FORESTRY

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  • Breltenbach, F. Von (ed.) (Ethiopian Forestry Association, 1961)
    Manifold as the landscape is the Ethiopian wildlife. There are mountains up to 4600 meters high and, on the other part, regions situated below sea level. Alpine and mountainous vegetation vary with coniferous and ...
  • Bekele, Tamrat (1993)
    "he tlori'-tic composition and structure o f the vegetation o f vfromontane forest remnants on the Central Plateau of Shewa, [ thiopia are described and related to environmental factors. The tudy was conducted in four ...
  • AWASA RESEARCH CENTER (Institute of Agricultural Research (IAR), 1994)
    This laboratory manual was prepared in response, to the training needs of the Plant Pathology Staff of the Awasa/Areka Research Center in connection with the World Bank-funded Enset pathology Project for which the author ...
  • Wondie, Menale(eds); Abiyu, Abrham(eds); Alemayehu, Mulugeta(eds) (Amahara Agricultural Research Institute (ARARI), 2018)
    Rhamnus prinoides is a widespread shrub species in different agro-climatic zones o f Amhara. It is used fo r local beverage preparation, medicinal values and income generation. The contribution o f this species has grown ...
  • FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1989)
    Food security is a fundamental problem facing the world today. Despite substantial increases in food production in many countries, over 800 million people still suffer from malnutrition .
  • Tadesse, Wubalem; Desalegn, Getachew (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2008)
    Timber, in its various forms, looses its natural durability and is subjected to several types of deterioration. It is susceptible to fungi, wood boring insects, subterranean termites (the most wood destructor pests in ...
  • Desalegn, Getachew (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2010)
    Bio deteriorating agents' damage on forest products in the area o f construction, furniture, and standing trees is a big problem in Ethiopia. This is one o f the major causes in the country that led inappropriate ...
  • Kebede, Behailu; Seyoum, Yigremachew; Desalegn, Getcchew; Abegaz, Melaku; Alem, Demelash (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2011)
    The damage caused by biodeteriorating agents in construction and furniture areas has been significantly noticed. In an effort to offset subterranean termites’ damage, farmers have practiced traditional termite protective ...
  • Yizhen, Shen(eds); Guofeng, Li(eds); Jian, Wang(eds) (China Agriculture Expertise Team in Ethiopia, 2014)
    Although the wild ricc (Oiyza longistamincita) was observed in the swampy and the waterlogged areas o f Gambela and Fogera plains, the history o f ricc cultivation in Ethiopia is very short comparing to some Asia countries ...
  • Kelbessa, Ensermu; Girma, Abenet (Forum for Environment (FfE), 2011)
    Ethiopia is a country of great geographical diversity. Altitudes range from the lowest at the Afar Depression to the highest peak at Ras Dejen. The climate ranges from equatorial desert to hot and cool steppe, and from ...
  • Nune, Sisay(ed); Mekonnen, Alemu (ed); Randall, Bluffstone (ed) (Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Ethiopia, 2008)
    It is a pleasure to be given this opportunity to make a key note speech at this important workshop on “Policies to Increase Forest Cover in Ethiopia”. It is important at least for two reasons. One is that it addresses a ...
  • Getahun, Amare; Gebre, Belay (Forestry Research Centre, Ministry of Agriculture, 1992)
    This is a report on the community forestry field activities being undertaken by the Faculty of Forestry at the Alemaya University of Agriculture, based on the Legeamo Farmers Producers’ Cooperative. An afforestation program ...
  • Hamito, Desta (Alemaya University, 2001)
    Development of any country is dependent, among other things, upon its research capability and on how this capability is translated into action. As regards research in agriculture, the country has welldeveloped institutions ...
  • Mesfin, Ketena; Wondwossen, Tsegaye; Fikadu, Chala; Melaku, Jarata; Tewodros, Abate (Sasakawa Africa Association SASAKAWA GLOBAL 2OOO-ETHIOPIA, 2013)
    Development organizations like Sasakawa Global 2000 has played an important role in introducing and promoting improved agricultural technologies in Ethiopia. Sasakawa Global 2000 (SG 2000] has been promoting improved ...
  • Nievergelt, Bernhard (eds); Good, Tatjana (eds); Guttinger, Rene(eds) (Institute of Zoology University of Zurich Switzer, 1998)
    This survey on the flora and fauna of the Simen Mountains National Park (SMNP) is one of the many contributions made during thirty years of close cooperation between Ethiopian Institutions - mainly the Ethiopian Wildlife ...
  • Desalegn, Getachew; Abegaz, Melaku; Teketay, Demel; Gezahgne, Alemu (Addis Ababa University Press, 2012)
    hroughout history, forests have provided human beings with strong basis for economic development and products of tremendous social, cultural and ecological values. For instance, about 70% of the economy of countries ...
  • POULSEN, GUNNAR (ARUSSI RURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT, 1973)
    When the preparatory team, who were investigating the possibilities of organizing a Regional Development Project in Chilalo Awraja, surveyed the area in 1966, the forestry situation (can briefly be described) as ...
  • CHILALO AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT (CHILALO AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT, 1968)
    The activities during the second half of the budget year 1967/68 will be reviewed for each section of the project. The CADU plan of operation, the plan of works for 19 6 7 /6 8 and Report II of the project preparation ...
  • Desalegn, Getachew; Alemu, Asmamaw; Eshete, Teshome; Billo, Denabo; Teshome, Akalu (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2010)
    Non-timber forest products can play a significant role in the daily life and well-being of millions of people in many tropical countries including Ethiopia. Most of the world’s population depends on NTFPs as source o f ...
  • Ministry of Agriculture and Settlement ARUSSI RURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT (ARUSSI RURAL DEVELOPMENT UNIT, 1982)
    To study the nutrient contents and soil types of Arssi , several samples have been taken from different technological regions on which analysis o f pH available phosphorus and texture were tested

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