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  1. THE USE OF RICE CROP RESIDUES AS A NON ...

    ... THE USE OF RICE CROP RESIDUES AS A NON-COMMERCIAL ENERGY SOURCE IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD: THE ENERGY AND ...

    http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pnaaq737.pdf

  2. THE USE OF CROP RESIDUES FOR ANIMAL FEED INTHE ...

    THE USE OF CROP RESIDUES FOR ANIMAL FEED INTHE GAMBIA by ... THE USE OF CROP RESIDUES FOR ANIMAL FEED INTHE GAMBIA by ...

    http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pnaau839.pdf

  3. Scaling Biochar: Investing in Soils, Improving Livelihoods and ...

    ... Researchers have shown that by adding charcoal dust – which can be produced from crop residues and other wastes – to soil, they can reverse ...

    http://www.usaid.gov/div/portfolio/scaling-biochar-investing

  4. From Underachiever to Progressive Farmer | US Agency for ...

    ... disturbance. No-till farming requires specialized seeding equipment designed to plant seeds into crop residues and soil. Through ...

    http://www.usaid.gov/results-data/success-stories/underachiever-progressive-farmer

  5. Lifting Livelihoods with Livestock

    ... Additional livestock feed sources include crop residues such as teff straws and stovers, atela (traditional beer residue),3 and salt. ...

    http://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1860/Lifting%20livelihoods%20with%20livestock.pdf

  6. Agricultural Mechanisation Strategies for Rwanda, Shifting ...

    ... Since the implementation of the Crop Intensification Programme, yields have also grown significantly. ... SP 3.2.7.c. Promote soya as a CIP crop ...

    http://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1860/Strategic%20Plan%20for%20the%20Transformation%20of%20Agriculture%20in%20Rwanda,%20Phase%20III.pdf

  7. Crop Production Training Manual for Agriculture Extension ...

    ... This provides time for crop residues to decompose over time, prior to the next cultivating season, making nutrients available for the coming season. ...

    https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/GetDoc.axd?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjktZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&pID=NTYw&attchmnt=VHJ1ZQ==&rID=MzM1NzQ1

  8. Edible Oilseed Crop Guidebook for Uganda: Groundnut ...

    ... rotation. The possible toxic effects of decomposing crop residues on the succeeding crop must also be considered. Generally ...

    https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/GetDoc.axd?ctID=ODVhZjk4NWQtM2YyMi00YjRmLTkxNjktZTcxMjM2NDBmY2Uy&pID=NTYw&attchmnt=VHJ1ZQ==&rID=MzM5OTc5

  9. Promoting Affordable, Efficient Cookstoves | US Agency for ...

    ... Worldwide, an estimated 2.4 billion people depend on biomass fuels (wood, dung, crop residues) to meet their cooking needs and heat their homes ...

    http://www.usaid.gov/what-we-do/economic-growth-and-trade/promoting-affordable-efficient-cookstoves

  10. The DIV Portfolio by Sector | US Agency for International ...

    ... Approximately 698 million households in Sub-Saharan Africa rely on biomass (wood, crop residues, charcoal, dung) as their primary source of ...

    http://www.usaid.gov/div/portfolio

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