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Research on cereal crops in Ethiopia, 1970 to 1973 EC (1977/78 to 1980/81 GC)

Research on cereal crops in Ethiopia, 1970 to 1973 EC (1977/78 to 1980/81 GC)

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Published by The Institute in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ethiopia,
  • Ethiopia.
    • Subjects:
    • YaʼEršā meremer derejet.,
    • Grain -- Ethiopia -- Field experiments.,
    • Grain -- Research -- Ethiopia.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 22.

      StatementInstitute of Agricultural Research.
      ContributionsYaʼEršā meremer derejet.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB192.E8 R47 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 94, vii p. ;
      Number of Pages94
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3158134M
      LC Control Number82980759

      FAO’s third Crop Prospects and Food Situation Report was recently released. The report is published four times a year and provides a review of the food situation by geographic region and includes a section dedicated to the Low Income Food Deficit Countries (LIFDC) and a list of countries requiring external assistance for food. cereal crops. Zambia3 Zambia has a vast and diverse renewable resource endowment. The country has a total land area amounting to , square kilometers or 75 million hectares. Of Zambia’s total land area, 58 percent or 42 million hectares is classified as having medium to . crops grown in Ethiopia. According to the population estimation by CSA (), the total population of Ethiopia amounts to 90,,, w, (%) of the people living in rural areas and earning their livelihood from agriculture. The Ethiopian economy is dominated by the agriculture and service sector, accounting for. General information about cereal crops (3CERC) THIS WEBSITE USES COOKIES Our website uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best possible online experience. We do not use these to store personal information about uing to use this website means you agree to our use of cookies.

      Experts that are interested in improving the essential cereal for the Ethiopian population, tef, are meet-ing on Monday, Ap at the University of Bern. The researchers of the «Tef Improvement Project» will discuss the next steps with their partners from both Switzerland and Ethiopia (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research).


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Research on cereal crops in Ethiopia, 1970 to 1973 EC (1977/78 to 1980/81 GC) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ethiopia's crop agriculture is complex, involving substantial variation in crops grown across the country's different regions and ecologies. Five major cereals (teff, wheat, maize, sorghum, and. In / 08, the main cereal acco rding to land use was teff (30 percent of total cereal land), followed by m aize (20 percent), sorghum (18 percent), and whea t (16 percent).

I n terms of volume. The Cereal Crops Research is located in Madison, WI and is part of the Midwest Area. The Research Leader is Cynthia Henson. Email: @ Phone: Fax: Cereal Crops Research Unit WALNUT STREET Madison, WI Source: Alemayehu et al, (//80 data are from FAO.

/81 – /09, /13 data are from CSA Agricultural Sample Surveys), # Finger millet data from //09 were included in the column of other cereals. Table 2.

Crop Production in Ethiopia: Regional Patterns and Trends Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse, Paul Dorosh and Sinafikeh Asrat Development Strategy and Governance Division, International Food Policy Research Institute, Ethiopia Strategy Support Program II, Ethiopia IFPRI-ADDIS ABABA P.O.

Box Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Tel: + This paper is the first to look at the extent and determinants of the adoption of the fertilizer-seed technology package promoted in Ethiopia using nationally representative data from the Central Statistical Agency of Ethiopia.

We estimate a double hurdle model of fertilizer use for four major cereal crops: barley, maize, teff, and wheat. Africa's savannas are probably the oldest grasslands on earth and have changed little during the last 14 million years.

Humans have lived there longer than anywhere else, perhaps more thanyears. Grass seeds have sustained them throughout. Indeed, gathering Africa's wild-cereal grains is. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website.

Five major cereals (teff, wheat, maize, sorghum, and barley) are the core of Ethiopia’s agriculture and food economy, accounting for about three-fourths of the total area cultivated, 29 percent of agricultural gross domestic product (GDP) in /06 (14 percent of total GDP), and 64 percent of calories consumed (FAO various years).

New USDA Cereal Crops Laboratory Dedicated By Erin Peabody April 5, MADISON, Wis., April 5—The U.S. Department of Agriculture today dedicated a state-of-the-art research laboratory where scientists will work to improve barley, oats and other cereal new facility will be operated by the Agricultural Research Service (), the USDA's chief intramural scientific research agency.

