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P

Pachyrhizus erosus, jicama

102-7

Painted Lady (Phaseolus lunatus)

81-8

Painted Mountain Corn

66-7

Pak Choi, Brassica oleracea

87-10

Palm oil, germinating

68-6

Palm, date—introductions

69-6

Papaya leaf tea and hair loss

80-6

Papaya leaf tea and malaria

69-6

Papaya leaf tea as a malaria prophylactic - feedback

77-6

Papaya leaf tea to hold malaria back

80-6

Papaya leaf tea to test for malaria

80-6

Papaya leaf tea, a caution about

80-5

Papaya seed and pregnant women

65-480-5

Papaya seed stomach cure, additional comments

63-7

Papaya seeds to cure stomach ailments

142-9

Papaya, management for large yields

62-3

Papayas, pollinated by hawk moths

125-3

Paper mulberry (Broussonetia papyrifera)

133-4

Paprika, as a cash crop

65-4

Paralysis resulting from konzo

89-3

Participatory mapping

69-2

Participatory methods

69-1

Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA)

69-2

Passiflora edulis, purple passionfruit

139

Passiflora ligularis, yellow passionfruit

139

Passionfruit (Passiflora edulis and P. ligularis)

139

PAT, periphyton aquaculture technology

105-1

Pasternak, Dov, on lablab for the Sudano Sahel

119-1

Pathogens killed using solar disinfection

90-3

Pathways that link agriculture and nutrition

142-2

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea)

105-6

Peanut butter making

60-3

Peanut butter processing and occurrence of aflatoxin

88-7

Peanut oil for biofuels

97-3

Peanut sheller

82-4

Peanuts, contamination with aflatoxin

87-3

Peas, saving seed of

94-3

Peppers, saving seed of

94-3

Perennial greens for year-round nutrition

100-9

Perennial lima (Phaseolus lunatus)

81-8100-12

Perennial plants, importance of

100-9

Perennials for pollinators

125-3

Perennial systems, carbon storage with

128-3

Perennial vegetables, advantages of

107-3

Performance expectations, setting clear

82-3

Periphyton aquaculture technology (PAT)

105-1

Permaculture ideas, potential constraints to sharing

130-6

Permaculture in development

129-1

Persea Americana (avocado), threatened by laurel wilt disease

140

Perspective, importance of for EDN articles

105-5

Pesticide use on ECHO Florida farm

125-2

Pesticides, impact on pollinators

125-1

Pests, detection of with crop monitoring

136-1

PH of soil and use of gray water

88-2

Phaseolus acutifolius, tepary beans

100-12

Phaseolus lunatus (lima bean), '7-year'

131-7

Phaseolus lunatus, seven-year lima

81-8100-12

Phil Rowe no longer at FHIA

75-6

Phosphates, effect on plants

88-1

Phosphorus deficiencies from phytic acid in whole grains

103-3

Phosphorus from Tithonia and Lantana

86-4

Photographic archives for NGO’s

58-3

Photoperiod, sensitivity of amaranth to

91-3

Phyllochrons, in rice plants

70-4

Physic nut Jatropha curcas

60-8

Phytase in malted barley flour

102-6

Phytase, sprouting increases levels of

106-5

Phytate, minerals bound up in

103-3

Phytates in jack bean seeds

143-4

Phytic acid, binding of minerals by

103-3

Phytic acid, ways to remove from food

103-3

Phytopractices

89-1

Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan)

71-9, 100-12

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

131-7

Piliostigma reticulatum for bioirrigation

142-9

PILLARS Guides from Tearfund

75-5

Pineapple (Ananas comosus), induction of flowering

101-1

Pitfall traps for monitoring insects

136-3

PKM-1, high rank in moringa taste test

85-5

PKM-2 moringa, characteristics of

96-7

Planning a schoolyard or community garden

114-1

Planning an agricultural project

118-1

Planning an experiment

81-3

Plant communication

83-6

Plant growth, effect of aluminum in acidic soils

71-1

Plant performance, techniques to improve

89-1

Plant varieties, traditional, and soil fertility

86-5

Plant With Purpose, partners in 2:4:2 trial

140

Plantain and banana plants, rapid multiplication of

99-1

Plantain diseases - Can you help us?

