Ethiopia

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Retrospective Analysis of Moringa Leaf as a Substitute to Ethylene Gas in Hastening Ripening of Banana Fruit

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Authors: 
Betewulign Eshetu Ademe
Authors: 
Agena Anjulo Tanga
Publisher: 
American Journal of Food Technology
Year: 
2,017

Liquor Quality Performance of Some Early Released Coffee Varieties at Three Locations in South-West Ethiopia

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Authors: 
Elsa Tirfe
Authors: 
Taye Kufa
Authors: 
Ali Mohammed
Publisher: 
World Journal of Dairy & Food Sciences
Year: 
2,015

Effect of Intra-Row Spacing on Growth and Development of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) Variety Roma-VF under the Irrigated Conditions of East Gojjam Zone, Ethiopia

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Authors: 
Yalemtesfa Firew Guade
Publisher: 
American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
Year: 
2,017

Effect of Colored Polyethylene Mulch on Soil Temperature, Growth, Fruit Quality and Yield of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)

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Authors: 
Tewodros Tesfaye
Authors: 
Endalew Tigabu
Authors: 
Yohannes Gedamu
Authors: 
Hayal Lemma
Publisher: 
World Journal of Agricultural Sciences

Packaging Material Affects Quality Attributes and Ripening Period of Avocado (Persea americana) Fruit

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Authors: 
Tigist Nardos
Authors: 
Tolawak Wakgari
Publisher: 
World Journal of Agricultural Sciences
Year: 
2,016

On Farm Evaluation of Conservation Tillage Techniques: An Option for Vulnerable House Hold at Dry Land Areas of Northern Ethiopia

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Authors: 
Assefa Workineh
Authors: 
Niguse Hagazi
Authors: 
Teklay Abebe
Publisher: 
World Journal of Agricultural Sciences
Year: 
2,016

The Market for Small-Scale Drip Irrigation in East and Southern Africa

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Drip irrigation can be a transformational technology for smallholder producers. It has many advantages over rainfed production and traditional furrow irrigation methods, such as increased on-farm yields, year-round production, efficient use of scarce water resources, and reductions in waterlogging, salinization, and pest and disease pressures. The commercial potential for the private sector to expand this technology to smallholder farmers is enormous, given the sheer volume of potential customers at the smallholder level, and the area of arable land yet to be irrigated.

Authors: 
Feed the Future
Publisher: 
Feed the Future
Year: 
2,016

Chemical Quality of Common Beans as Influenced by Genotype and Aluminium Rates Under Two Soil Liming Regimes

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Authors: 
Hirpa Legesse
Authors: 
Nigussie-Dechassa R.
Authors: 
Setegn G.
Authors: 
G Bultosa
Publisher: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Year: 
2,015

Analysis of Market Chains of Forest Coffee in Southwest Ethiopia

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Authors: 
Zekarias Shumeta
Authors: 
Kaba Urgessa
Authors: 
Zerihun Kebebew
Publisher: 
Academic Journal of Plant Sciences
Year: 
2,012

Integrated Management of Sweetpotato Weevil (Cylas puncticollis (B.)) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) at Chano Dorga, Southern Ethiopia

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Authors: 
Worku Wolde
Authors: 
Emana Getu
Authors: 
Waktole Sori
Publisher: 
Asian Journal of Agricultural Research
Year: 
2,014
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