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  1. 2022-01-12 In this issue: Extending Postharvest Life of Fresh Fruit: Harvest at the Right Time Echoes from our Network:Homegarden Agroforestry From ECHO's Seed Bank:Chipilín Books, Websites, and Other Resources:CTA publications,CVM publications, and App Translation Download EDN 154 Extending Postharvest...
     
  2. 2022-01-19 29th-30thMarch 2022 You are cordially invited to join us for the 4th Pastoralist Symposium but this time VIRTUAL / ONLINE. It will provide a network and training opportunity for those involved in improving nutrition and livelihoods in pastoralist areas. It will consist of twoafternoons of three...
     
  3. 2022-01-27 Read Full Article Following the astonishing findings in an article published in November 2016 of a farmer preserving freshly harvested tomatoes in wood ash for up to 5 to 6 months, the research team at ECHO Florida decided to further investigate the potential of this technique to prolong the...
     
  4. 2022-02-01 We are excited to announce that the ECHOcommunity app is now available in English, Spanish, French, Swahili, Thai, Haitian Creole, Khmer, Burmese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and Chinese. Through ECHOcommunity you can discover ideas, research, and training on a wide variety of subject matter...
     
  5. 2022-02-08 The FAO's crop tool ECOCROP isaccessible again using this link:https://gaez.fao.org/pages/ecocrop-search. The plant database includes information about 2568 plants including optimum growing conditions such as temperature, rainfall, soil pH, and climate zone. It also contains, if available,...
     
  6. 2022-02-15 Chipilín (Crotalaria longirostrata) is native to southern Mexico and Central America. This species of Crotalaria is a popular food plant in countries such as Guatemala and El Salvador.The young leaves and shoots are consumed, either alone or mixed with other foods. It grows in humid soils, open...
     
  7. 2022-02-22 Mwanza, in Northern Tanzania, borders Lake Victoria which is a freshwater lake large enough for waves to form. Local entrepreneurJohn Makonda has worked on and improved a wave pump design utilizing only local material to bring water from the lake, uphill to planting beds. He is working to patent...
     
  8. 2022-03-01 ECHO is excited to announce that we have training events, both virtual and in-person to make available to you! ECHO East Africa is holding an online Pastoralist Symposium from March 29-30th, 2022. Register Today to take part in this exciting event that both honors pastoralists while providing...
     
  9. 2022-03-08 In this issue: Playing with Water Wheels: Exploring Low-Cost Methods for Pumping Irrigation Water A 'Successful Failure': Introducing SALT Technology in Northern Thailand Upcoming Events Download AN 48 Playing with Water Wheels Exploring Low-Cost Methods for Pumping Irrigation Water Thomas...
     
  10. 2022-03-15 ECHO has been sending out ECHO Development Notes since the first issue in 1981! 2021 marked the 40th anniversary of ECHO as well as this important publication that Dr. Price started writing to share information he was learning with active development workers around the world. Issues of EDN were...