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Technology validation and transfer

By: Getachew Asamenew.
Contributor(s): Adugna Haile [coaut.] | Hailu Beyene [coaut.] | Workeneh Negatu [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1993ISBN: 92-9053-269-6.Subject(s): Africa | Africa south of Sahara | Agricultural population | Development policies | East Africa | Equipment characteristics | Genetic soil types | Human population | Occupations | Production | Rural population | Soil typesDDC classification: 95-010812 In: Tekalign Mamo; Abiye-Astatke; Srivastava,-K.L.; Asgelil-Dibabe (eds.). Technical Committee of the Joint Vertisol Project, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). Improved management of Vertisols for sustainable crop-livestock production in the Ethiopian highlands: Synthesis report 1986-92. Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). ILCA. Mar 1993. p. 139-14695-010812Summary: As farming in Ethiopia is heavily dependent on animal traction, technologies that are based on this power source were envisaged to be appropriate for better management of Vertisols. Hence, the Joint Vertisol Project (JVP) began research on improved Vertisol technology that included 1) the use of an animal-drawn broadbed maker (BBM) to facilitate surface drainage and 2) the use of appropriate seeds, fertiliser and early planting. The aim of the technology verification and transfer were to verify the economic viability and acceptability of the BBM/Vertisol technology package and to popularise the technology so as to encourage large-scaleCollection: AGRIS Collection
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As farming in Ethiopia is heavily dependent on animal traction, technologies that are based on this power source were envisaged to be appropriate for better management of Vertisols. Hence, the Joint Vertisol Project (JVP) began research on improved Vertisol technology that included 1) the use of an animal-drawn broadbed maker (BBM) to facilitate surface drainage and 2) the use of appropriate seeds, fertiliser and early planting. The aim of the technology verification and transfer were to verify the economic viability and acceptability of the BBM/Vertisol technology package and to popularise the technology so as to encourage large-scale

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