 conference

70-8

Apple ring acacia (Faidherbia albida)

107-7

Apple ring acacia, Faidherbia albida

84-7

Apple trees for tropics

67-4

Appropriate Technology at ECHO

66-6100-7

Appropriate Technology by Niles in Haiti

79-3

Appropriate Technology subscription offer

87-11

Arachis hypogaea (peanut)

105-6

Arsenic in Bangladesh and Southeast Asia

119-6

Arachis pintoi, 'Amarillo'

72-7

Armyworm, fall (Spodoptera frugiperda)

139

Artemisia annua anamed

95-1100-16

Artemisia annua growth at ECHO during summer

99-5

Artemisia leaf tea to treat malaria

95-1100-16

Artemisia, a cash crop in East Africa

103-5

Artemisia, growth from cuttings at ECH

99-5

Artemisia, hybrid variety for tropics

95-1

Artemisia, propagating

97-5

Artemisinin pills, problems with

95-3

Artemisinin, patented for malaria treatment

95-1

Artemisinin, signs of resistance to

103-5

Articles for ECHO Development Notes

105-4

Artocarpus heterophyllus (jackfruit)

92-7

Ash from cocoa, substitute for lime in ponds

70-6

Asian Rural Institute (ARI), residential training program

122-8

Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus, source of aflatoxin

87-1

Assistive technologoies for disabled

117-1

Assumptions and agricultural development

121-1

Agricultural development, facilitated with anthropology

139

Atemoya

54-1

Atemoya seeds from ECHO

81-8

Atemoya, Annona cherimola x Annona squamosa

94-5

Atemoya, hand pollination to increase fruit set

94-5

ATTRA, marketing information from

112-3

Auburn University offers online agriculture courses

112-8

Averrhoa carambola, star fruit

85-7

Avocado (Persea americana), threatened by laurel wilt disease

140

Au Sable course, Tropical Agriculture and Missions, at ECHO

90-8

Avocado trees in Swaziland

112-5

B

Bacterial wilt in tomato, control of

77-8

Bamboo

133-1

Bamboo for living fences

112-6

Banana and plantain plants, rapid multiplication of

66-299-1100-12

Banana breeding

64-1

Banana cultivars resistant to Black Sigatoka

85-6100-11

Banana diseases — Can you help us?

80-5

Banana fruits made easier to harvest

89-1

Banana wilt disease in East Africa

93-5

Bananas, disease-resistant hybrids

59-166-1

Bananas, disease-resistant, from FHIA

75-6100-11

Bananas, frost protection

57-6

Bananas, mitigating diseases of

127-7

Baobab (Adansonia digitata) gardens

103-6

Baobab leaf powder, comparison with moringa leaf powder

115-6

Baobab seed available from ECHO

115-6

Barley flour, malted

102-5

Basella alba

57-2

Basella rubra

57-2

Bat control methods

67-5

Bats, removing from homes

66-4

Beans, flatulence

52-4

Beans, International Research Center

64-4

Beans, saving seed of

94-2

Beans, tumbling to control weevils

100-14

Beckett, Cheryl, in memoriam

109-8

Bee plants, characteristics of

125-3

Beehives, suppressing mites

58-4

Beekeeping and mites

58-4

Beekeeping conference-Apimondia

70-8

Beekeeping, tropical training

54-6

Bentonite clay to bind aflatoxin

103-2

Bicycle pump vacuum sealer

126-1

Bioavailability (nutrient proportions)

62-2

Bioavailability of aluminum in acidic soils

71-1

Biocontrol of plant-parasitic nematodes

75-4

Biodigestion, summary of EIAC 2016 plenary

134-7

Biodiversity for better food security

113-6

Biodiversity maximized with Nutrient Access Concept

74-6

Biofortification Priority Index (BPI)

135-3

Biofortified crops

135-1

Biofortified crops, list of

135-2

Biofuels and smallholder farmers

97-3

Biogas insights

53-4

Biological nitrogen fixation

70-5

Biomass fuel smoke, health risks of exposure to

85-1

Biotechnical control of Varroa mites

73-2

Biotechnology in farmers' knowledge

58-7

Bitterness, cocoa to mask taste

69-7

Black persimmon (Diospyros digyna)

88-8

Black sapote (Diospyros digyna)

