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Bamboo-Woven Bee Hives
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Bamboo-Woven Bee Hives [Uganda]

Using relatively cheap and locally available bamboo material to make bee hives is adaptable to local setting and reduces harvesting of large native trees

  • Compiler: Bernard Fungo
Intercropping Bananas and Pineapple for Optimal Land Utilisation
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Intercropping Bananas and Pineapple for Optimal Land Utilisation [Uganda]

A banana (musa acuminata) and pineapple (ananas comosus) inter-cropping system focusses on optimal land utilization and efficient use of available resources for small holder farmers. This is a good practice for controlling long term soil loss in agro-ecosystems. It involves less crop- and soil management practices as compared to annual …

  • Compiler: Jalia Namakula
Wire Mesh Maize Storage Crib
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Wire Mesh Maize Storage Crib [Uganda]

Wire mesh maize storage crib technology is a medium to large scale technology promoted by a farmer in Kamwenge District in South Western Uganda to prevent maize grains from being affected by rainfall. The technology allows for good air circulation which is essential for drying out the maize grains. In …

  • Compiler: PRISCILLA VIVIAN KYOSABA
Growing Improved Pastures for Sustainable Dairy Production
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Growing Improved Pastures for Sustainable Dairy Production [Uganda]

Growing Improved Pastures (chloris gayana, brachiaria mulato and pernisetum purpurem) is a technology promoted among small, meduim scale farmers in Kyegegwa District, Western Uganda for sustainable dairy production, improved nutrition and sustainable land management.

  • Compiler: Jalia Namakula
Small Scale Irrigation System for Pasture Production
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Small Scale Irrigation System for Pasture Production [Uganda]

Small scale irrigation system for pasture production. This is practiced by a farmer who effectively utilized a swamp by constructing a relatively small water reservoir for watering pastures during dry season to ensure continuous pasture production all year around.

  • Compiler: PRISCILLA VIVIAN KYOSABA
Mango and paw-paw fruit tree growing
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Mango and paw-paw fruit tree growing [Uganda]

Fruit growing is one of the important and high paying branches of horticulture that involves planting of improved mango (mangifera indica) and paw paw (carica papaya)varieties in rows, with pawpaws(carica papaya) planted in between the mango(mangifera) trees with the aim of obtaining fruits for sale for income and environmental conservation.

  • Compiler: PRISCILLA VIVIAN KYOSABA