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  1. 2012-01-01 While most of our network members are familiar with “moringa,” the moringa family (Moringaceae) actually contains many species. We have promoted the ever-popular M. oleifera, conducting our own taste-test trials to offer our network a more favorably tasting tree; we also work with the more...  
  2. 2012-01-01 Through funding from the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, ECHO has completed an initial year of research in South Africa (Limpopo Province). Our goal is to conduct research applicable to farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa. Part of our research has been to study a moringa/legume intercropping system, in...  
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  4. 2019-10-01 This workshop will discuss the following: -how coffee is graded. -price differentials in coffee contracts. -how to help farmers increase their quality to receive higher prices at market.  
  5. 2019-11-19 Session :Grace has been conducting Moringa research for 20 years with undergraduate students. This presentation will be a research update on moringa as an antibacterial plant and water purification option. Tissue culture and regeneration of moringa, as well as future use in biotechnology,...  
  6. 2019-11-20 Joshua Spitaleri, Taya Brown, & Adam Cobb - Presented at the 2019 EIAC Smallholder coffee farmers struggle with several key challenges in growing, harvesting, processing, and moving their products to market. Promising strategies and potential interventions were identified via focus group...  
  7. 2019-11-21 Session :The challenges for pruning coffee plants are related to lack of knowledge in how, when to do it, and the reduction in production that the farmer will have for one year. This practical workshop will discuss the reasons for pruning and the best practices of how. Presenter :Rafael Flores is...  
  8. 2020-01-01 Despite considerable interest in the use of Moringa oleifera as a nutrient source, gaps and inconsistencies in the information on the nutrient content of this interesting plant remain. There are many reasons for this. The nutrient content of newly harvested plant material naturally varies with...  

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