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  1. Content type: Research

    Consumption patterns of mushrooms have increased in Ghana recently owing to its acknowledgement as a functional food. Different mushroom cultivation methods and substrate types have been linked to the quality ...

    Authors: Nii Korley Kortei, George Tawia Odamtten, Mary Obodai, Michael Wiafe-Kwagyan and Deborah Louisa Narh-Mensah

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:35

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    Soil acidity with associated low nutrient availability is one of the major constraints to faba bean (Vicia faba L.) production on Ethiopian highlands. Integrated use of organic and inorganic amendments is believe...

    Authors: Endalkachew Fekadu, Kibebew Kibret, Asmare Melese and Bobe Bedadi

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:16

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    Genetic improvement in livestock in developing countries like Ethiopia remains challenging; selection-based breeding schemes have the potential to provide resource-poor producers with access to improved animal...

    Authors: Y. Dagnew, M. Urge, Y. Tadesse and S. Gizaw

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:34

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    Potassium (K) availability depends on exchangeable K and relative amounts of other cations. Yet, the latter has mostly been overlooked. Thus, this study was conducted to evaluate availability and spatial distr...

    Authors: Fanuel Laekemariam, Kibebew Kibret and Hailu Shiferaw

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:13

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    Integrated application of inorganic NP and inoculation of Bradyrhizobium sp. exhibits various effect on nodulation and productivity of peanut in different locations. Therefore, this field experimental was set up ...

    Authors: Anteneh Argaw

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:20

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  6. Content type: Correction

    Following publication of the original article [1], the authors reported that the first author’s name is spelled incorrectly. In this Correction, the incorrect and correct author names are shown. The original p...

    Authors: Yeshambel Mekuriaw and Bimrew Asmare

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:32

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    The original article was published in Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:30

  7. Content type: Research

    Wild edible plants are of crucial importance in all parts of the world in supporting global food basket (about one billion people) on a daily basis. They are means of survival for rural communities, especially...

    Authors: Mekuanent Tebkew, Yohannis Gebremariam, Tadesse Mucheye, Asmamaw Alemu, Amsalu Abich and Dagim Fikir

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:12

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  8. Content type: Review

    World is facing agrarian as well as nutritional challenges. Agricultural lands with irrigation facilities have been exploited to maximum, and hence we need to focus on dry lands to further increase grain produ...

    Authors: Ashwani Kumar, Vidisha Tomer, Amarjeet Kaur, Vikas Kumar and Kritika Gupta

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:31

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    The huge livestock resources of the country could not be used to its potential due to lack of good-quality feed throughout the year. Consequently, finding alternative feed supplements for livestock is an impor...

    Authors: Yeshambel Mekuriaw and Bimrew Asmare

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:30

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:32

  10. Content type: Research

    Seed sector in Nepal has high comparative advantage, and the Government of Nepal has also emphasized to develop and strengthen seed supply system in Nepal. However, it has been facing different types of limita...

    Authors: Krishna P. Timsina and Ganesh P. Shivakoti

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:11

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    Horticultural crops are sources of vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber, but their cultivation is not widely practiced in developing countries, like Ethiopia due to small-scale farming systems and poor pre- an...

    Authors: Hagos Abraha Rahiel, Abraha Kahsay Zenebe, Gebreslassie Woldegiorgis Leake and Beyene Weldegerima Gebremedhin

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:29

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    Onion (Allium cepa L.) is member of the family Alliaceae and the most widely grown herbaceous biennial vegetable crop. Quality planting material is one of the major inputs to successful vegetable production. Howe...

    Authors: Maria Tesfaye, Derbew Belew, Yigzaw Dessalegn and Getachew Shumye

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:28

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    Livestock production under smallholder mixed crop–livestock (MCL) production systems is constrained by feed shortage and scarcity of land on which to grow feed. Livestock feeds are obtained from different sour...

    Authors: Mekete Bekele Tahir, Ashenafi Mengistu Wossen and Berhan Tamir Mersso

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:19

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    Botanicals are generally assumed to be more biodegradable, leading to less environmental problems. Combination of botanicals could enhance biological activity against insect pests. Hence, the amount of botanic...

    Authors: Jean Wini Goudoungou, Elias Nchiwan Nukenine, Christopher Suh, Tiburce Gangué and Dieudonné Ndjonka

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:26

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    Information on the morphometric character of indigenous sheep population in their habitat is prerequisite to set up the breed improvement under the farmer level in Ethiopia. Still, there is a long way to chara...

    Authors: Fsahatsion Hailemariam, Dawit Gebremicheal and Hagos Hadgu

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:27

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    Linkage of tourism with agriculture is critical for maximizing the contribution of local economic and tourism development. However, these two sectors are not well linked for sustainable local development in ma...

    Authors: Diriba Welteji and Biruk Zerihun

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:8

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  17. Content type: Research

    Mechanization is a multi-dimensional concept and widely used in agriculture. There is, however, a major difference between the application of mechanization in developed and developing countries The developing ...

    Authors: Mohammad Emami, Morteza Almassi, Hossein Bakhoda and Issa kalantari

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:24

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    Listeria monocytogenes is one of the commonly isolated foodborne pathogens which cause illness, and listeriosis is a disease caused by this pathogen in human beings. Pets that consume contaminated pet food diets ...

    Authors: Lesley Maurice Bilung, Victoria Ulok, Feven Mehari Tesfamariam and Kasing Apun

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:23

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    A field experiment to evaluate the dry matter yield and nutritive value of Sugar graze and Jumbo plus under irrigation was conducted at three different plant spacings (15 x 30, 15 x 45, 15 x 60 cm) on a red–ye...

    Authors: Sagana Pushparajah and Jeyalingawathani Sinniah

    Citation: Agriculture & Food Security 2018 7:22

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