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Optimizing Fertilizer & ISFM in Tanzania

Summary:

Optimizing Fertilizer Use within the Context of Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Tanzania is chapter 14 of the OFRA publication - Fertilizer use optimization in sub-Saharan Africa

OFRA book on Fertilizer Use Optimization - low res

Languages:
English
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Radio transcript 14: Review land prep & fertilizer (Campaign Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 03 June 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili).First broadcast on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenter: Kristian Sumari

Expert: Edith Kadege

Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio transcript 15: Preparation to harvest beans (Campaign Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 10 June 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili).First broadcast on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenters: Hilda Kinabo and Kristian Sumari

Expert: Digna Masawe

Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio transcript 16: Preparation for storing beans (Campaign Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 17 June 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili).First broadcast on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenter: Kristian Sumari

Expert: Digna Masawe

Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio Transcript 13: Prep for bean storage (Campaign Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 27 May 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili).First broadcast on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenter: Hilda Kinabo and Kristian Sumari

Expert: Edith Kadege

ICT question:

What preparations are you doing before harvesting your beans?

Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio transcript 11: Pesticides application (Campaign: Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 13 May 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili) on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenters: Hilda Kinabo & Kristian Sumari

Expert: Fatima

Farmers: Beri Mwaikamba, Martha, Elionora Shayo and Apaikunda Anderson

ICT question:

Which among the following ways do you use to spray pesticide?

1. Back-pack container

2. Hand Container

3. Tree leaves

4. Other ways

Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio transcript 10: Bean attacking insects (Campaign Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 06 May 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili) on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenter: Hilda Kinabo and Kristian Sumari

Expert: Fatima

Farmers: Apaikunda Anderson, Daniel Kahaya, Dominiki, Dora Elifasi, Anderson Pallangyo, Elionora Shayo, Mariam Agai, Nivana, Joshua Malela and Tresesi Fanueli

ICT question:

Which among the following pest attacks your beans

  • Kirombosho
  • Nondo
  • Weevils/bruchids
  • Ootheca
  • Bollworm
  • White flies
  • Spiny brown bug, Giant Coreid bug, Riptortus,
  • and Green stink bug
Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio transcript 9: Beans – viral diseases (Campaign: Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 29 April 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili) on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenter: Kristian Sumari

Expert: Edith Kadege

Farmers include: Geofrey Kalidi Ayo and Jesephat Pallangyo

ICT question:

Which among the following are diseases attacking your beans on the farm?

  1. Others diseases
  2. Wilting
  3. Angular leaf spot
  4. Virus diseases
Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio transcript 8: Bean diseases (Campaign: Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 22 April 2016  on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili) on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenter: Kristian Sumari

Experts: Edith Kadege

Farmers including: Dominiki Kahaya, Elifania, Khamisi, Ruben Pallangyo and Sadiki

Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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Radio transcript 7: Weeding beans (Campaign: Feb 2016)

Summary:

First broadcast 15 April 2016 on the Radio 5 Fahari Yangu program (broadcast in Kiswahili) on Fridays at 6:00 pm repeated on Saturday at 9:00 pm. Farm Radio International facilitated the development of this program with technical from CABI- Africa Soil Health Consortium program the Selian Agricultural Research Institute and members of the Legume Alliance with funding from the IDRC Scaling-up Legume Technologies program.

Section 1: English translation

Section 2: Kiswahili transcript

Featuring

Presenters:

Hilda Kinabo

Digna Masawe

Farmers included: Ndekisa Pallnyo

ICT question:

When do you weed your beans?

Languages:
English, Swahili / Kiswahili
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