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M

Madagascar bean (Phaseolus lunatus)

81-8

Madagascar, role of native trees in

71-5

Magnaporthe grisea (rice blast), control by interplanting

82-4

Maintaining soil fertility in the tropics

74-1

Maize and aflatoxin

87-3

Maize and the green famine phenomenon

91-6

Maize as an unsuitable staple crop

77-1

Maize hybrids, introducing

64-3

Maize in Africa

94-3

Maize in semi-arid areas

93-6

Maize variety trials in sub-Saharan Africa

80-3

Maize, "Painted Mountain"

66-7

Maize, 'Hawaiian Supersweet'

83-8

Maize, creolization of hybrid varieties

88-4

Maize, develop your own variety

100-5

Maize, International Research Center

64-4

Maize, mulched with spreading cowpea

123-6

Maize, open-pollinated

64-3

Maize, protecting with weeds

77-4

Maize, Tex-Cuban silage

76-10

Maize/legume intercropping, 2:4:2 pattern

133-2

Malabar spinach

57-2

Malaria and papaya leaf tea

69-6

Malaria control from burning neem oil

90-5

Malaria fuels spread of AIDS

95-7

Malaria prophylactic from papaya leaf tea - feedback

77-6

Malaria protection

54-7

Malaria treatment with artemisinin, resistance to

103-5

Malaria Vaccine Initiative

99-5

Malaria, artemisinin patented for

95-1

Malaria, fake artesunate drugs for, in SE Asia

99-5

Malaria, held back by papaya leaf tea?

80-6

Malaria, preventing with insecticide-treated nets

68-7

Malaria, table of herbal remedies for

95-2

Malaria, treatment with artemisia tea

95-2

Malian peanut/groundnut sheller

82-4

Malnutrition and child mortality

53-4

Malnutrition, understanding

142-1

Malted barley flour for malnourished infants

102-5

Malting process for thinner, nutrient-dense porridge

107-2

Management

82-1100-7

Management of a farm plan or agriculture project

120-1

Management system for agriculture projects

120-1

Management principles of FGW

98-1

Managing plant-parasitic nematodes

75-1

Mango crop loss in Philippines

72-6

Mango processing options

143-5

Mango, trauma to induce early flowering

89-1

Mangoes, improved method for ripening

73-4

Manoa lettuce

72-8

Manuals from ACIAR about control of Newcastle disease in chickens

118-4

Manure increases soil moisture in planting pits

121-8

Manure management

58-3

Manure near crop plants to boost fertility

119-5

Marigold (Tagetes sp.) for compainion planting

132-6

Marketing cost analysis, Nepal

127-3

Marketing information from ATTRA

112-3

Marketing information from CRS

112-5

Marketing moringa products

78-5

Marketing niche crops

71-5

Marketing soybeans, difficulty of

92-2

Martin, Franklin W., in memoriam

126-7

Martin Price, retirement of

101-1

Matrix scoring, participatory method

69-4

Mauritania, vegetable gardens in

84-1

Mavuno, Tanzanian variety of cowpea

122-6

Mealworms, how to raise

137-3

MEAS document on workshops for agriculture extension

130-5

Measuring impact of kitchen gardens

131-3

Meetings, timing of for women

134-3

Melia azedarach, ingredient in termite repellent

86-4

Meloidogyne spp. (root-knot nematode)

75-1

Melons, saving seed of

94-3

Mercury, human exposure due to gold mining

119-7

Metal silos for grain storage

112-1 140

Method for ripening mangoes

73-4

Methyltestosterone for sex reversal of fish

105-3

Mexican turnip (Pachyrhizus erosus)

102-7

Micro dosing with manure to boost fertility

119-5

Microbial digestion in ruminants

76-1

Microfinance Consulting Services from World Relief

72-5

Microfinance, Savings Group model

115-1

Micro-irrigation in Haiti

79-5

Microirrigation using wicks

115-4

Micronutrient deficiencies

135-1

Microorganisms, soil, multiplication of

110-1

Micro-placement of fertilizer

100-5

Micro-scale water harvesting

63-1

Microwell tests to detect aflatoxin

132-3

Mildew, cow's milk to control powdery

69-5

Milk, to control powdery mildew

69-5

Millipede damage after first rains

139

Mineral blocks for ruminants

76-5

Miracles in Action, promotion of chaya by

122-5

Mineral deficiencies due to phytates in whole grains

103-3

Missions and Tropical Agriculture course at ECHO

90-8

Mist, trees to catch condensation from

89-3

Mistakes in agricultural development

93-6

Mites in beekeeping

58-4

Moisture content of seeds, reducing

109-6

Moisture content, effect on seed quality

86-2

Moisture in planting pits, higher with manure added

121-8

Mole repellent effective

72-7

Moles, repellent recipe

68-6

Mollison, Bill, and permaculture

129-2

Momordica cochinchinensis (gac)

