Haitian Network Documents






  1. 2019-01-20 Reviewed by Dawn Berkelaar ECHO has an extensive network of agricultural experts working in diverse areas of production and development. Many members contribute to our various publications and resources, often writing or contributing to our existing documents. Some provide self-developed...

Books






  1. 2017-01-20 Synopsis: In this book you will find everything you need to know for your Garlic crop. Garlic: From Planting to Harvest brings an integral vision of the best way to conduct your business, as it translates and presents you in a simplified way the new technology and innovations for your...





  2. This book is intended for agronomy students and technicians interested in mango production. It addresses the latest technologies for this crop, such as economics, botany, soil and climate requirements, soil tillage and planting, cultivars, fertilization, irrigation management, weeds, pests and...





  3. 2011-01-20 Smallholder pig rearing is becoming a resurgent interest area for both farmers and farmer advisers. With its helpful, practical and up-to-date advice on breeding, nutrition, housing and the management and economics of pig farming, this booklet provides you with all the information you need to...





  1. Farmers in southern Niger have reclaimed 5 million hectares of land and increased food production by more than 500,000 tons per year by managing naturally-occurring trees and shrubs with Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR). The FMNR movement began in the early 1980s, and in recent years...





  2. Abstract,Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia, 2011 Predicted climate changes will affect the way in which sheep are farmed in tropical climates. While frequently animals are selected for individual production, this can affect the profit levels on farm through the need to modify the environment and...





  3. Mike Salomons, Canadian Foodgrains Bank Agriculture & Livelihoods Technical Advisor Over 1,000 different species of termites can be found across the continent of Africa! Termites are the longest living insects in the world, with some queens living as long as 50 years. The termite queen, king,...
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