80-5

Plantains- disease-resistant hybrids

66-1

Plantains- frost protection

57-6

Planting medium, smoked rice hull

69-5

Planting small seeds, tips for

99-6101-7

Planting stations, permanent, with FGW

98-1

Planting without Watering (PLASA) technique

127-6

Plant-parasitic nematodes

75-1

Pleiades stars, use in farming in Andes

67-4

Plenty International, soy promotion by

92-4

Plukenetia volubilis (Inca nut)

129-6

Plukenetia volubilis (Inca nut), caution

130-6

Plutella xylostella

64-2

PLWHA (People Living with HIV/AIDS)

107-1

Pod borers, nonchemical control of

84-4

Pod borers, picking off of pigeon pea

84-4

Pod characteristics of PKM-2 moringa

96-8

Pole cuttings from trees

89-3

Pollination of sorghum

126-4

Pollinators, decline in

125-1

Pollinators, favorite flowers of

125-3

Polyphenols and polyamines in jack bean seeds

143-4

Ponds for raising fish in Haiti

105-2

Population breeding to select and develop vegetable varieties

142-7

Portal, online ECHOcommunity

113-7

Portuguese books, agricultural on web

138

Post-conflict agriculture

67-7

Postharvest practices to extend shelf life of mangoes

143-5

Pot drip system for tree irrigation

97-5

Pot lid, use of to reduce fuel use in cooking

85-4

Potato seed (true)

67-1

Potato, method to increase harvest

89-2

Potherbs, weeds as

77-3

Pot-in-pot method to preserve food

89-5

Potting mix, recipes for

106-6

Potting/germination mix, input about

108-5

Poultry breeding in Haiti

79-4

Poultry technical notes

54-6

Poultry, "cafeteria" feeding system for

97-1

Powdered moringa seed to clarify water

90-1

Powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca fuliginea), control of

69-5

Powdery mildew in cashews

62-5

PowerFlour (malted barley flour)

102-5

Practices and principles of conservation agriculture

135-4

Precipitation, online maps of

109-2

Preparing for and respoonding to disaster

122-1

Preparing insects for eating

137-5

Preservation of food using clay pots

89-5

Pretreatment to improve seed germination

86-1

Prevention of aflatoxin production

87-4

Prevention of cholera using old clothes

83-5

Price, Martin, retirement of

101-1

Primavesi, Ana

74-1

Priming seed for better germination

83-3

Principles and practices of conservation agriculture

135-4

Principles for agriculture-nutrition programming

142-5

Private Service Providers

127-1

Processing food, new ways of

77-2

Processing oil from palm nuts

72-1

Processing soybeans, methods of

92-3

Project, planning an agricultural

118-1

Promotion of soybeans by Plenty Int'l

92-4

Propagating artemisia

97-5

Propagation of breadfruit

90-6

Property issues

106-1

Property systems

106-2

Proteases in malted barley flour

102-6

Protecting maize with weeds

77-4

Protein content, converting dry to green

66-3

Protein requirements of ruminants

76-276-6

Protein, high quality from amaranth grain

91-2

Protein, importance for prevention of konzo

89-4

Protozoa in the rumen of ruminants

76-7

Pseudomonas solanacearum, Chinese chive

77-8

Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (winged bean)

97-6100-10

Psyllids, vectors in citrus greening

138

Puente a la salud communitaria (Bridges to Community Health)

142-8

Pumpkin variety trial results

116-7

Pumpkins and squash, saving seed

94-3

Pump, bicycle, for vacuum sealing

126-1

Pumps, rope washer

97-2

Pup selection for banana multiplication

99-2

Push planter (by Wayne Niles)

79-4

Push-pull intercropping for pest control

116-5

Push-pull strategy to control stemborers

77-4

Q

Quail grass, nutrition of

62-2

Quail grass/Lagos spinach (Celosia argentea)

94-6

Quaker comfrey

123-4

Queensland lettuce (Lactuca sativa)

