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  1. 2021-03-01 Several species of edible ferns exist around the world, ranging from the tropics to more temperate regions, and most commonly include the bracken ferns (Pteridium spp.), ostrich fern (Matteuccia struthiopteris), and the Stenochlaena spp. ferns. However, the focus of this study is on the vegetable...  
  2. A lecture on Coffee Processing Methods (Naturals) taken from the ECHO Asia 2016 Coffee Processing Camp. Speaker: Zachary Price, Q-grader Arabica and Robusta, and Former Senior Technical Advisor for ECHO Asia. Location: Silaa Farm, Chiang Mai, Thailand (http://www.silaacoffee.com/)  
  3. This video is Session 3 part 3 of our ongoing training on "Introduction to Soil Science." This training gives a broad overview and introduction to some basic soil characteristics: phases (solid, liquid, gas), texture, density, structure, reaction (pH), plant-water relationships, organic matter,...  
  4. A lecture on Coffee Processing Methods taken from the ECHO Asia 2016 Coffee Processing Camp. Speaker: Zachary Price, Q-grader Arabica and Robusta, and Former Senior Technical Advisor for ECHO Asia. Location: Silaa Farm, Chiang Mai, Thailand (http://www.silaacoffee.com/)  
  5. A lecture on Coffee Cupping Protocols taken from the ECHO Asia 2016 Coffee Processing Camp. Speaker: Zachary Price, Q-grader Arabica and Robusta, and former Senior Technical Advisor for ECHO Asia. Location: Silaa Farm, Chiang Mai, Thailand (http://www.silaacoffee.com/)  
  6. The Tian Shan mountains that straddle Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan on the west and China’s Xinjiang Province on the east are home to the Earth’s greatest collection of wild fruits of the rose family. Apples, pears, plums, apricots, and others are found in wild groves and forests and...  
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  8. ECHO Asia, in collaboration with Ntuk Nti small farm resource center and International Cooperation Cambodia (ICC), has just finished a 1-year research project (funded by the Presbyterian Hunger Program- USA) to identify key indigenous vegetable crop species in NE Cambodia and strengthen the seed...  
  9. This video is part TWO of a 1/2 day training on "Introduction to Soil Science." This training gives a broad overview and introduction to some basic soil characteristics: phases (solid, liquid, gas), texture, density, structure, reaction (pH), plant-water relationships, organic matter, and...  
  10. This video is Session 2 part 2 of our ongoing training on "Introduction to Soil Science." This training gives a broad overview and introduction to some basic soil characteristics: phases (solid, liquid, gas), texture, density, structure, reaction (pH), plant-water relationships, organic matter,...