88-8

Black Sigatoka, recommended control of

85-6

Black soldier flies for animal feed

137-2

Blacklight, using to detect aflatoxin

132-2

Blanching and color sorting peanuts to remove aflatoxin

87-5

Blood sugar, low, related to lychee consumption

136-5

Bocking 14 variety of Russian comfrey

123-3

Bokashi

110-4

Bok Choy, Brassica oleracea

87-10

Bone meal to make salt lick for livestock

100-5

Bonemeal fertilizer

55-1100-4

Books in Portuguese & French on web

67-7

Books on CD-Rom from ECHO

70-7

Bookstore, ECHO's

65-166-678-7100-7

Borates to control termites

80-1

Boric acid to control cockroaches and ants

80-2

Boric acid to protect wood from termites

80-1

Bottle-cap fertilizer

84-3100-5

Brassica carinata, Ethiopian kale

87-11

Brassica juncea, mustard greens

87-10

Brassica oleracea

64-2

Brassica oleracea, collards and kale

87-9

Brassica oleracea var. italic (broccoli), 'Waltham 29'

130-7

Brassica rapa, turnip greens

87-11

Brassicas, saving seed of

94-2

Brazil, lablab and pigeon pea in

119-4

Breadfruit, propagation of

90-6

Breeding crops for better nutrition

135-1

Breeding of carrots

74-7

Breeding of rodents, relation to rice crop

93-4

Brewbaker, Dr. James, highlights of breeding programs

99-7

Broccoli (Brassica oleracea var. italic), 'Waltham 29'

130-7

Broom corn (species of sorghum)

71-9

Broussonetia papyrifera (paper mulberry)

133-4

Buckwheat

53-6

Bucket rat trap, used in South Africa

124-6

Bulk quantities of seed available

89-8

Bulk seeds from ECHO

81-8

Bunch, Roland

58-1

Bunch, Roland, promoting gm/ccs in Africa

131-6

Bunch, Roland, summary of practices for land husbandry

89-5

Burning neem oil for malaria control

90-5

Bursera simaruba for living fence

116-4

Burundi, kitchen gardens in

131-1

Bush velvet bean

78-8

Butter making--better butter

59-3

Bypass protein for ruminants

76-3, 76-6

C

Cabbage

64-2

Cadmium from used tires

130-1

Cafeteria feeding of chickens

97-1

CAHW (Community Animal Health Workers)

132-4

Cajanus cajan (pigeon pea), 'Georgia TWO' and 'Agroforestry Select'

131-7

Cajanus cajan varieties from ECHO

71-9100-12

Calcium bentonite clay to bind aflatoxin

103-2

Calcium carbide to induce flowering in pineapple

101-1

Calendars

69-3

California redworms, Eisenia foetida

104-2

Caloric Energy Balance, concept of

121-2

Canavalia ensiformis, use in Haiti

79-1

Carambola, Averrhoa carambola

85-7

CARBAP (Centre Africain de Recherches sur Bananiers et Plantains)

99-1

Carbon farming

128-1

Carbon sequestration

128-1

Carcinogen, aflatoxin as a

87-2

Carica papaya - leaf tea and malaria

69-6

Caro Rich tomato seed

112-6

Carrot (Daucus carota), warm-weather variety 'B8524'

106-8

Carrot, 'Uberlandia'

74-7

Carrot, Uberlandia, seed production of

118-7

Cashew

62-4

Cashew mildew

67-5

Cashew, additional comments

63-5

Cassava Cyanide Diseases Network (CCDN)

81-7

Cassava flour, treatment to reduce cyanide content

89-4

Cassava, increasing number of tuber roots

89-2

Cassava leaves, cyanide content after boiling

130-4

Cassava, Mukibat system of grafting

89-2

Cassava, relation to disease konzo

89-3

Cassava, research funding

59-6,62-4

Castor leaves for killing ticks

58-6

Castor oil, for repelling moles

68-6

Casuarina, for growing vanilla

65-2

Catalina potato

67-3

Caterpillars, Diamondback

64-2

Catholic Relief Servies (CRS)regarding marketing

112-5

CAWT (Conservation Agriculture with Trees)

