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Biochar Production and Application

Geoecology Energy Organisation [GEO]

The Geoecology Energy Organisation is now promoting the production of biochar, a pure carbon charcoal obtained by burning plant and agricultural waste in confined spaces. It is an extremely potent fertilizer that enriches soil, enhances ...

Centrifuge 2.0

VOCA

Created by VOCA, the Centrifuge 2.0 is a low-cost centrifuge design for the extraction of avocado oil. The team is currently designing a set of centrifuge technologies to allow the production of avocado oil at the local level in small villages ...

Development in Gardening (DIG)

Development in Gardening (DIG)

Development In Gardening (DIG) empowers communities to develop sustainable community gardens improving the nutrition and quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS, orphans, pregnant women and other vulnerable populations in Africa and ...

Esoko

Esoko

Esoko is a technology platform and consulting service that helps organizations profile people and manage the information flows between them. Esoko's focus is on agricultural value chains with the explicit goal of improving the transparency of ...

Georadar - Ground Penetrating Radar

Estudio G&D

Georadar technology can be used to map and to determine the depth of water tables. Even without rain water, water can be provided for crops, if the roots come into contact with the water table zone. Georadar (GPR, Ground Penetrating Radar) is ...

Green Charcoal

D-Lab MIT

Green charcoal is a type of bio-fuel that can be made locally and inexpensively. Green charcoal also has several positive health, environmental and economic benefits:

-It burns cleanly, reducing exposure to the smoke that causes respiratory ...

GreenPath

Through a multi-step approach, GreenPath Food operates a complete supply chain to assist farmers in reaching premium markets. This is achieved by:

1) Investing in equipment for community farms staffed by experts. 2) Teaching farmers ...

Horizon International

Peer reviewed answers to problems in the interrelated areas of environment, health, poverty alleviation and development. ...

Inspiration Green

'Keyhole Gardens' is a gardening method that uses locally available materials to retain moisture and nutrients by placing an active compost pile in the center of a round garden bed. Although most helpful in hot and dry locations, a Keyhole ...

MFarm, Ltd.

M-Farm is a transparency tool for Kenyan farmers where they simply SMS the number 3555 to get information pertaining to the retail price of their products, buy their farm inputs directly from manufacturers at favorable prices, and find buyers ...

The Old Farmer's Almanac

The Native American Three Sisters gardening technique is an example of companion planting. The "three sisters" are corn, pole beans, and either pumpkins or squash. This trio is one of the easiest and most satisfying to grow.

Each of the ...

One Acre Fund

One Acre Fund develops market systems for subsistence farmers in sub-Saharan Africa. With the Fund's services farmers are able to farm more productively, profit from their harvest and reinvest in their farm. As a result, the farmers have a more ...

TeNeT

In collaboration with Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP), an NGO based in New Delhi, the Telecommunications and Computing Networking Group (TeNeT) are offering online consultancy to farmers through videomail using the software ...

PanAAC

PanAAC has initiated programs aimed at strengthening linkages between producers of technology agricultural training institutions and agribusiness in order to make agricultural graduates owners of business, employers and skilled and marketable ...

Solidarites International

Most urban households in the developing world are located in slums, where agricultural plots are rare and land prices are high. Consequently, urban households are totally dependent on markets for their food and are vulnerable to volatile food ...

Seawater Greenhouse Ltd

The Seawater Greenhouse creates new sources of fresh water derived from seawater, and a climate that is suited for growing plants, both within and beyond the greenhouse structure. It enables the cultivation of crops in hot and arid regions of ...

The Desert Green House Project

The desert greenhouse is a method for transforming sandy wasteland into arable land to plant vegetables and fruits and to increase the output of high-quality agricultural products.

According to scientific inspection and verification, many ...

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