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  • Ethiopia: Govt Committed to Increasing Agriculture Productivity

    Posted on :Friday , 24th March 2017

    Recently, Ethiopia has launched the new Agricultural Extension Strategy, which is considered to speed up the transformation of Ethiopian agriculture. The Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources had recently tabled the new Strategy for discussion with stakeholders.

    According to the discussion, the agricultural, market-oriented, climate change extension services. . .

  • Ethiopia: Ministry Launches New Agricultural Extension Strategy to Transform Sector

    Posted on :Thursday , 23rd March 2017

    The Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resource said the new Agricultural Extension Strategy is believed to speed up the transformation of Ethiopian agriculture. This was disclosed Monday when the new Ethiopian Agricultural Extension Strategy tabled for discussion with stakeholders.

    Minister Dr. Eyasu Abriha on the occasion said currently the agricultural, market-o. . .

  • Ethiopia: Biotechnology Can Improve Agricultural Productivity - COMESA Advisor

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd March 2017

    Agriculture is the mainstay of our economy as 80 per cent of the population earns its living directly from it. It supplies food to local market and also serve as a means of hard currency earning. However, as a rain-fed one, it is highly vulnerable to extreme weather conditions such as drought and flood. Moreover, the prevalence of pests and herbs highly compromise the amount of yield.

  • Africa: Drones Helping Maize Breeders Cut Costs

    Posted on :Tuesday , 21st March 2017

    Harare — Using drone technology could cut labour and costs spent in collecting data for maize breeding by at least ten per cent, preliminary findings of a project shows.

    With increased demand for better seeds to adapt to changing climate, breeders have turned to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) also known as drones for precise gathering of data from the field t. . .

  • Ethiopia: Integrating Value Enhancement Practices to Agri-Teaching

    Posted on :Thursday , 16th March 2017

    Agricultural teachings need to be offered in line with smallholder farmers' interests and given special focus on value enhancement technologies as well as practices. The remark was made by Dr. Deola Naibakelao, Managing Director of Sasakawa Africa Fund for Extension Education (SAFE) Monday at a three- day SAFE networking workshop.

    The Managing Director further said:. . .


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