DSpace at Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research: Recent submissions

  • Getahun, Dessie (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2018)
    Prevalence of fungal diseases is high due to the high rainfall experienced almost every rainy season. The direct contact of plants to rain drops, coupled with other predisposing factors such as high temperatures makes ...
  • Bisrat, Daniel; Abate, Solomon; Kebede, Wossen (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2009)
    Natural products offer a vast and virtually unlimited source of new agents for cosmetic, agrochemical and pharmaceutical industries. The country Ethiopia is endowed with rich flora and fauna due to its physical and climatic ...
  • Paul, Y.S.; Bekele, Eshetu; Hulluka, Mengistu (Institute of Agricultural Research, 1995)
    A general term for this group of fungi is ’true fungi’. These a»e achlorophyllous, nucleated, cell walled organisms which absorb their food. Fungal structures are well developed and this group includes four subdivisions ...
  • Temesgen, Melesse (Institute of Agricultural Research, 1995)
    Testing and evaluation of agricultural implements that are newly introduced, designed or modified is an indispensable part in the process of research and development. The implement would be tested to check whether it ...
  • Alemayehu, Nigussie (ed.); Mulatu, Bayeh (ed.) (Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization, 2003)
    In Ethiopia, a considerable number and diversity o f plant species are known to bear fixed or volatile types oils. They are found in a state o f either cultivation, wild or semi-wild forms. Despite such a prominence o f ...
  • Mamo, Negash (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2007)
    Cupressus lusitanica was introduced to Ethiopia before 1950 (Pukkala and Pohjonen, 1993; Negash et. al, 1995) and it has been planted in different parts o f the country through reforestation programs. Munesa Shashemene ...
  • Keneni, Gemechu; Asmamaw, Belay; Gorfu, Dereje; Fessehaie, Rezene (Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization, 2001)
    In terms of acreage and production, pulses are the major crops in Ethiopia next to cereals. They are cheap sources of protein when consumed with cereals, which are deficient in essential amino acids. Pulses .play ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Gowans, K. (Ministry of Agriculture, 1975)
    Five years ago (1970) W.D. Ware-Austin, Advisor to the Ethiopia Soil and Water Conservation Division, stated that Ethiopia loses one billion tons of soil every year from erosion. This is equivalent to sixty thousand ...
  • International Livestock Centre for Africa (International Livestock Centre for Africa, 1990)
    This manual has been written for people working in national agricultural research systems (NARS) in sub-Saharan Africa. It is also relevant to those involved in training and programme planning for the livestock sectors in ...
  • 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 ...