At the center of our work is ECHO Development Notes (EDN), which we send quarterly to thousands of people in over 160 countries in three languages (English, French, and Spanish). In EDN we share the most helpful, practical information that we come across about growing food under difficult circumstances.
Within each issue you'll find featured techniques, practices, information and experience to help guide your work in tropical and subtropical agricultural development. Also in EDN are "Echoes from Our Network," "From ECHO's Seed Bank," and more. Issues #1-51 were compiled in the 1990s into the Amaranth to Zai Holes book, which or you may read it online here. Also, Agricultural Options for Small Scale Farmers, expanded on the foundation from Amaranth to Zai Holes by covering EDN 52 through 100, with articles from outside contributors. Agricultural Options for Small Scale Farmers is available for purchase from the ECHO Bookstore and Amazon.
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154 Issues in this Publication (Showing issues 85 - 76)
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Results of a Moringa Taste Test
Carambola—A Five Star Fruit
Indoor Air Pollution from Cooking Fire Smoke
Black Sigatoka, Water Purification
How Can NGOs Make Full Use of the CGIAR Network of Agricultural Research Centers?
Filtering Water with Old Clothes to Prevent Cholera
Smoked Rice Hull and Pottery
Rice Bean -Vigna umbellata: Another amazing green manure/cover crop
On-Farm Seed Priming
Terra Preta: the Secret of Rich, Dark Soil in the Amazon
Alley Cropping: a System to Sustain Soil Productivity
Increased Yields, Less Disease
Management Can Be Learned
The Malian Peanut/Groundnut Sheller
A System to Sustain Soil Productivity
Dolichos lablab: A Legume that Feeds People, Animals and the Soil
A Caution about Eating Excessive Amounts of Moringa stenopetala: Eat Like the Deer
Towards More Fruitful Agricultural Experimentation
How to Carry Out an Agricultural Experiment
Seven-Year Lima Bean
Leaf Protein Concentrate from Chaya Leaves?
Additional Uses for Boric Acid
Borates for the Control of Termites
Especially for Sub-Saharan Africa: Mother and Baby Maize Variety Trials
Update on Papaya Leaf Tea
After 10 Years In Haiti Have I Done Any Good?
Experience with the Chaya Plant in Kenya
Growth of Chaya in Different Climates
Is There a Market for Moringa Products for Small-Scale Farmers?
Green Leaf Extract
Velvet Bean (Mucuna pruriens)
Partial Control of Bacterial Wilt of Tomato with Chinese Chives
The Green Famine
The Value of Weeds in a Corn Field
Protecting Maize with “Weeds”; The Sustainable Village
Sesbania rostrata update
Papaya Leaf Tea as a Malaria Prophylactic?
Basics of Ruminant Digestion
The Livestock Revolution