107-8

Cautioon about Euphorbia tirucalli

118-8

CD-ROM books from ECHO

70-7

Celosia argentea, Lagos spinach

94-6100-11

Ceramic water filter, Potters for Peace and Beyond Borders

71-4

CGIAR Agricultural Research Centers

83-1

Chamaecytisus palmensis, tree Lucerne/tagasaste

138

Charred rice hulls for potting mix

108-5

Chapin, Richard, in memoriam

124-8

Charred rice hulls, use in potting mix

106-7

Chaya

78-1100-10

Chaya (Cnidoscolus aconitifolius), increasing interest in

122-5

Chaya and aluminum pots

122-6

Chaya as a fast-impact crop to plant after a disaster

122-4

Chaya parts, hydrocyanic acid in

136-5

Chaya, "Can You Help Us"

72-6

Chaya, cyanide content after boiling

130-4

Chaya, experience with in Indonesia

87-7

Chaya, leaf protein concentrate from

80-4

Chaya, level of cyanide in

81-7

Chaya, nutritive value

53-1

Chaya, stinging, in Haiti

133-7

Chenopodium quinoa

100-11

Cheryl Beckett, in memoriam

109-8

Chia (Salvia hispanica)

110-6

Chicken breeding in Haiti

79-4

Chicken housing

52-7

Chickens and Newcastle disease

118-3

Chickens, feeding of

97-1

Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) seeds from ICARDA

108-7

Child care, importance of for women farmers

134-5

Chimney stoves to reduce smoke in homes

85-3

Chinese chive to control bacterial wilt of tomato

77-8

Chocolate pudding tree (Diospyros digyna)

88-8

Chocolate, to mask bitter taste

69-7

Cholera, filtering water to prevent

83-5

Choroquine taken with chocolate milk

69-7

Chromatographic methods to detect aflatoxin

132-2

Chromium from used tires

130-1

Chuff cutters - advantages

59-3

CIAT, Int'l Center for Tropical Agriculture

83-2

Cicer arietinum (chickpea) seeds from ICARDA

108-7

CIDICCO

71-6

CIEPCA

71-6

CIFOR, Center for Int'l Forestry Research

83-2

CIIFAD/MOIST

71-6

CIMMYT and maize variety trials in Africa

80-3

CIMMYT, Int'l Center for Improvement of Maize and Wheat

83-2

Cinnamon propagation

67-6

CIP, Int'l Potato Center

83-2

Citrus greening disease

138

Citrus refractometers

73-5

Citrus Videos from ECHO

66-1

Citrus, technique to facilitate fruit collection

89-1

Clarifying water with powdered moringa seed

90-1

Clay and sawdust water filter

71-4

Clay pot cooler

127-6

Clay, bentonite, to bind aflatoxin

103-2

Cleaner fuels for cooking to reduce exposure to smoke

85-3

Cleansers, effect on gray water

88-2

Cleome gynandra, spider flower

113-8

Climate change, effect on agriculture

108-6

Climate, importance of working with

77-1

Climate, matching crops with

91-5

Climate, online information about

109-1

Clove propagation

67-6

Cnidoscolus aconitifolius ssp. aconitifolius

78-1,100-10

Cnidoscolus chayamansa (Chaya)

53-2

Cnidoscolus aconitifolius (Chaya), increasing interest in

122-5

Cnidoscolus chayamansa, renamed

78-1

Coaching model for resolving problems

82-3

Cochin gourd (gac)

135-6

Cockroach control with boric acid

80-2

Cocoa and chloroquine

69-7

Cocoa ash, substitute for lime in ponds

70-6

Cocoa, as fish feed

66-4

Coffee pulp for vermiculture

104-3

Coix lacryma-jobi L., Job's Tears

120-6

Coffee, acacia

61-3

Collaborative Research/Development Projects with CGIAR Centers

83-3

Collaboratory at Messiah College, AWDS study at

117-1

Collard greens, Brassica oleracea

87-9

Collards

64-2

Colloidal silver, safety of

72-4

Comfrey, Russian, for fertilizer and feed

123-3

Common property (collective resources)

106-2

Communication by plants

83-6

Community agricultural spokesperson in a refugee camp

122-3

Community and schoolyard gardens

114-1

Community Animal Health Workers (CAHW)

