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  1. 1981-12-19 The primary focus of E.D. Notes, as well as of ECHO, is on items (1) for direct use or consumption on the subsistence farm and (2) with potential as a cash crop or small business for those with few resources. We trust that they will Offer you new ideas, information and opportunities Inform you of...
     
  2. With support from USAID’s Horticulture Collaborative Research Support Program (Hort CRSP), Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization’s Asia Impact Center (ECHO Asia), Maejo University, Thailand, and the Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) initiated efforts in 2010 to begin strengthening...  
  3. General description and special characteristics – Ivy gourd is a perennial vine with white, star shaped flowers and cucumber-like fruit which is green when immature and bright red when ripe. It is naturalized or native in Southeast Asia and East Africa, but is listed as an invasive weed in...  
  4. 2012-07-01 Vacuum Sealing vs. Refrigeration: Which is the most effective way to store seeds? The Crop Genetic Pump: A Possible Task for NGOs  
  5. 1989-03-19 Giza Sorghum For Food And Fuel Buffalo Gourd Is Another Candidate For Food And Fuel Are Jack Beans Safe To Eat? Why Are My Washington (Naval) Oranges Dropping? Sweet Potato Weevil Problems Echo Basic Document #2: Selecting The Right Crop For Your Location In The Tropics Or In The Subtropics
     
  6. General description and special characteristics – A bushy or vining annual that produces yellow flowers and pods up to 15 cm (6 in) in length. Mung bean is an important grain legume crop throughout Asia for its use as food, as an intercrop with rice, and as a green manure and fodder. Varieties –...  
  7. General description and special characteristics – A climbing, perennial (or semi-perennial) legume; grown in gardens for edible purple pods. Variety – Chiang Dao  
  8. 2012-07-01 Living Fences Intercropping for Pest Control: The Push-Pull Approach Upcoming Events From ECHO’s Seed Bank: Pumpkin variety trial results ECHOes from our Network: Note from Bill Mebane From Our Regional Impact Centers
     
  9. 1999-07-19 Introduction of Maize Hybrids to Areas Currently Using Open-Pollinated Varieties Collards Can Protect Cabbage From Diamondback Caterpillars An Impressive Moringa Project in Senegal Where to Get Seed After a Disaster
     
  10. 2017-08-15 Featured in this AN: Inexpensive Mass Propagation Techniques for Introducing Improved Potato Varieties in the Tropics Comparing Locally Available Waste By-Products as Feedstocks forGasifier Cook-Stoves Book Review:Sustainable Agro-Watershed Management ECHO Asia "Improving Lives" Agriculture &...