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Date Palm Pollination Session 3: Pollen Extraction and Storage & Pollinators Metaxenia Effect
This presentation covers the pollen extraction and storage methods along with the pollinators Metaxenia effect aspects of date palm pollination.
Third visit Activities Report on Ph.D. Research Fellowship (Sufian Suliman Mohammed), from 10 May - 9 September 2015
The third visit to ICARDA site was organized to do part of the doctoral study - needed to do the quality analysis for the wheat materials that was planted in the field experiments at second season, in addition to association ...
Date Palm Pollination Session 2: Pollen Production Cycle & Pollen Viability and Germination (Pollen Quality)
Pollen Production Cycle & Pollen Viability and Germination (Pollen Quality) were two topics addressed during date palm pollination training course.
Date Palm Pollination Session 4: Date Palm Pollination Methods
This presentation describes the most used methods of date palm pollination.
Date Palm Pollination Session 1: Date Palm Female and Pollinators & Propagation and Cultivation of Pollinators
Two topics date palm female and pollinators & propagation and Cultivation of Pollinators were addressed during the date palm pollination training course.
Strengthening national seed systems for household food security in developing countries
This report is a synthesis of the research and development work done in past years by ICARDA’s Seed Section of Biodiversity and Integrated Gene Management, with a number of partner countries in Africa and Asia to improve ...
Impact of Using Desalinated Brackish Water on Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Saline Soil
This presentation is based on the original research conducted by Imag Ghanameh, in partial fulfillment of the MSc Program in Water and Environmental Science at Birzeit University (West Bank), under the co-supervision of ...
Plant Growth-Promoting Microbes from Herbal Vermicompost
Overreliance on chemical pesticides and fertilizers has resulted in problems including safety risks, outbreaks of secondary pests normally held in check by natural enemies, insecticide resistance, environmental contamination, ...
Varietal Adoption, Outcomes and Impact
This chapter focuses on the adoption and turnover of cultivars of crops, such as soyabean, maize, pigeon pea, wheat, cassava, rice, potato, barley, yam, groundnut, bean, sorghum, cowpea, pearl millet, chickpea, faba bean, ...
Fodder resource development
Most of the farmers engaged in crop cultivation in semi-arid tropics (SAT) also rear cattle which is a major source of income. However, due to inadequate and low nutritious fodder resources, cattle productivity is very ...