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  1. 2021-01-20 The ECHOcommunity app gives you access to many downloadable resources such as PDFs and videos. You can download these files directly to your device for reference in the field. You can also share these files with people in your community. It is possible to share resources from this app with others...
     
  2. 2021-01-20 Learn how to navigate your app, accessresources, and set your preferences. Use the View Resourcebutton for more information.
     
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  4. 2021-01-20 Learn to create a plant record and keep track of crop information throughout the growing cycle.
     
  5. 2021-01-20 Learn how to access, view, and share resources available through ECHOcommunity.org and our network partners. Use the View Resourcebutton for more information.
     
  6. 2021-01-20 Available on iOS 10.0+and Android 5.0+ Search "echocommunity" in the App Store on your iPhone or in Google Play on your Android phone. ECHO is excited to introduce our new mobile app! We represent a network of nearly 20,000 members and we have provided resources to farmers and development workers...  
  7. 2015-01-20 Dairying as an enterprise has got a place alongside other viable tools of poverty alleviation, besides creating job opportunities to jobless families in Tanzania. Statistics from the ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development show that there are about 800,000 improved dairy cattle in...
     
  8. 2005-01-20 Swahili only Ufugaji_bora_wa_mbuzi_wa_maz
     
  9. 2008-01-20 Goats are some of the most benefi cial animals in the world, providing meat, milk, fiber, fertilizer, and draft power in addition to working as partners in land reclamation. Widely known as the “poor man’s cow,” goats have some under-recognized advantages over other animals. They are readily...
     
  10. 2000-01-20 Raising fish in ponds for food is called fish farming. It is very different from fishing in lakes, rivers and oceans because YOU, the farmer, are in control.
     

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