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Recent Submissions

  • Gebrekidan, Brhane (ed.) (Ethiopian Sorghum Improvement Project, 1982)
    Before going into the objectives of this workshop, it appears proper to briefly describe the background of the Ethiopian Sorghum Improvement Project (ESIP) which in many ways is responsible for the convening of this ...
  • Ethiopian Seed Association (Ethiopian Seed Association, 2014)
    Maize (Zeta mays) is one of the most important cereal crop in the world which is ranked second to wheat production, first in Africa and Latin America but third after rice and wheat in Asia. It is grown over an area of ...
  • Ethiopian Seed Association (Ethiopian Seed Association, 2018)
    The use of improved seed varieties is considered as one of the important interventions to transform agricultural sector in Ethiopia. To this end, improving the performance of the seed system is crucial to use improved crop ...
  • Anisimoff, B. (ed.) (Scientific Phytopathological Laboratory, 1984)
    As all of us are aware, one of the primary challange of crop protectionists is to increase the production of food crops through decrease of agricultural pests and disease loss in order to feed growing populations. The ...
  • Assefa, Habtu (ed.); Tedla, Tesfaye (ed.) (Ethiopian Phytopathological Committee, 1984)
  • Canaday, Ewing (ed.) (Imperial Ethiopian College of A & M Arts, 1950)
    The Imperial Ethiopian College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts is the institution of higher learning in the Cooperative Agricultural Education program established in Ethiopia by Oklahoma State University under an ...
  • Ethiopian Phytopathological Committee (Ethiopian Phytopathological Committee, 1985)
    Symptom of ergot disease was observed in 1984/85 crop season at Geredella on about 4423 hectares in wheat and barley production fields. Degree of wild, cat infestation an I ergot sclerotic, on randomely selected panicles ...
  • Dessalegne, Lemma (IPM Project (EARO/ICIPE), 2002)
    The diverse climatic, soil and water conditions in the region favour the production of arrays of indigenous and exotic vegetable crops. Vegetable production is becoming a popular farming business in the region. It is ...
  • Institute of Agricultural Research (Institute of Agricultural Research, 1985)
    Depending on the soil physical and chemical properties, added phosphorus may become essentially unavailable in the soil, when slightly soluble or insoluble phosphorus compounds are formed in the soil. This is why soils ...
  • A.A., Agranovsky (ed.); Assefa, Habtu (Ass. ed.); Gorfu, Dereje (Ass., ed.) (Ethiopian Phytopathological Committee, 1986)
  • W. Peters, Charles; T. Hash, Charles (Ministry of Agriculture., 1976)
    Pulse crops of some form are grown in almost all, if not all, of the traditional farming areas of Ethiopia; they are mostly found in the highlands where they are basic in the crop rotations. With few exceptions, pulses ...
  • Ministry of Agriculture (Ministry of Agriculture, 1975)
    The 1975 fertilizer recommendations have been based upon the results from the field trials of 1973 and adjusted to the current price of fertilizer. These recommendations should be used as guideline by EPID agents when ...
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Settlement (Ministry of Agriculture and Settlement, 1976)
    This Handbook is intended to serve as a simple field guide for extension agents, home agents, and other EPID staff who deal with vegetable crops. Vegetable crops can play an important role in improving the quality and ...
  • Crop Science Society of Ethiopia (Crop Science Society of Ethiopia, 2018)
    The mandate grain legumes of ICRISAT include chickpea, pigeonpea and groundnut which are important crops of Asia and Africa. The grain legumes improvement program of ICRISAT has access to the largest collection of germplasm ...
  • Phillips, Sylvia; Hedberg, Inga (ed.); Edwards, Sue (ed.) (The National Herbarium, Addis Ababa University, 1995)
  • Edwards, Sue (ed.); Demissew, Sebsebe (ed.); Hedberg, Inga (ed.) (The National Herbarium, Addis Ababa University, 1997)
  • Kibebew, Fasil (ed.); Kirub, Abebe (ed.) (Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization, 2001)
    Whether it is called taxonomy, systematics or biosystematics, this branch of science is dedicated to discovering, identifying, naming and classifying organisms and elucidating their relationships. As such, the discipline ...
  • Wijnands, J H.M.; Biersteker, J.; E N. van Loo, E N. (Wageningen University, Research Centre Agricultural Economics Research Institute, 2009)
    This study explores business opportunities in the Ethiopian oilseeds sector, both for domestic and European companies. Business opportunities range from import substitution of edible oils to export of high value seeds and ...
  • Hedberg, Inga (ed.); Kelbessa, Ensermu (ed.); Edwards, Sue (ed.); Demissew, Sebsebe (ed.); Persson, Eva; Persson, Eva (ed.) (The National Herbarium, Addis Ababa University, 2006)
  • Hedberg, Inga (ed.); Edwards, Sue (ed.); Nemomissa, Sileshi (ed.) (The National Herbarium, Addis Ababa University, 2003)

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