Agribusiness

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Plan estratégico y programa de inversión para el desarrollo competitivo y sostenible de la cadena de valor de Marañon en Honduras

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Este documento integra las necesidades, los esfuerzos y la visión de las distintas organizaciones de productores, procesadores, comercializadores, instituciones (público y privado) y demás actores de la Cadena de Marañón, cada una con sus particularidades y complejidades, para convertir el rubro en una actividad económicamente rentable, atractiva y sostenible, que permita mejorar el bienestar de todos los involucrados.

Authors: 
IICA
Publisher: 
IICA
Year: 
2,016

Informe anual 2015 del IICA: agricultura, oportunidad de desarrollo en las Américas

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Authors: 
IICA
Publisher: 
IICA
Year: 
2,015

Uso eficiente de la energía en las cadenas agrícolas de alimentos

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Esta entrega del IICA pretende la sistematización de metodologías e indicadores en el uso eficiente de la energía, para el incremento de la productividad y la eficiencia productiva de las cadenas agrícolas de alimentos.

Authors: 
Vega Charpentier, Orlando
Publisher: 
IICA
Year: 
2,016

Understanding Consumer Acceptance of Early Harvested 'Hayward' Kiwifruit

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During two seasons, ‘in-store’ consumer acceptance tests were performed to determine the relationship between ripe soluble solids concentration (RSSC) and/or ripe titratable acidity (RTA) on ‘Hayward’ kiwifruit consumer acceptance. For this, 252 consumers were presented kiwifruit slice samples with RSSC of 11.0, 12.0, 13.0, and 14.0% with a RTA ranging from 0.8 to 1.2%. Kiwifruit with RSSC that ranged from 11.6 to 13.5% were always liked by consumers but with different degrees of liking.

Authors: 
Carlos H. Crisosto
Authors: 
Gayle M. Crisosto
Publisher: 
Postharvert Biology and Technology
Year: 
2,001

El valor de la certificación ISO 9001 en las Pymes españolas dedicadas a la producción agrícola: incidencia de la crisis económica

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Authors: 
J.M. Brotons
Authors: 
M.E. Sansalvador
Publisher: 
ITEA
Year: 
2,016

Estudio de Caso Denominación de Origen del Maíz Blanco Gigante Cusco

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Authors: 
Gladys Navarro C.
Authors: 
Hernando Riveros S.
Authors: 
Klever Flores Valenza
Authors: 
Jorge Quiroga Arévalo
Authors: 
Gualberto Sallo Huallpayunca
Authors: 
César Castro
Authors: 
Nelly Achachao
Publisher: 
INDECOPI
Year: 
2,011

Utilization of Aquaculture Effluents in the Irrigation of Khaya and Mahogany Seedlings

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Rational use of water in arid and semi-arid regions is fundamental for resource sustainability. The present study aimed at investigating the possibility of using various types of fish culture effluents (intensive catfish (ICCE), intensive tilapia (ITCE) and intensive biofloc tilapia (I-BFT-TCE)) as irrigation and fertilization sources. These effluents were compared with nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NPK) mineral fertilization and potable tap water irrigation (control) treatments.

Authors: 
Amira F.Y. El-Kady
Authors: 
Ashraf Suloma
Publisher: 
Journal of Horticultural Science & Ornamental Plants
Year: 
2,013

Quality Evaluation of Selected Plantain Varieties (Musa species) for Chips and as a Vegetable

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The present experiment was conducted to evaluate the best plantain varieties for chips and vegetable. Five plantain varieties; Cachaca, Saba, Kitawira, Niginu and Kibunga obtained from College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (JUCAVM) were evaluated for their processing (vegetable and chips) and physical quality attributes. The experiment was carried out in the post harvest laboratory in 2014. To determine the chips quality, the fingers were peeled, sliced to a thickness of 2 mm and deep fat-fried in vegetable frying oil at initial temperature of 180°C for 4 min.

Authors: 
Betewulign Eshetu
Authors: 
Yetenayet Bekele Tola
Publisher: 
American Journal of Food Technology
Year: 
2,014

Potential of Fava Bean as Future Protein Supply to Partially Replace Meat Intake in the Human Diet

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Legumes have the potential to support global protein production by partially replacing meat and dairy products in the human diet. This will not only help meeting the increasing worldwide demand for proteins, but could contribute towards mitigating the threat imposed to the environment by current agricultural practices in higher-economy countries (dependence on fossil fuel energy and harmful emissions). Among the legumes, fava bean (Vicia faba L.) is a valuable crop. It is a rich source of proteins, fiber, and other non-nutrient compounds considered beneficial for health.

Authors: 
Salvatore Multari
Authors: 
Derek Stewart
Authors: 
Wendy R. Russell
Publisher: 
Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety
Year: 
2,015

The State of Sustainable Markets

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The first global data report on fast-growing voluntary sustainability standards outlines the share of bananas, cocoa, coffee, cotton, forestry, palm oil, soybeans, cane sugar and tea in 14 major standards. The report is based on a partnership between the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL), the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD) and ITC, and is supported by the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).

Authors: 
Julia Lernoud
Authors: 
Jason Potts
Authors: 
Gregory Sampson
Authors: 
Vivek Voora
Authors: 
Helga Willer
Authors: 
Joseph Wozniak
Publisher: 
International Trade Centre
Year: 
2,015
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