1. 01/01/1990 Les potagers intensivement cultivés peuvent fournir la nourriture d'une famille ŕ une grande quantité de de trčs petite terre. Cependant, maintenir leur productivité, ces jardins, exigez beaucoup d'engrais et quelques techniques spéciales qui sont discutés au-dessous. Comme une récolte est finie,...
  2. Home gardens are found in many humid and sub-humid parts of the world. They are sometimes called backyard or kitchen gardens. These gardens have an established tradition and offer great potential for improving household food security and alleviating micronutrient deficiencies. Gardening can...
  3. 01/01/1993 This publication discribes how to construct a kitchen garden in English and Chichewa. 18 pgs illustrations
  4. 01/01/1981 The main objective of this Agrodok is to serve as a general manual for those who practise or teach gardening in developing countries, in order to improve the living conditions of the in habitants of these countries. 1st Edition and 4th Edition available
  5. 11/02/2009 Enjoy fresher, organic, better-tasting food all the time. The solution is as close as your own backyard. Grow the vegetables and fruits your family loves; keep bees; raise chickens, goats, or even a cow.The Backyard Homesteadshows you how it's done. And when the harvest is in, you'll learn how to...
  6. 08/04/2016 Sara Delaney a présenté un exposé lors de la Conférence internationale de ECHO sur l’agriculture en Novembre 2015. Un projet q’elle avait mentionné a eu des taux d’adoption remarquables, et nous avons pensé que ce serait un bon cas d’étude à partager dans EDN. Au cours de l’introduction de...
  7. 19/11/2015 Small farmers around the world are cautious when making changes to the practices they use or the crops they grow; especially as their family’s food and income depend on the harvest. However with challenges such as decreasing soil fertility or erratic rainfall, they are increasingly willing to...
  8. Presented at the ECHO International Agriculture Conference 2015 Small farmers around the world are cautious when making changes to the practices they use or the crops they grow; especially as their family’s food and income depend on the harvest. However with challenges such as decreasing soil...
  9. 01/07/2004 Training in tire gardening was done with women in Mauritania. After the training, each woman was given several small packets of seeds and encouraged to start a garden. When we arrived in Kiffa, the only vegetable gardens that could be found were in an ancient riverbed (known as a Wadi) northwest...
  10. 01/04/2010 Many complicating factors affect agricultural work, family health, and nutrition when one or more family members are HIV positive or have an active case of AIDS. In addition to those who are sick, others in the family and community are affected by the consequences of their illness. This broader...