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Cassava varities that give 35 tons per ha
- Production techniques
- Where to get cuttings
- Addresses of seed producers

17/04/14
Focus
Cassava: Earn more with new varieties
Cassava is now offering new opportunities in the production of planting material, large-scale production of tubers for consumption as well as...
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17 Apr 2014
" The Seed law requires that the multiplier be trained "

What are the functions of the seed certification service in the cassava sector ?

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17 Apr 2014
Research promotes more productive varieties of cassava
Short production cycle, tolerance or resistance to cassava diseases and higher yields are some arguments that research give in favour of new cassava varieties developed in Cameroon
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17 Apr 2014
5 new cassava varieties from IITA
They are seen to be the most productive among the other fifteen.
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17 Apr 2014
How to produce cassava
Cassava can give very high yields per hectare, provided that the cuttings are of high quality and that all stages of production are carried out well.
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17 Apr 2014
« We provide technical support to producers »
PNDRT has been born again after ending its operations and its official were appointed late last year. What's new ?
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17 Apr 2014
“I expect the yields to triple,”
What varieties of cassava do you multiply ?
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17 Apr 2014
Protection against diseases
Cassava diseases should be prevented or combated effectively if not the farmer risk experiencing a big drop in production.
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17 Apr 2014
Profitable yam sett multiplication
- Multiplication techniques and yam production
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25 Feb 2014
Importance of mini sett multiplication technique
Beneficiaries of the technique
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25 Feb 2014
Rapid multiplication of yam setts by the mini sett technique
Rapid multiplication of yam setts by the mini sett technique
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25 Feb 2014
The rapid multiplication Process
Materials needed
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25 Feb 2014
Yam growing, a passion
Yam cultivation is a passion for Mama Shiri Elizabeth who at her early seventies still exhibits a passion for growing different species of yam.
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25 Feb 2014
Provisional exploitation cost and profit for 2000 yam setts in Commercial yam production
Expenditure on equipment for the first year
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25 Feb 2014
“I am selling yams because it is good business”
What inspired you to start selling yams?
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25 Feb 2014
Sweet and Irish potatoes,Make money with high yielding varieties
Production techniques, storage and farmers’ experiences
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21 Feb 2014
Sweet potato production
Sweet potato is cultivated for it’s tubers that are very rich in energy that serves as food for humans and livestock.
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21 Feb 2014
Preparing Irish potato seeds, planting and maintenance
Unlike some plants, potatoes can be seeded in two different ways.
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21 Feb 2014
Provisional exploitation cost of 1 hectare of Irish potato farm
Material needed for the first six months
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21 Feb 2014
Wheat, more than just a rotation crop
Irish potato farmers in Cameroon can rotate this crop with wheat since it does well in areas where irish potatoes are produced
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21 Feb 2014
Lucrative bee farming

- Honey production techniques,
- Making Kenyan top bar hives,
- Farmers’ experiences,

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08 Jan 2014
Bee hives: advantages and disadvantages
Kenyan Top Bar bee hives
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08 Jan 2014
Making a moveable Kenyan top bar bee hive
Standard sizes of Kenyan top bar bee hives allow a beekeeper to move combs from one hive to another.
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08 Jan 2014
Where to put the hive
The bee farmer most put his hive where;
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08 Jan 2014
Feeding bees during difficult seasons
July, August and September are very difficult periods for bees.
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08 Jan 2014
Fighting wax moth attacks on bees
One of the most dreaded pests in bee farming is the wax moth that lays its eggs on honey combs in the bee hive.
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08 Jan 2014
Preservation of honey
Because of its unique composition and chemical properties, honey is suitable for long-term storage, and is easily assimilated even after long preservation
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08 Jan 2014
Health properties of honey
Bees swallow, digest and regurgitate nectar to make honey; this nectar contains almost 600 compounds.
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08 Jan 2014
Description of the plant
Wheat is a cereal grain, originally from the Levant region of the ...
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09 Dec 2013
Groundnuts : The Legume with multiple uses
Production – processing - uses : Groundnut is an important cash crop to countries like Ghana, India, China and the USA...
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05 Dec 2013
“Groundnut is our own cash crop,”
Is it already harvesting time for groundnuts in this area ?
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05 Dec 2013
Seed Treatment
Before sowing it is recommended that groundnut seed be treated with a fungicide dust to control seedling blights caused by...
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05 Dec 2013
“When you plant on soft soil, it does well,”
Can you describe the process of groundnut production here?
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05 Dec 2013
“Groundnut plants need a lot of light to do well,”
“Groundnuts are grown in Muea, Bolifamba and Dibanda in Buea...
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05 Dec 2013
How to use fertilizers for better yields

