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  1. 2021-11-16 28th Annual Event The 28th Annual ECHO International Agriculture conference returns this November. Visit The Conference Website This event was previously scheduled as an in-person event. Due to travel restrictions, we are pleased to offer this event virtually for a second year.
     
  2. 2021-10-04 In this issue: Moringa Productivity with Legume Intercropping Insect Pest Management:Evaluation and Assessment Echoes from our Network: Gliricidia-Annual Intercropping System From ECHO's Seed Bank:‘Lacinato’ Kale for Home Gardens Books, Websites, and Other Resources:Food Plant Solutionsand...
     
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  4. 2021-08-24 The SHEP approach is one of agricultural extension approaches. It includes pursuing farming as a business — especially promoting the sharing of market information among farmers and stakeholders of the market, thereby mitigating the information gap — and designing a series of activities with...
     
  5. 2021-08-19 ECHO will be hosting an Online Seed Saving Forum on August 19th, 2021. Look here for more details to come.
     
  6. 2021-07-22 In this issue: Insect Pest Management: Options for Controlling Pest Populations From ECHO's Seed Bank:Everglades (Wild) Tomato Echoes from our Network: Acacia angustissima Farming Improvement Experience Books, Websites, and Other Resources:Soy Kit as an Appropriate Technology for Women...
     
  7. 2021-07-06 One of the most critical decisions a farmer makes during a growing season is how to effectively control pests to preserve the productivity and economic value of a crop. A farmer’s reaction to seeing pests in their crops or grain is to intervene to protect his or her livelihood. The first two...  
  8. 2021-07-06 Deforestation, overused soils, increasing competition for land, and climate change have made subsistence farming in much of Central Africa a precarious occupation. Malnutrition is on the rise, and local economies have declined in many places. The use of leguminous trees in agroforestry systems...  
  9. 2021-07-06 The wild tomato (Solanum pimpinellifolium) is a different species than the standard tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), though the two species are cross-compatible, meaning they can cross-pollinate and produce viable offspring. Wild tomatoes produce many hands/bunches of tiny fruit on very large,...  
  10. 2021-07-06 Insect Pest Management: Options for Controlling Pest Populations From ECHO's Seed Bank:Everglades (Wild) Tomato Echoes from our Network: Acacia angustissima Farming Improvement Experience Books, Websites, and Other Resources:Soy Kit as an Appropriate Technology for Women Entrepreneurs - A Review...