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Technical assistance for the introduction of Quinoa and appropriation / institutionalization of its production in Algeria - Second Evaluation Report  2015.
This report, like the previous ones, is written in the frame of project (TCP/RAB/3403), entitled “Technical Assistance for the introduction of the Quinoa and appropriation/institutionalization of its production in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Mauritania, Sudan and Yemen.” and following the contract I signed with FAO as a national consultant, referring to the tasks assigned to me in terms o
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Introduction to Quinoa  2015.
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Final Report on Quinoa Evaluation Trials in Lebanon  2015.
LB2016005809Quinoa is native to the Andes Mountains in South America, where it was planted since more than 5000 years in the region surrounding Lake Titicaca in Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Quinoa is called "mother grain ' in the language of the Incas and constitutes their basic food source as it remains the most important food crop for their grandchildren the Quechua and Aymara living in rural areas.
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Quinoa is native to the Andes Mountains in South America, where it was planted since more than 5000 years in the region surrounding Lake Titicaca in Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Quinoa is called "mother grain ' in the language of the Incas and constitutes their basic food source as it remains the most important food crop for their grandchildren the Quechua and Aymara living in rural areas.
Final Report about Quinoa Production & Research in Egypt (November 2014 to September 2015)  2015.
EG2016002642The project succeeded in growing all new quinoa accessions in research stations and also with private sectors under harsh conditions of sandy soils with new irrigation systems to save water. The most important findings of this experiment is to overcome the barrier of the productivity of quinoa to 2.380 tons per hectare under harsh conditions of sandy soil, the targeted areas for growing Quinoa in
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The project succeeded in growing all new quinoa accessions in research stations and also with private sectors under harsh conditions of sandy soils with new irrigation systems to save water. The most important findings of this experiment is to overcome the barrier of the productivity of quinoa to 2.380 tons per hectare under harsh conditions of sandy soil, the targeted areas for growing Quinoa in
Algeria Quinoa Project Summary  2015.
DZ2015000086The trials succeeded only in the three sites of the south of the country (Biskra, El Oued and Adrar), where the crop of the quinoa was irrigated during all the vegetative cycle. In the sites implemented in the north of the country (Setif, Tiaret, Relizane and Baïnem) the trials were compromised by the very hard climatic conditions (excessive cold and lack of precipitations) and by a severe weeds i
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The trials succeeded only in the three sites of the south of the country (Biskra, El Oued and Adrar), where the crop of the quinoa was irrigated during all the vegetative cycle. In the sites implemented in the north of the country (Setif, Tiaret, Relizane and Baïnem) the trials were compromised by the very hard climatic conditions (excessive cold and lack of precipitations) and by a severe weeds i
Introduction to Quinoa Crop  2015.
EG2015000719Quinoa is native to the Andes mountains in South America, where it was planted since more than 5000 years in the region surrounding Lake Titicaca in Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Quinoa is called "mother grain ' in the language of the Incas and constitutes their basic food source as it remains the most important food crop for their grandchildren the Quechua and Aymara living in rural areas.
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Quinoa is native to the Andes mountains in South America, where it was planted since more than 5000 years in the region surrounding Lake Titicaca in Peru, Bolivia and Chile. Quinoa is called "mother grain ' in the language of the Incas and constitutes their basic food source as it remains the most important food crop for their grandchildren the Quechua and Aymara living in rural areas.
Evaluation of Quinoa Cultivars  2015.
XF2015000709Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) is a very important cultivated food crop in the Peruvian and Bolivian Andes for more than 5000 years. Recently quinoa has attracted global attention due to its high nutritional value and strong growth and production potential under abiotic stress conditions such as drought and soil salinity. Apart from the high protein content, the grains are also rich in essenti
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Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) is a very important cultivated food crop in the Peruvian and Bolivian Andes for more than 5000 years. Recently quinoa has attracted global attention due to its high nutritional value and strong growth and production potential under abiotic stress conditions such as drought and soil salinity. Apart from the high protein content, the grains are also rich in essenti
Yemen Progress Report  2015.
YE2015000820In Yemen, as a result of many reasons such as economic, climate change, water scarcity, the rate food in secure and malnutrition in the country has increased until it reached its highest rate after political crisis and civil war. Where 80% of population are suffered from food in secure The Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation of Yemen with the help of many donors, including, Food and Agriculture
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In Yemen, as a result of many reasons such as economic, climate change, water scarcity, the rate food in secure and malnutrition in the country has increased until it reached its highest rate after political crisis and civil war. Where 80% of population are suffered from food in secure The Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation of Yemen with the help of many donors, including, Food and Agriculture
Sudan Technical Report (2014/2015)  2015.
SD201500079119 Quinoa genotypes were tested under Sudan conditions during 2014/2015 in 5 locations three of them in Central Sudan (Shambat, Soba and Bagare) and two in Northern Sudan (Merowe and Dongola). The materials were arranged in RCB design with 3 replicates. Seed yield (in t/ha), plant height stem thickness and number of branches per plant were investigated. Days to seed maturity were monitored. The tr
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19 Quinoa genotypes were tested under Sudan conditions during 2014/2015 in 5 locations three of them in Central Sudan (Shambat, Soba and Bagare) and two in Northern Sudan (Merowe and Dongola). The materials were arranged in RCB design with 3 replicates. Seed yield (in t/ha), plant height stem thickness and number of branches per plant were investigated. Days to seed maturity were monitored. The tr
Final Report of Activities on Quinoa in Mauritania  2015.
MR2015000058In the framework of the project "TCP/RAB/3403 / FAO" entitled "Technical Assistance for the establishment of Quinoa and ownership / institutionalization of its production in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Mauritania, Sudan and Yemen", the National Agricultural Research Center and Agricultural Development (CNRADA) has renewed for the second consecutive year a test of varietal behavior on the
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In the framework of the project "TCP/RAB/3403 / FAO" entitled "Technical Assistance for the establishment of Quinoa and ownership / institutionalization of its production in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Mauritania, Sudan and Yemen", the National Agricultural Research Center and Agricultural Development (CNRADA) has renewed for the second consecutive year a test of varietal behavior on the
Iraq Final Evaluation Report  2015.
IQ2015000726Cooperation agreement were signed between FAO and the ministry of agriculture of Iraq for introduction, promotion, utilization and development of Quinoa as a potential priority and emphasize the need for building necessary technical capacity and upgrading the skills of the farmers and extension services through provision of technical services using enhanced demonstration/extension capacities. This
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Cooperation agreement were signed between FAO and the ministry of agriculture of Iraq for introduction, promotion, utilization and development of Quinoa as a potential priority and emphasize the need for building necessary technical capacity and upgrading the skills of the farmers and extension services through provision of technical services using enhanced demonstration/extension capacities. This
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