Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||First National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia.|
|Statement||edited by Benti Tolessa, Joel K. Ransom.|
|Contributions||Benti Tolessa., Ransom, Joel K., YaʼEršā meremer ʼinstityut., International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center.|
|LC Classifications||SB191.M2 N17 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||93849462|
Proceedings of the National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia, 3; Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; April, Book January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. establishment of strengthened national maize research program along with different technology transfer approaches. In addition, the National Maize workshops of Ethiopia that are organized every decade created an opportunity to evaluate the progress made and put forward directions of future R&D. So far, three maize workshops. Proceedings of the Third National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia. Senayit, Y. Survey on Maize Utilization. In: Proceedings of the First National Maize This guide book introduces the. Enhancing the Contribution of Maize to Food Security in Ethiopia: Proceedings of the Second National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia, November , Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Ethiopian Agricultural Research Organization (EARO) and International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT).File Size: 7MB.
Benti T, Ransom JK (). Proceedings of the first National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia, (IAR, Addis Abeba (Ethiopia)) (CIMMYT, Nairobi) (eds.) Addis Abeba: IAR pp. Berhanu TE () Survey of diseases of major crops in Darolebu district, West Hararge, Ethiopia. International Journal of Plant Breeding and Crop Science 2(2)Author: Assefa Sintayehu, Daniel Tadesse, Zenebe Gebremedhin. Ethiopia. In addition, maize is the staple crop with the greatest production at million tons in /08, compared to teff at million tons and sorghum at million tons. 1. Moreover, maize plays a central role in Ethiopia’s food security. It is the lowest cost source of ce-File Size: KB. Book chapter; Conference paper: Enhancing the contribution of maize to food security in Ethiopia. Proceedings of the Second National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, November pp refCited by: Tolessa B, Gobezayehu T, Worku M et al () Genetic improvement of maize in Ethiopia. In: Tolesa B, Ranson JK (eds) Proceedings of the first national maize workshop of Ethiopia. May 5–7 IAR/CIMMYT, Addis Ababa, pp 13–22 Google ScholarAuthor: Berhanu T. Ertiro, Girum Azmach, Tolera Keno, Temesgen Chibsa, Beyene Abebe, Girma Demissie, Dagne W.
The national review workshop, which is reported here, was held in and covered results of barley research and development work in the period up to We are sure that this review publication will add to the findings of the first workshop, and serve as a link between barley research and development in . Kebede M, Gezahagne B, Benti T, Mosisa W, Yigzaw D and Assefa A (). Maize Production Trends and research in Ethiopia. In: Benti T, Joel KR (eds.) Proceedings of the first National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia. May , Addis Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. IAR/CIMMYT, Addis Ababa. Komljenovic I, Markovic M, Danijela K, Kovacevic V ().Author: Alemayehu Assefa, Charles S Wortmann, Yigzaw Dessalegn, Kinde Tesfaye, Tamado Tana, Nigussie Dechass. Maize pathology research in Ethiopia: a review. Second National Maize Workshop of Ethiopia Proceedings. November, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Simons, S. Management strategies for maize grey leaf spot (Cercospora zeae-maydis) in Kenya and Zimbabwe. DFID Technical Report No. R Lyimo, N.G. Improving farmers’ access to andFile Size: KB. [5.] Mulatu K, Bohale G, Worku M, Desalegn Y and A Afete Maize production trends and research in Ethiopia. Paper presented to the first national maize workshop. May, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. [6.] Pandey RK, Maranville JW and A Admou Deficit irrigation and nitrogen effects on maize in a Sahelian environment. I. Grain yield and yield components.