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  1. Legumes are known for their ability to add nitrogen and organic matter to the soil. In most cases, cereal crops including maize are intercropped with annual legumes. There are, however, nitrogen-fixing trees that may also be used. Maize is normally grown under full sun, but some shade may benefit...
     
  2. The Independent Study Program ECHO provides opportunities for current development workers and missionaries to receive hands-on training in Tropical Agriculture. This program combines access to ECHO's specialized library, containing abroad range of resources related to tropical agriculture, with a...
     
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  5. Content for login page on members.echocommunity.org This page is banned for spiders and should not be presented to the public except through www.echocommunity.org/remote/login
     
  6. Those interested in preparing for short/long-term involvement in agricultural development internationally are encouraged to participate in this one-week course held at various times throughout the year. Course participants will gain an introduction to aspects of poverty and community development...  
  7. Content for login page on members.echocommunity.org This page is banned for spiders and should not be presented to the public except through www.echocommunity.org/remote/register
     
  8. Seed Bank Policy
     
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  10. ECHO offers many species and varieties of underutilized food plants likely to grow well under difficult growing conditions. Many of these species may be new to you - we are here to help you choose the species that will best suit your needs and your area. Always begin with your local surroundings...