135-6

Money, African and Western approaches to

89-6

Monitoring of crops to detect insect pests

136-1

Monitoring traps to detect insect pests

136-2

Monoculture, impact on pollinators

125-1

Moringa brochures popular in Haiti

116-8

Moringa drouhardii

114-7

Moringa for nutrition

64-5100-9

Moringa information from 2006 workshop

104-7

Moringa leaf extract to enhance crop growth

131-4

Moringa leaf powder

109-3

Moringa leaf powder, comparison with baobab leaf powder

115-6

Moringa leaves wanted

111-11

Moringa named Tree of the Year

86-5

Moringa oleifera for living fence

116-4

Moringa oleifera, PKM-2

96-7

Moringa oleifera, tolerance to freezes

114-6

Moringa ovalifolia

114-7

Moringa seed pods, cooking and eating

109-3

Moringa seed to clarify water

90-1

Moringa seed used like miracle fruit

112-6

Moringa seeds for water purification

85-6

Moringa stems, nitrogen content of

126-6

Moringa stenopetala, request for seed

112-7/a>

Moringa stenopetala and goiter

82-5

Moringa stenopetala from ECHO

71-9

Moringa stenopetala, caution about

82-5

Moringa stenopetala, part of moringa taste test

85-5

Moringa taste test results

85-5

Moringa use in Tanzania

109-3

Moringa, 'PKM-1' variety

69-7

Moringa, and water treatment

68-4100-9

Moringa, as green manure

68-2

Moringa, as livestock feed

68-3

Moringa, drying during rainy season

101-6

Moringa, experience with in Indonesia

87-7

Moringa, important as vegetable in Niger

97-6

Moringa, intensive leaf production

68-2100-16

Moringa, leaf concentrate for feed

68-3

Moringa, leaf extract as plant hormone

68-1

Moringa, marketing and small-scale farmers

78-5

Moringa, request for seed from network

77-5

Moringa, seed oil extraction

138

Moringa-coated sand filters

68-3

Mosquito nets and insecticides - suppliers for Africa

73-5

Mosquito nets, insecticide-treated

68-7

Mosquitoes and malaria

54-8

Mosquitoes, repelled by neem oil in kerosene lanterns

90-5

Mother and Baby maize variety trials

80-3

Motis, Tim, introduction as co-editor

101-1

Motor oil, recycling of used

93-2

Motor oil, used, market for

94-4

Mount Cotton variety of Sesbania sesban

70-8

Mozambique, community garden project in

114-3

Mozambique, Conservation Agriculture in

135-4

Mucuna enana

78-8

MPP (Peasant Movement of Papaye) in Haiti

124-1

Mucuna pruriens

78-8

Mucuna trichomes to deworm goats

92-5

Mud dip for roots when transplanting

100-6

Mukibat system of grafting for cassava

89-2

Mulberry (Morus spp.) varieties with large fruits and edible

142-9

Mulberry, paper (Broussonetia papyrifera)

133-4

Mulch as part of Nutrient Access Concept

74-6

Mulch, importance for FGW method of farming

98-1

Mulch, importance of

100-3

Mulching in arid areas

60-662-4

Multiplication of banana and plantain plants

66-299-1100-12

Multiplication of soil microorganisms

110-1

Multi-purpose cowpea varieties (Vigna unguiculata)

122-6

Mung beans (Vigna radiata)

93-7

Muntingia calabura, the Strawberry Tree

80-8,122-3

Mustard family, leafy green vegetables

87-9

Mustard greens, Brassica juncea

87-10

Mustard Seed Foundation, grants from

72-5

Mwangi, Davidson; work with amaranth

91-2

Mycorrhizal fungi, adding to compost

96-6

Mycorrhizal fungi, relationship with Tithonia and Lantana

86-5

N

Napier grass with silage and hay

62-3

Napier grass, trap crop for stemborers

116-5

Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense)

