1. Session: Agroecology is quickly gaining traction around the world as a science, practice, and social movement to make transformational changes to our food systems. Often described as the utilization of ecological concepts and principles for the design and management of sustainable food systems,...
  2. The ECHO East Africa Biennial Symposium on Sustainable Agriculture and Appropriate Technologiesconnects individuals and organizations who seek to share their knowledge and best practices in these areas: to improve nutrition, reduce poverty, hunger, and physical hardship by engaging farmers more...
  3. ECHO East Africa Symposium on Sustainable Agriculture and Appropriate Technologies connects individuals and organizations who seek to share their knowledge and best practices. This event will provide a network and training opportunity for those involved in alleviating hunger and poverty in East...
  4. 01 មករា 2001 This simple device provides a method of manually producing bales of hay. Small-scale farmers may be interested in this technology because hay is both easier to store and easier to transport when it has been baled. Also, baled hay retains a higher nutrient content than hay that has been cut and...
  5. 01 មេសា 1992 Comments concerning seed set in Moringa stenopetala.
  6. 01 កញ្ញា 1984 Next to food, firewood is the most scarce item in developing countries. More than one third of the world is dependent upon firewood to supply their energy needs and ninety percent of the people in the poorest countries depend upon it as their chief source of fuel. What better way is there to...
  7. This session aims at discussing simple and yet effective agronomic practices for most vegetable crops that discourage the buildup of plant - parasitic nematodes and other soil borne pathogens in the soil. These agronomic practices range from timely watering or irrigation of crops, use of...
  8. 20 តុលា 2009 As a member of our network, you have an opportunity to beeyes and ears for ECHO! One of ECHO’s unique strengths is the ability to learn from individuals in our network and then in turn share with our broader network. We often ask for permission to quote from an e-mail or letter, either in the...
  9. 20 មករា 2013
  10. 29 ឧសភា 2020 This article is from ECHO Asia Note # 42 On the island of Bali we have had recent challenges with the Sugarcane White Grub (Lepidiota stigma) consuming many different crops and frustrating local farmers. In Bali (and Sumatra) we call this pest ‘gayes’, in Javanese it is known as ‘urèt’. In our...