A-C    D-F    G-I     J-L     M-O     P-R     S-U     V-Z

D

Dams, sand, for water harvesting

111-1

Danforth, Roy

62-3

Dark green leafy vegetables

87-9

Dark green leafy vegetables, propagation

89-6

DAT, Domestication of Australian Trees

83-5

Date palm introductions?

69-6

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

106-8

Daucus carota, 'Uberlandia'

74-7

Deep pipe irrigation

97-4

Deep-rooted crops and hard-pan soils

128-6

Democratic decision-making

82-3

Demonstrations, on-farm, using test strips

128-4

Dependency resulting from irresponsible giving

123-2

Desmodium to repel stemborers

116-5

Desmodium to suppress striga

77-4

Desmodium to suppress striga in maize plots

116-5

Desiccant, drying rice for use as a

102-7

Desmodium rensonii, use in Haiti

79-1

Desmodium to repel stemborers

116-5

Desmodium to suppress striga

77-4

Detection of aflatoxin

87-4

Detection of insect pests with crop monitoring

136-1

Detoxifying jack bean through germination

143-3

Development, lack of participation in

123-1

Development, mistakes and successes in

93-6

Development, permaculture in

129-1

Deworming goats with mucuna trichomes

92-5

Diagrams, participatory method

69-3

Dialogue-led adult education

142-7

Diffusion of Innovation theory

130-5

Digestion in ruminants

76-1

Digestive poison for termites, borates as

80-1

Digital resources for non-text extension

134-5

Dioscorea spp. (yam), increased tuber growth

89-1

Dioscorea spp. (true yams) as emergency food

142-9

Diospyros digyna (black sapote)

88-8

Disabled persons, assistive technologies for

117-1

Disaster, preparing for and responding to

122-1

Disease, Newcastle, and village chickens

118-3

Disease suppression by soil organisms

96-3

Disease threatens world's wheat crop

93-5

Disease-resistant bananas from FHIA

75-6100-11

Dishpan traps for monitoring insects

136-3

Disinfection of gray water

88-3

Disinfection of water, solar

90-2

Dispersed shade systems

89-6

Distance education from Auburn University

112-8

Diversity, importance of in diet

107-3

Diversification and risk aversion

123-7

Dodder (Cuscuta sp.), a smothering weed

132-5

Dolichos lablab, lablab bean

82-7

Domestication of Australian Trees Project

83-5

Dormancy of seeds

86-1

Dosages of artemisia leaf tea for malaria

95-3

Drought and vegetable gardens

84-1

Drought in East Africa

113-4

Drought tolerance of amaranth

91-3

Drought tolerance of plants in soil with low organic matter

86-6

Drought tolerant crops

90-5

Drought, long-term solutions for

113-5

Drought-resistance in plants

77-6

Dry areas, lablab and pigeon pea

119-1

Dryer for seeds, modified for high humidity

109-6

Dryer, solar, for use during rainy season

101-6

Drying cabinet for drying seeds

109-6

Drying leaves to make leaf powder

73-7

Drying rice for use as a desiccant

102-7

Drying tomatoes

143-6

Dryland areas, benefits of lablab for

119-1

Drylands, planting the rain in

134-8

Dual-purpose cowpea varieties (Vigna unguiculata)

122-6

Dynamics, gender

134-1

E

EAC (ECHO Agriculture Conference), date change

99-1

EAC, 15th Annual

101-8

Earthquake, resources for disaster response

107-4

East Africa Regional Impact Center, new

116-8

Ebola, home remedy possibility

65-4

ECHO's bookstore

78-7

ECHOcommunity.org, update after one year

117-4

ECHO's services for its network

66-5,100-7

Ecology - Economy divide

134-7

Economics of smallscale farming families

142-3

Economy - Ecology divide

134-7

Ecostove in Nicaragua, example of improved stove

85-4

Ecostove, report about use in Honduras

88-7

Edible insects

137-1

Edible insects, feedback from Thailand

138

EDN, writing for

105-4

Effective microorganisms (EM)

110-2

Eggplants, saving seed of

94-3

Eisenia foetida, California redworms

104-2

El Niño weather phenomenon

109-2

Elaeis guineensis, African oil palm

72-1

Elaeis guineensis, germinating

68-6

Elaeis guineensis, high altitude variety

68-6

EM, effective microorganisms

110-2

Emergency water treatment

90-1

Employees, characteristics to look for in

82-2

Energy needs for HIV-infected persons

95-8

Energy requirements of ruminants

76-1

ENSO (El Niño – Southern Oscillation)

109-2

Entomophagy (eating insects)

137-2

Enzyme inhibitors, neutralized by sprouting

106-6

Enzymes from malted barley flour

102-5

Equinox tomatoes, heat tolerant

69-8

Eriobotrya japonica, loquat

86-7

Eryngium foetidum (culantro)

140

Erythrina berteroana for living fence

116-3

Erythrinia uses

56-2

Erythrinia, for growing vanilla

65-2

Essential micronutrient, selenium as an

126-3

Essential oils for control of Varroa mites

73-3

Ethiopian kale, Brassica carinata

87-11

Eucalyptus in reforestation

56-1

Eudrilus eugeniae, African redworms

104-2

Euphorbia lactea for lifing fence

116-4

Euphorbia tirucalli, caution about

118-8

European Union, approval needed for 'novel foods'