Crop Production in Ethiopia: Regional Patterns and Trends Research Note 11 Ethiopia’s crop agriculture is complex, involving substantial main crops and to only percent of cereal.

A PDF is a digital representation 1970 to 1973 EC book the print book, so while it can be loaded into most e-reader programs, it doesn't allow for resizable text or advanced, interactive functionality.

The eBook is optimized for e-reader devices and apps, which means that it offers a much better digital reading experience than a PDF, including resizable text and. BANKING AND SECURITIES. All banking institutions were nationalized after the government's formal Declaration of Socialism on 20 December The country's three private commercial banks were placed under the management of the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) and, inunder the state-owned Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (established in ), which had branches and $3 billion in.

The speaker outlined the history of bio -fertilizers in Ethiopia starting with Prof. Brihanu Abegas’ pioneering microbiology in the s and Dr Amare Abebe’s work on bio-fertilizer in the early s at the Melkassa Agriculture Research Centre.

The research expanded in the s and. ESSP II Working Paper 31 "Cereal Production and Technology Adoption in Ethiopia" by Bingxin Yu, Alejandro Nin-Pratt, José Funes, and Sinafikeh Asrat. Abstract: The Ethiopian government has been promoting a package-driven extension that combines credit, fertilizers, improved seeds, and better management practices.

This approach has reached almost all farming communities. Nearly all of Ethiopia’s agriculture is dependent on rainfall, particularly the amount and seasonal occurrence.

Future climate change predictions agree that changes in rainfall, temperature, and seasonality will impact Ethiopia with dramatic consequences. When, where, and how these changes will transpire has not been adequately addressed.

The objective of our study was to model how projected. / (print),/ (pdf) - Unusual changes in grain markets have been the source of major concerns for the Government of Ethiopia and its development partners.

Increase in cereal price presented serious challenges to the implementation of country’s food security programs. Local procurement of food by the WFP declined also in the recent years. Lost Crops of Africa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Scenes of starvation have drawn the world's attention to Africa's agr /5(8). Agronomic Research Achievements and Findings of Taro and Cassava Crops in Ethiopia: A Review I Belay-Yebo and 2 Yared Dagne Department of Plant Science, Wolaita Sodo University, P.O.

BoxWolaita Sodo, Ethiopia 2Areka Agricultural Research Centre, P.O. Areka, Ethiopia ARTICLE INFO Article Histopy: Received: crops using GIS tools thereby identify the potential to expand the selected cereal and pulse crops cultivation in East Amhara Region, Ethiopia.

MATERIALS AND METHODS Description of the Study Region The present study region, East Amhara, with total area of 4, ha is geographically located between and. Ethiopia is a centre of diversity for cereals such as barley, wheat, sorghum, finger millet and teff (Harlan, ).

Often referred to as one of the eight Vavilovian gene centres of the world, Ethiopia has made a national commitment to conserve genetic resources on farms and in gene banks over the past two decades (Worede et al., ).

The. Incereal production for Ethiopia was million metric tons. Between andcereal production of Ethiopia grew substantially from million to million metric tons rising at an increasing annual rate that reached a maximum of % in and then decreased to % in Production data on cereals relate to crops harvested for dry grain only.

Lake Chad Research Institute. Abstract- Production of cereal crops such as sorghum, maize, rice and millet is threatened by Striga hermonthica (Del.) Benth and Striga asiatica (L.) Kuntze in sub-Saharan Africa and India.

Varying levels of resistance have been identified and exploited in the breeding programmes of several crops. Research Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Management. Vol. 3(3), pp.March, © Apex Journal International Review Potential role of cereal-legume intercropping systems in integrated soil fertility management in smallholder farming systems of Sub-Saharan Africa crops grown on a given area and time (Reddy.

Development in seed systems of Ethiopia Recent Development in Seed Systems of Ethiopia Abebe Atilaw1 and Lijalem Korbu1 D1 ebr eZeit Research Centr Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research P.

Debre Zeit, Ethiopia Abstract On average, 12 million hectares of land is cultivate d by major food crops over the last five years in. The history of maize research in Ethiopia is about 40 years old, initiated at Jima Junior Agricultural College in Currently four agro-ecologies are identified for research: mid-altitude sub-humid, mid-altitude moisture stress, highland sub-humid and lowland.

