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Farmers in western Maharashtra and Marathwada areas in Maharashtra state of India were recently trained on improved cultivation practices of postrainy sorghum – an important food and fodder crop in the region. The ICRISAT-HOPE project had distributed seed of five released varieties — Parbhani Moti, …
Recent HOPE interventions generated USD 541,000 for farmers in the Marathwada and western region of Maharashtra, India by improving on-farm productivity of postrainy sorghum.
Cultivated on close to 3 million hectares, sorghum is an important food and fodder crop of Marathwada and Western Maharashtra, India.
The ICRISAT-HOPE project in Ethiopia aims to increase dryland sorghum productivity in Western Hararge and North Wollo of Ethiopia. Sirinka Agricultural Research Centre (SARC) organized a farmers’ field day in Kobo, North Wollo Zone, Amhara State, Ethiopia on 12 November 2010 in collaboration with ICRISAT-ESA. …
The ICRISAT-HOPE project team in WCA was host, between 10 and 15 October 2010, to Dr Yilma Kebede, a Programme Officer with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Dr Hairstyle to. Fragrance woody greasy cures for ed for month? jambocafe.net cialis side effects in men …
The ICRISAT-HOPE team in Mali saw an action-packed week as it pursued Objective 6 of the project — stimulating adoption of improved technologies by smallholder farmers. On 24 September 2010, two days after Mali’s 50th anniversary celebrations, the organizers conducted a one-day training course on …