128-6

Native trees, role in Madagascar

71-5

Natural Farming

110-1

Natural medicine, defined by anamed

95-1

Natural regeneration for reforestation

90-3

Natural regeneration in arid areas

58-4

Neem for control of Varroa mites

73-1

Neem leaf extract, effect on N-fixing in beans

103-4

Neem oil burned for malaria control

90-5

Neem to discourage insect feeding

100-15

Neem, locust control

54-3

Neem, viability

52-3

Nematicides

75-5

Nematode infestation, identification of

75-2

Nematode-resistant plant species and varieties

75-3

Nematodes, damage caused by

75-2

Nematodes, methods of management

75-1, 100-14

Nematode-suppressive crops

75-4

Neonicotinoides

125-2

Nesman, Ed; feedback on smoke article

88-6

Nesting sites for bees, providing

125-4

Networking Forum in West Africa

107-8

Newcastle disease control in Southern Africa

118-3

Newcastle disease,role of NGOs in control of

118-5

NF, Natural Farming

110-1

NGO's role in control of Newcastle disease

118-5

Nicaragua, redworms in

104-1

Niche crops, marketing

71-5

Niger, importance of moringa in

97-6

Niger, reforestation in

90-3

Nightshade, edible African (Solanum scabrum)

103-8

Niles, Wayne, overview, 10 years in Haiti

79-1,100-6

Nitrogen fixation by leguminous plants

101-4

Nitrogen, non-protein sources for ruminants

76-376-4

Nitrogen-fixing crops, inoculant for

100-14

Nitrogen-fixing in beans, effect of neem leaf extract on

103-4

Nitrogen level in moringa stems Sesbania rostrata

126-6

Nitrogen-fixing Sesbania rostrata

75-7

Non-chemical methods of pest control

125-1

Non-protein sources of nitrogen for ruminants

76-376-4

Northern agricultural development

84-8

Non-government organizations and control of Newcastle disease

118-5

No-till FGW system for field crops in southern Africa

98-1

NPK hill placement method

84-4

Nurseries, small-scale

100-3

Nutmeg propagation

67-6

Nutrient Access Concept

74-1

Nutrient content of moringa leaves

104-7

Nutrient density of food for AIDS patients

107-2

Nutrient Quantity Concept

74-1

Nutrient retention by soil organisms

96-2

Nutrition and agroecology, farmer-led research on

138

Nutrition and HIV/AIDS

107-1

Nutrition and HIV/AIDS

95-8

Nutrition of grain and legume seeds, effect of sprouting on

106-4

Nutrition with moringa

64-5

Nutrition, breeding for better

135-2

Nutritional benefits of amaranth

91-3

Nutritional needs with HIV/AIDS

107-2

Nutrition-sensitive agriculture

142-1

Nutrition-sensitive approaches to malnutrition

142-2

O

Observation trial, suggestions for conducting a

124-6

Odor of urine (used as a fertilizer)

109-5

Oidium (powdery mildew) and cashew

62-5

Oil extraction- small scale

55-7

Oil palm seeds, germinating

68-6

Oil palm, high altitude variety

68-6

Oil, use motor

93-2

Oil, used motor, market for

94-4

Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus)

89-7

Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) 'Burmese'

130-7

Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus), results of 2013 observation trial

121-7

Okra, 'African'

71-9

Okra, African (Abelmoschus caillei)

89-7

Okra, saving seed of

94-3

Oldreive, Brian, Farming God's Way

98-1

OMSC Anderson International Scholarships, 2003-2004

76-8

On-farm seed priming

83-3

Onion seed, saving

52-5, 100-15

Onion storage

59-4100-15

Onion, producing powder

68-4

Onions, "short day"

100-15

Onions, subtropical trial update

64-7

Online agriculture courses from Auburn University

112-8

Online Community Portal from ECHO

113-7

Online courses and books (free)

121-4

Open cooking fires, danger from smoke

85-1

Open mesh floors for Varroa mite control

73-3

Organic contaminants from used tires

130-2

Organic fertilizers, importance of

100-3

Organic matter, importance of

74-6

Organic matter, use of to manage nematodes

75-3

Orthodox seeds

86-1

Oryza sativa, rice varieties interplanted

82-4

Overseas Ministries Study Center

76-8

Owls for rat control

54-3100-16

Ownership, issues of

106-1