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  1. 13/11/2018 In 1981 ECHO International started with two employees and some volunteers on 5 acres we didn’t own. Today our 55-acre campus in Florida (no debt) has expanded into a global network, including Regional Impact Centers serving Latin America & the Caribbean, West Africa, East Africa, and Asia....
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    1/6/1985 El árbol de marango, Moringa oleifera, probablemente ha sido la planta más popular de cultivos tropicales subutilizados del banco de semillas de ECHO. El árbol es nativo de la India pero ha sido sembrado en todo el mundo y se ha naturalizado en muchas localidades. El marango es conocido con...
  3. 20/10/2008 The end of August marked thebeginning of Dr. Martin Price’s retirement.
  4. 20/11/2018 Most hunger and malnutrition around the world is not usually caused by a lack of food, although that may be changing. From the point of view of the hungry family, the cause is usually a lack of income sufficient to purchase the food. Anyone with enough income will be able to obtain food, except...
  5. 20/8/2019 Dr Frank Martin - 1993 with introduction by Dr Martin Price Part 2 TN #81 Introduction To Root Crops
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    1/1/1983 Amaranth [Amaranthus hypochondriacus, A. cruentus (grain type) & A. tricolor (vegetable type)] is an herbaceous annual with upright growth habit, cultivated for both its seeds which are used as a grain and its leaves which are used as a vegetable or green. Both leaves and seeds contain...
  7. Recurso clave 1/1/1990 I often tell folks that ECHO specializes in growing food under difficult conditions. The pigeon pea, Cajanus cajan, is a prime example of a tough but nutritious plant for just such cases. This article is directed toward two audiences. For some of you, pigeon pea is already an important crop. You...
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    21/1/2000 Usualmente los norteamericanos no tienen idea de cuan diferente puede ser la horticultura en el trópico. Personalmente experimenté algo de este fenómeno cuando me mudé de Ohio en 1981 para convertirme en Director de ECHO. Yo ya había comprado semillas para mi jardín en Ohio cuando surgió la...
  9. Recurso clave 1/4/2006 There are two parts to this document; part 1 provides a brief description of the things a college student should consider as he/she chooses opportunities for learning and part 2 lists organizations that provide some practical training. The second section will be most useful for individuals...
  10. This presentation on the creation and use of Wading Pool Gardens is taught by Dr. Martin Price Adobe Flash Player is required.
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    1/6/1993 Cada año, una serie de personas que trabajan en el área de desarrollo comunitario dedican algunos días a estudiar y planificar en ECHO. En realidad su verdadera necesidad no es tanto obtener un poco más de conocimiento (estudiar), sino un plan de proyecto sobre cómo van a proceder para ayudar a...
  12. In 1981 ECHO International started with two employees and some volunteers on 5 acres we didn’t own. Today our 55-acre campus in Florida (no debt) has expanded into a global network, including Regional Impact Centers serving Latin America & the Caribbean, West Africa, East Africa, and Asia....
  13. Recurso clave 1/6/2001 Several times each year ECHO hears from someone (1) at an institution that is evaluating whether it should attempt to grow food for its [students, orphans, feeding program, staff, etc.] or (2) from someone contacted by such an institution and are asking ECHO's advice about whether/how to help...
  14. 3/6/2014 Various donations that Tom Carpenter has made to ECHO prepared from the memories of ECHO's founding CEO Martin Price. 4 pages
  15. 1/1/1992 A case could be made that onions are one of two universal vegetables that are cherished in almost every culture, tomatoes being the other. Both are difficult to grow in many tropical and subtropical climates. Where a vegetable is both popular and difficult to grow, it brings a good price. If a...
  16. 1/10/1998 Jicama (Pachyrhizus erosus) of the fabaceae or leguminosae family is a short-lived perennial, often grown as an annual leguminous climbing vine, which during short days will flower, produce long, inedible pods, and develop tuberous roots. These are few in number per plant, usually spherical, but...
  17. 1/1/2009 Within a couple days after Bonnie and I arrived in Florida in June 1981 to assume my new role as founding CEO of ECHO, I began digging a garden. For an avid gardener used to the long winters “up north” this was an exciting adventure. I was going to grow flowers and vegetables year-round in the...
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    1/1/1996 ¿Qué puede hacer una familia si la tasa de desempleo nacional es más de 50%, los sueldos son de uno o dos dólares por día, los precios de comida se están subiendo y a veces son más altos que en los EEUU, no tienen ni ahorros ni crédito, y no hay una red de seguridad gubernamental? Para muchos,...
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    16/2/2015 Cultivos de raíces y tubérculos tropicales se consumen como comida diaria en partes de los trópicos y se deben considerar por su potencial de rendir bastante en un espacio pequeño. Proveen opciones valerosas para producir alimentos en condiciones difíciles. Casava y taro, por ejemplo, son...
  20. 29/9/2017 As an organization that equips people with informational resources to reduce hunger, ECHO values the role of science in validating agricultural practices. Over the years, we have received numerous inquiries from university faculty and students looking for ways to do research that benefits...

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