100-12

Questions from our network—process of answering at ECHO

71-7

Questions to ask about marketing

112-4

Quick connect couplings for gasoline pumps

79-7

Quick tests for detecting aflatoxin

132-3

QUICKGRANT program

65-1

Quinoa

52-5100-11

R

Rabbit raising in Haiti (Wayne Niles)

79-2

Rabbits and velvet beans

57-3

Radio broadcasts for non-text extension

134-5

Raffaelea lauricola, fungus causing laurel wilt disease

140

Rain, planting the

134-8

Rainforest productivity

74-3, 74-5

Rainwater harvesting

63-1

Rancho Ebenezer, redworms at

104-2

Random mass selection of vegetable varieties

142-7

Randomization in an experiment

81-4

Rangaragjan, Dr. Anusuya

62-2

Rat control

54-355-4100-16

Rat control (non-chemical) for rice fields

93-3100-16

Rat control with Gliricidia sepium

111-10

Recalcitrant seeds

86-1

Rat trap, bucket, used in South Africa

124-6

Recycling of hybrid maize seed

88-5

Red palm oil

72-1

Redbay ambrosia beetle (Xyleborus glabratus), vector for laurel wilt disease

140

Reforestation in sub-Saharan Africa; update

90-3

Reforestation with FMNR

58-490-3100-4

Refractometers for measuring citrus sweetness

73-5

Refrigeration using two clay pots

89-5

Refugee camps, resources for

139

Regenerative grazing at ECHO

128-7

Relative humidity, effect on moisture content of seeds

86-3

Relief work, helping with after disaster

122-2

Removal of aflatoxin

87-5

Renewable Energy catalog from the Sustainable Village

77-5

Repellant to termites, borate

80-1

Repelling plant pests with marigolds ( Tagetes sp.)

132-6

Replication in an experiment

81-3

Research hypothesis

81-3

Research ideas, request for

76-9

Research results, moringa freeze events in

114-6

Research, agricultural

81-1

Resource Appropriate Experimentation

81-1

Resource rights

106-1

Resources for Conservation Agriculture

135-6

Resources for gender analysis

134-6

Resources for schoolyard and community gardens

114-2

Responding to and preparing for disaster

122-1

Retirement centers for missionaries

57-4

Reuse of gray water

88-1

Rhizobia, groups and host species

101-5

Rhizobium bacterium, inoculant for Sesbania rostrata

75-7

Rice and Aigamo ducks (correction)

76-9

Rice bean (Vigna umbellata)

83-7

Rice blast controlled by interplanting

82-4

Rice fields, control of rats in

93-3, 100-16

Rice genome mapped

73-6

Rice hulls revisited

70-6

Rice hulls, ordinary, as planting medium

70-6

Rice hulls, use in potting mix

106-7

Rice varieties interplanted to increase yields and reduce rice blast

82-4

Rice, drying for use as a desiccant

102-7

Rice, smoked hull as planting medium

69-5

Rice, soybeans grown with

92-1

Rice, system of intensification

70-1100-2102-1

Ricinus communis (castor bean)- goats

58-7

Richard Chapin, in memoriam (castor bean)- goats

124-8

Ricinus communis, for repelling moles

68-6

Rinaudo, Tony, update on reforestation

90-3

Ripening mangoes, improved method

73-4

Risk aversion and diversification

123-7

Risk aversion and agricultural development

121-1

Rockefeller Foundation- research

59-6

Rocket stove for reduced smoke emissions

85-5

Rodent control in rice fields

93-3100-16

Roland Bunch, gm/ccs in Africa

131-6

Role of native trees in Madagascar

71-5

Rollinia mucosa (biriba or sugar apple)

142-10

Rooftop gardens

100-1

Root and tuber crops, importance during a disaster

122-2

Root system of maize, link to green famine

91-6

Rooting hormone for propagating artemisia

97-5

Root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne spp.)

75-1

Rope washer pumps, advances in

97-2

Rope wick irrigation

115-4

Rowe, Phil- bananas

66-1

Rumen organisms, meeting the needs of

76-5

Ruminant digestion, basics of

76-1

Ruminants, phytase in rumen of

103-3

Russian comfrey for fertilizer and feed

123-3

Rust strain threatening wheat crops

93-5