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  1. 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...  
  2. The goal of the ECHO Global Seed Bank is to serve as a resource for development workers who wish to experiment with underutilized crops as they work to improve the lives of small scale farmers and gardeners. The seed bank maintains a collection of hard-to-find seeds that thrive under the often...  
  3. The FIRST OBJECTIVE of a successful farmer is to produce a large amount of quality peanuts while keeping production costs as low as possible. The most successful peanut farmers manage their crops carefully. Peanut farmers may want to invest money in inputs like equipment, fertilizers, and...  
  4. View and download presentations, videoand resources from ECHO Asia conferences, forums, workshops and classes.  
  5. 2020-04-08 As I walk the farm with Mr. Tuntun in rural Myanmar, I can’t help but smile as he proudly shows me the biochar he now makes and uses in his potting mix for his fruit tree seedlings. Instead of burning, he now turns his organic waste material from the farm into a valuable resource that can be used...  
  6. 2015-03-10 Many of the forages that farmers currently provide to their livestock are of low quality but are perceived as being readily available and low in cost. However, the opportunity costs of spending time seeking forages is often not considered; the time spent herding and tethering animals to find feed...  

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