Agricultural research started with the establishment of the Ambo and Jimma Colleges of Agriculture in and the Imperial College of Agriculture and Mechanical arts (today’s Alemaya University) in Relative to other African countries, agricultural research in Ethiopia is quite young.

Overall favourable prospects for main Mmeher” cereal crop production Harvesting of the main “Meher” season crops is well underway and production prospects are generally favourable. In western key‑producing areas of Benishangul Gumuz, western Amhara and western Oromiya regions, the June‑September “Kiremt” rains were up to.

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Cereal production and technology adoption in Ethiopia. View Description. Page Flip View: Download: small (x max) medium (x max) Large. Extra Large. large (> x) CGIAR Research. Using the data from Ethiopia, the objective is to disentangle factors that induce or relate to post-harvest losses in cereals.

The data of approximately households and cereal records were analysed. Cereal post-harvest loss was reported by only 10% of these households. The average self-reported post-harvest loss was 24%.

Post-harvest sector challenges and opportunities in Ethiopia Shimelis Admassu, Food Technologist, Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Agriculture is the mainstay of Ethiopia's economy and it provides all the necessary dietary foods, raw materials for food industries and quality products for export market.

The International Center for Agriculture Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), a member of the CGIAR, supported by the CGIAR Fund, is a non-profit agricultural research institute that aims to improve the livelihoods of the resource-poor across the world's dry areas.

Assessment of important plant disease of major Crops (Sorghum Maize, common bean, coffee, Mungbean, Cowpea) in South Omo and Segen Peoples Zone of Ethiopia. Yesuf Eshte, Misganaw Mitiku, Wondewosen Shiferaw* Jinka Agricultural Research Centre, South Agricultural Research Institute, P.

Box. 96 Jinka, Ethiopia. Introduction. Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) is a genus of numerous species of grasses, one of which is grown for grain and many of which are used as fodder plants, either cultivated or as part of plants are cultivated in warmer climates worldwide. Species are native to tropical and subtropical regions of all continents in addition to the southwest Pacific and Australasia.

could support various varieties of cereal crops (depending on their adaptation and tolerance to the climatic conditions), such as drought adapted cereals (sorghum) or cold adapted cereals (wheat, barley).

Examples are the tree and grass savannah, temperate and dry. The Research Institute for Cereals and Industrial Crops (INCDA, Institutul de Cercetări pentru Cereale și Plante Tehnice Fundulea) is a government research institute in Fundulea, Romania.

It was founded in as a branch of the Agronomical Research Institute (ICAR, ) in Bucharest. Wheat is one of the most important cereal crops in Amhara National Regional State (ANRS) of Ethiopia, representing a source of both food and cash.

The mean area (). It has been estimated that in approximatelyMT of quality cereal will be available for local purchase that is 8% less than in (EC/LFSU & WFP, ). Lost Crops of Africa.

Volume 1: Grains, by the National Research Council, National Academy Press, Summary Scenes of starvation have drawn the world's attention to Africa's agricultural and environmental crisis. Some observers question whether this continent can ever hope to feed its growing population. EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports: Abstract: Unusual changes in grain markets have been the source of major concerns for the Government of Ethiopia and its development partners.

Increase in cereal price presented serious challenges to the implementation of country’s food security programs. Agronomic Research Achievements and Findings of Taro and Cassava Crops in Ethiopia: A Review: Belay- Yebo and Yared Dagne: Abstract: Integration of root crops in the food system of Ethiopian people is an indispensable approach to achieve food self sufficiency and food security.

In addition, with improved production and productivity, the sector can deliver high potential impact on the.History: Kulumsa Agricultural Research Center was established in by government of Ethiopia and the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA).

The research Center is mandated to wheat, malt barley and highland pulse crops research nationally and serves as Wheat Center of Excellence for East Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania), regionally.Research on root and tuber crops in southern and south western Ethiopia was started nearly three decades ago as part of the national coffee and crop diversification program.

A contemporary review of research findings could reveal the huge agro-ecologic potentials of the region for the production of these crops which can play a significant role.