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Brhane Gebrekidan. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Agrovoc Terms :

agriculture; agricultura

Bahru Gemechu and Ephraim Mamo. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Agrovoc Terms :

fasciola; ethiopie; etiopia; haden virus bovino; bovine adenovirus; ethiopia; adenovirus bovin

Abstract :

A survey of the occurrence of Fasciola eggs (liver fluke) in bovine stool samples has been made in eight administrative regions of Ethiopia. Approximately 8,500 samples have been collected and examined. The results indicate that of the eight surveyed administrative regions, Kaffa showed the highest incidence with a mean figure of 86% followed closely by Illubabor with a mean figure of 70%. The ...

Woldemichael Getaneh and Maria Getaneh. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Agrovoc Terms :

tilapia; productos derivados del pescado; fertility; acacia nilotica; produit a base de poisson; fertilidad; lagos; lac; ethiopie; etiopia; fish products; pescado; ethiopia; fish; poisson (aliment); lakes; fertilite

Abstract :

Tilapia nilotica L. is considered an important commercial fish in Ethiopia. It is found in majority of inland waters and is most consumed species in the country. The investigation were carried out between May 1975 and April 1976 to determine breeding period of the fish and fecundity. The main breeding season was between December and June. The number of eggs produced by a female depended on it ...

Dereje Ashagari. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Other

Agrovoc Terms :

ethiopie; etiopia; ethiopia; maladie des plantes; control de enfermedades; disease control; enfermedades de las plantas; plant diseases; controle de maladies; citrus

Abstract :

Biotic and non-biotic diseases of citrus are believed to cause heavy losses in fruit yields and qualities in Ethiopia. Up to now, 15 disease problems have been suspected and/or observed at various locations. Although all of the diseases require due attention, more efforts are needed to check the incidences and spreads of tristeza, greening, psorosis, and foot rot and foot rot and brown rot gum ...

Brhane Gebrekidan and Yilma Kebede. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Other

Agrovoc Terms :

lysine; ethiopie; production vegetale; etiopia; sorghum; produccion vegetal; ethiopia; plant production; lisina

Haile-Michael Kidane-Mariam. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Other

Agrovoc Terms :

ethiopie; etiopia; potatoes; ethiopia; pomme de terre; papa; genotypes; genotipos; plantule; seedlings; plantulas; genotype

Abstract :

In order to exploit the high yielding potential and disease resistance abilities in seedling populations of tuberosum x andigena, andigena x andigena, tuberosum x phureja, and tuberosum x tuberosum clones, a selection programa has been launched at the College of Agriculture in Alemaya. Over 3,000 seedling populations representing the four hybrid groups were obtained from the International Pota ...

Alemu Mengistu and J.B. Sinclair. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Other

Agrovoc Terms :

soja; soybeans; ethiopie; etiopia; pois chiche; chickpeas; ethiopia; microorganismos; microorganisms; organisme transmissible par semence; seedborne organisms; garbanzo; micro-organisme; organismos transmitidos por semilla

Abstract :

Soybean (Glycine max) seeds grown in Ethiopia were bioassayed and 38 fungi plus Bacillus subtilis were identified and found associated with seed lots of 16 cultivars. All but two of the fungi were new records for Ethiopia and 20 were new records for the world. A similar bioassay of 14 lines of chickpea (Cicer arietinum) seeds showed that 10 of the 15 fungi recovered and B. subtilis were new re ...

Aregay Waktola and. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Other

Agrovoc Terms :

ethiopie; etiopia; analyse de donnees; data analysis; adoption de l'innovation; innovation adoption; ethiopia; agricultural extension; analisis de datos; adopcion de innovaciones; extension agricola; vulgarisation agricole

Abstract :

Adoption is viewed as a variable representing behavioral changes that farmers undergo in accepting new ideas and innovations in Agriculture. Farmers can exhibit differential behaviors towards new innovation depending upon an number of factors one of which is the efficiency with which the new ideas or innovations are formulated and disseminated to the farmers. The Dissemination of agricultural ...

Arina H.C.. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Other

Agrovoc Terms :

ethiopie; etiopia; pourriture; ethiopia; podredumbres; gommose; phytophthora; rots; gummosis; gomosis; citrus

Alemu Mengistu. Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 1979. English.

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Other

Agrovoc Terms :

enfermedades de las plantas; cultivos de grano; trigo; grain crops; maladie fongique; wheats; maladie des plantes; enfermedades fungosas; claviceps purpurea; plant diseases; ble; fungal diseases; plante a grains

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