1. 1/1/2020 Este estudio, llevado a cabo en ECHO durante el verano de 2011, se hizo para comparar la respuesta de la fructificación de la berenjena a las diferentes tasas de aplicación un fertilizante mineral estándar versus un compost de 6 meses con un 25% de estiércol de vaca y un 75% de materia vegetal...
  2. 5/10/2017
  3. El compost o abono natural se utiliza para mejorar la calidad de la tierra. Para crear abono natural utilizaremos materia vegetal estiércol y restos de comida. El abono aporta materia orgánica y nutrientes a la tierra. Esta animación explica el proceso de fabricación y almacenaje del abono.
  4. 5/10/2017 In this workshop, we will try to help you minimize the use of resources coming from outside of your country, especially as they relate to fertility in agriculture.
  5. 8/2/2018 Speaker Bio: Mr. Jeffrey Laruan is a local church Pastor and an organic farmer. He was born in July 5, 1953. He finished his Theology Degree at Nazarene Bible College. He grew up as a farmer and shifted to Organic Farming in 2005. His farm “Lily of the Valley Organic Farm” is accredited under ATI...
  6. 1/1/2014 The safe, clean and convenient way to compost ALL of you food scraps . Bokashi composting is a safe, quick and convenient way to compost in you kitchen, garage or apartment, using microorganisms to anaerobically ferment all food waste (including meat and dairy). Since the process takes place in a...
  7. Readily available plant and animal residues, even those you must pay for, can supply an extremely valuable source of plant foods that over the years will reward you with better soil better crops, and reduced grocery bills. And that means money in your pocket. But before you can expect those...
  8. In the framework of FAO's mandate the main purpose of this consulation has been to compile as much information as possible on the use of organic materials as fertilizers and to make recommendations for follow-up activities at the international and national level in the field of practical...
  9. Access Agriculture Training Video You can prepare a basic natural growth promotor with locally available ingredients, such as cow dung, ghee, milk, urine, sugar and ripe bananas. To further strengthen the growth promotor you can also add an extract made from urine and aromatic leaves so that it...
  10. Access Agriculture Training Video Integrated soil fertility management is based on maximising the use of organic fertilizers and minimizing the loss of nutrients. Avaible Languages: Bemba, Chichewa /Nyanja, Chitonga / Tonga, English, French, Hindi, Kinyarwanda / Kirundi, Kiswahili, Spanish,...