105-5

Evaporative cooling to prolong shelf life of fresh produce

143-7

Evergreen agriculture to cope with drought

113-5

Example experiment from ECHO

81-5

Experimentation, agricultural

81-1, 100-4

Explorer potato

67-2

Export issues and aflatoxin

87-2

Export rules in European Union

105-5

Extending EM

110-5

Extension, agriculture, workshops for

130-5

Extensionists, encouraging women as

134-5

F

Faba bean (Vicia faba)

101-7

Facilitating ag development with anthropology

139

Faidherbia albida

84-7

Faidherbia albida for reduced-rainfall areas

113-6

Faidherbia albida, comments from Tony Rinaudo

108-6

Faidherbia albida, fertilizer tree

107-7

Failure of seed introductions

104-6

Faithful stewardship with FGW

98-2

Fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda)

139

Fallows, improved

89-6

Family Business, Farming as a

136-6

Family Enterprise System (FES)

127-1

Family, farming as a

134-6

Famine in the Horn of Africa

113-4

Famine, 'green,' in Ethiopia

77-1

Famine, green; feedback about

91-5

FAO Manual about school gardens

114-2

Farm Management principles

120-1

Farm project, planning a

118-1

Farm walks led by farmers for agrculture extension

128-5

Farmer Field School trials of 2:4:2

140

Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration

90-3100-4

Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration,request for feedback about

109-4

Farmer meetings, ag extension using

128-4

Farmer-led research on nutrition and agroecology

138

Farming as a Family Business (FaaFb)

136-6

Farming God's Way

98-1100-2

Farming God's Way (FGW) feedback

99-6

Farming God's Way workshop at ECHO

99-1

Farming, need for knowledge about

107-1

Fast-impact crops to plant after a disaster

122-3

Feed, Russian comfrey as a source of

123-4

Feed for chickens

97-1

Feedback about EDN, request for

95-8

Fence, living, for Central Africa

137-7

Fences (living) of bamboo

112-6

Fences, living

116-1

Fences constructed by villagers

84-3

Fermented plant juice (FPJ)

110-2

Fertility of soil and traditional plant varieties

86-5

Fertilizer, effect of small amounts of

84-3100-5

Fertilizer, human urine as a

108-1

Fertilizer, human urine as, feedback on

109-4

Fertilizer, Russian comfrey as a source of

123-5

Fertilizer, urine—trial at ECHO

108-3

Fever tree (Acacia xanthophloea)

143-7

FGW (Farming God's Way)

98-1100-2

FGW (Farming God's Way) feedback

99-6

FGW Workshop after 2008 conference

99-1

FHIA banana cultivars, resistant to Black Sigatoka

85-6

FHIA banana varieties, request for feedback

80-5

FHIA, update about disease-resistant bananas

75-6100-11

Field Cropping and Farming God's Way

98-1

Filtering water, prevent cholera by

83-5

Filtration of gray water

88-3

Financial statements for agriculture plan

118-3

Fingerlings, obtaining for fishponds

105-3

Fire ants damage to planted seeds

55-5

Fires, cooking-danger from smoke

85-1

Fish farming, low-input

105-1

Fish food, growing of

105-1

Fish, feeding with cocoa

66-4

Flattening weeds in tree plantings

97-3

Florida, southwest, examples of schoolyard and community gardens in

114-5

Flowering, induction of in pineapple

101-1

Fluorometric tests to detect aflatoxin

132-3

Fly control for cattle

63-4

Flowers for pollinators

125-2

Fly trap, walk-through

63-4

FMNR (Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration)

58-490-3100-4

FMNR and beekeeping in East Africa

127-7

FMNR for mitigating effect of drought

113-5

FMNR, request for feedback about

109-4

Fodder from Tithonia and Lantana

86-5

Food fairs to share indigenous food plants

113-1

Food production pathway from agriculture to nutrition

142-2

FONDAMA yard garden program

124-1

Food security and maize

77-2

Food security with metal grain silos

112-1

Foot valves for gasoline pumps

79-7

Forage banks for animal production

100-3

Forage for dry season, lablab as

119-4

Forage peanut, 'Amarillo'

72-7

Forage, calculating protein content

66-3

Forage, weeds as

77-3

Formalizing research

81-3

FPJ, fermented plant juice

110-2

Francais, EDN en

93-1

Franklin W. Martin, in memoriam

126-7

Free online courses and books

121-1

Freezes, tolerance of Moringa oleifera to

114-6

French books, agricultural on web

67-7

French marigold (Tagetes patula)

132-6

French translation of EDN issues

93-1

Fruit protection bags

54-1

Fruit set of atemoya

94-5

Fruit trees, fused to form tree with several root systems

89-2

Fruit trees, improved species or varieties

100-7

Fruit, improved varieties

100-4

Fruits for high rainfall areas

133-7

Fuel wood from nitrogen-fixing tree species

107-4

Fuglie, Lowell

64-5

Fuglie, Lowell, in memory of

108-8

Funding opportunities for carbon farming

128-3