132-4

Community needs assessment during relief efforts

122-2

Community Portal, Online, from ECHO

113-7

Community self-help groups and sand dams

111-8

Community Trap Barrier Systems

93-3

Community vaccinators, role in control of Newcastle disease

118-5

Community, ways to increase resilience

122-2

Community-based food security

123-7

Components of an agricultural plan

118-2

Compost as inoculum of soil organisms

96-4

Compost, types of

96-5

Composting with worms

104-1

Condensation, collected by trees

89-3

Conference summaries, AMC 2000

71-3

Conference, Africa

62-1

Conference, agricultural in Tanzania

65-8

Conference, ECHO Agriculture, date change

99-1

Conference, ECHO's 15th annual

101-8

Conference, ECHO's seventh annual-speakers

69-8

Conference, e-mail

54-2

Conferences, ECHO's

66-6

Conflict, agriculture in areas of

138

Conservation agriculture in East Africa

127-7

Conservation agriculture in wet areas

127-5

Conservation agriculture to deal with drought

113-5

Conservation agriculture to prevent erosion

122-1

Conservation Agriculture with Trees (CAWT)

107-8

Conservation Agriculture, an ex-post evaluation

138

Conservation Agriculture, feedback about

135-4

Constant supply of soil nutrients, importance of

74-4

Constraints faced by women

134-3

Constraints of moringa leaves

104-7

Construction of a sand dam

111-5

Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR)

83-1

Consulting on microfinance by World Relief

72-5

Container gardening resources

114-2

Contaminants from tire gardens

130-1

Contour hedgerows

89-5

Control of bacterial wilt in tomato

77-8

Control of stemborer in maize

77-4

Control of Varroa mites in honey bees

73-1

Control, importance of in experiments

81-4

Cooking fires, danger from smoke of

85-1

Cooking stoves article, feedback on

88-6

Cooking, options for

107-4

Cooling method using clay pots

89-5

Co-operatives

127-4

Co-operatives, negotiating contradictory views of

128-5

Coppicing woodlots

107-5

Corchorus olitorius (jute mallow) leaves

103-8

Corn and aflatoxin

87-3

Corn in Africa

94-3

Corn in semi-arid areas

93-6

Corn variety trials in Africa

80-3

Corn, 'Painted Mountain'

66-7

Corn, develop your own variety

100-5

Corn, saving seed of

94-2

Corn, sweet, varieties from Dr. Brewbaker

99-8

Cost benefit analysis of a sand dam

111-8

Courses and books, free online

121-4

Cover crop, cucumber as a

125-6

Cover crop seed, information resources

71-5

Cover crops and green manures in Africa

131-6

Cover crops and nematodes

75-3

Cow milk to control powdery mildew

69-5

Cowpea as a living mulch under maize

123-6

Cowpea used in 2:4:2 trial in the DRC

140

Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) leaves

103-8

Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), 'Thailand Long'

131-7

Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata), multipurpose varieties

122-6

Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) trial at ECHO

104-7

Cowpea/cereal intercropping, system in Nigeria

133-2

Cranberry hibiscus

73-8

Creole, ECHO information in

107-5

Creolization of hybrid maize varieties

88-4

Crickets, how to raise

137-3

Crop growth enhancer, moringa leaf extract as a

131-4

Crop Intensification, System of

120-3

Crop monitoring to detect insect pests

136-1

Cross-pollination and isolation distances for crops

94-2

Crotalaria ochroleuca, source in Africa

72-6

CRWRC, work with amaranth

91-2

Cucumber as a cover crop with sorghum and maize

125-6

Cucumbers, saving seed of

94-3

Cucurbita moschata (tropical pumpkin), 'Trinidad'

130-7

Cucurbita moschata in pumpkin variety trial

116-7

Cucurbita pepo, powdery mildew control

69-5

Culantro (Eryngium foetidum)

140

Culture and worldview, definitions of

139

Current situation analysis for farm plan

118-2

Cuscuta sp. (dodder), a smothering weed

132-5

Customary resource rights

106-2

Cuttings for propagation of artemisia

95-5

Cuttings, pole, from trees

89-3

Cyanide content of cassava flour, method to reduce

89-4

Cyanide, Cyantesmo paper for detecting

130-3

Cyanide in cassava

89-3

Cyanide levels in chaya LPC

80-4

Cyanide testing kits, free

81-6

Cyanogen content of cassava

89-3

Cyanogenic glycosides in chaya

78-1

Cyantesmo paper for detecting cyanide

130-3

Cycling of nutrients by soil organisms

96-2