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  1. “Zai” is a term that farmers in northern Burkina Faso use to refer to small planting pits that typically measure 20-30 cm in width, are 10-20 cm deep and spaced 60-80 cm apart. In the Tahoua region of Niger, the haussa word “tassa” is used. English terms used to decribe zai pits include “planting...  
  4. Thunbergia laurifolia, the laurel clockvine or blue trumpet vine, is native to India and the Indomalaya ecozone, the species occurs from Indochina to Malaysia. It is locally known as kar tuau in Malaysia and rang chuet or rang jeud in Thailand.Wikipedia  
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  8. We have been collecting links to Journals which publish articles of interest to the ECHO network. Many of the Journals are open access, but some require subscriptions. Even if a subscription is called for, however, abstracts are usually available to browse and often contain information of...