- Soil types in Cameroon - Crops grown in each area
- Kinds of fertilizers and how to use them

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03 Dec 2013
Growth needs of plants
These are soil components that are needed by the plant to grow and produce.
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03 Dec 2013
Improving production in the Western Plateau Regions
These soils cover the North West and Western Regions.
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03 Dec 2013
Soils in forest areas with one rainy season
These are areas in the Littoral, South West and the border areas of the South.
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03 Dec 2013
Soils in forest zones with two rainy seasons
These kinds of soils are found in the Centre, South and East regions.
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03 Dec 2013
Why organic farming is better
Organic farming is a form of agriculture that relies on techniques such as crop rotation, green manure, compost and biological pest control.
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03 Dec 2013
Quality cocoa beans processing for better prices
Harvesting, fermentation, drying and marketing quality cocoa
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08 Nov 2013
Harvesting ready cocoa pots for processing
The quality of cocoa pods harvested depends on the production techniques adopted by the farmer.
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08 Nov 2013
Post harvest management of cocoa beans
The efforts of the farmer will come to nothing if at the level of post harvest treatment the farmer makes errors...
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08 Nov 2013
How to dry fermented cocoa beans
Cocoa beans produced under standard norms, well fermented and dried well will give the best grade of cocoa that will fetch good prices...
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08 Nov 2013
“All cocoa should be bought and sold in cocoa periodic markets”,
What are the functions of the NCCB in quality control ?
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08 Nov 2013
Reasons for failure of cocoa periodic markets
Both officials in the cocoa sector and farmers have admitted that the periodic cocoa markets are not functioning.
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08 Nov 2013
Important facts about cocoa/chocolate
Making cherished and highly consumed chocolates starts with the planting of the tropical cocoa tree that bears beautiful fruits needed by chocolate companies.
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08 Nov 2013
Cooperator says certification will solve cocoa quality problems
Some cocoa farmers believe that certification of cocoa producers in Cameroon will improve the quality of cocoa produced.
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07 Nov 2013
Profitable large-scale plantain production
Healthy seed production, managing the plantation and pest control
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19 Jul 2013
Techniques of plantain seedling multiplication
There are various techniques of multiplying plantain seedlings.
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19 Jul 2013
 
  Practicals tips
Producing quality chicken feed
Broiler feed formulas -Specialists advice on making feed -How to care for broilers from 0 to 21 days
17/04/14
How to safely reduce the cost of feed
CEO of PROVICAM sarl in Douala, Kamtcheu Bernard, experienced feed producer
17/04/14
How to raise chicks from day-old to the 21st day
From the 1st to 21st day, the chicks are at a very delicate phase of starting and must be followed-up carefully with much attention because success at this phase determines the success of a band.
17/04/14
Poultry Feeding related diseases
Fungal diseases
17/04/14
Feeding 500 table birds from 0-45 days
Poultry farmers take 45 days to get table birds ready for the market.
17/04/14
"Charlatans have invaded the ? feed mill sector"
"Charlatans have invaded the ? feed mill sector"
21/02/14
  Development news
Cavies, a silent source of income
Cavies, though erroneously known as Guinea pigs because they are neither from Guinea nor are they pigs, are a silent source of alternative income to farmers...
17/04/14
Introducing rural resource centres
Rural Resource Centres, an idea of the World Agroforestry Centre are vehicles in the dissemination of new agricultural technologies after having succeeded in the agro forestry
17/04/14
  Letters
There are two main phases in feeding broilers
I wish to start raising broilers and I would like to know the frequency of
17/04/14
  Advert
Agropastoral training gains grounds among youths
Since 2010, many young Cameroonians are going to agricultural training centres renovated by the state through the C2D - AFOP* program... la suite
17/04/14
 

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