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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
Orchard of Mangoes and Oranges for Soil Fertility Improvement.
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Orchard of Mangoes and Oranges for Soil Fertility ... [Uganda]

The technology involves growing of Mangoes (Mangifera indica) and Oranges (Citrus sinensis) in the same field with the aim of conserving the environment, protecting soil from erosion, and generating income from the sale of fruits.

  • Compiler: Kamugisha Rick Nelson
Semi-Intensive Goat Farming Practice  for Pasture Conservation
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Semi-Intensive Goat Farming Practice for Pasture Conservation [Uganda]

Goats are stall fed during dry season and open-grazed during rain season. In a semi-intensive system, animals are kept under confinement in which they are stall–fed for some period of time (weeks to months, especially during the dry seasons) followed by another period of open grazing during the rainy seasons.

  • Compiler: PRISCILLA VIVIAN KYOSABA
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