World Congress of Soil Science Logo 18th World Congress of Soil Science
July 9-15, 2006 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
International Union of Soil Sciences
Monday, 10 July 2006 - Friday, 14 July 2006: 8:00 AM-6:00 PM
167: 4.2B Biologically Intensive Agriculture: an Approach to Combating Hunger for the Poor - Poster
Sawah Hypothesis for Green Revolution in West Africa.
Toshiyuki Wakatsuki, Faculty of Agriculture, Kinki Univ, Moro M. Buri, Soil Research Insititute, Oluwarotimi O. Fashola, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture
Use of Leguminous Shrubs for Improved Soil and Crop Productivity in the Central Highlands of Kenya.
Daniel N. Mugendi, Kenyatta Univ
Economic Evaluation of Locally Available Inputs for Soil Fertility Replenishment in the Smallholder Farming Systems of Meru South District, Kenya.
Monicah W. Mucheru-Muna, Kenyatta Univ, Daniel N. Mugendi, Kenyatta Univ
Role of Potato in Biologically Intensive Agriculture for Food Security and Management of Soil and Environment in Developing Countries.
J. P. Singh, Central Potato Research Station, S.S. Lal, Central Potato Research Institute
Treat the Earth Well.
Nanga Mady Kaye, Univ of Nebraska
The Need to Formally Assess Bio-Intensive Agriculture Practices and their Impact on Kenyan Smallholder Agriculture.
Beth A. Medvecky, Cornell Univ
The Impact of Biointensive Cropping on Yields and Nutrient Contents of Collard Greens in Kenya.
Gatua W. Mbugwa, Univ of Wyoming, Erick C.M. Fernandes, Cornell Univ, Max J. Pfeffer, Cornell Univ, Eloy Rodriguez, Cornell Univ
Biologically Intensive Agriculture - Renewing Earth and Its People.
John Beeby, Molecular Diagnostic Lab, Cornell Univ, John W. Doran, Univ of Nebraska and USDA-ARS cooperator, John Jeavons, Ecology Action
Allelopathic Potential of Neem Extract in Horticultural Crops.
Rudramuni M.S Rao V.K and Ravindra V, Indian Intitute of Horticultural Research
Intensive Agriculture and Precision Farming for Poverty Alleviation in India.
Subhash Chandra, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, D. K. Singh, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, A. K. Singh, Indian Agricultural Research Institute
Organic Rice Production for Export by Integrated Management under Sustainable Agriculture Concept.
Niyomtham B. and Niyomtham V., Rajamangala University of Technology Essan, Kalasin Campus and Kalasin Pithayasan School
Nutritional Enhancement of Life for People with HIV/AIDS in Kenya.
Eleonore Fosso Seumo, The Academy for Educational Development, Eric Rusten, The Academy for Educational Development
Biointensive Agriculture in Crete, Greece: A Companion for the Poor and the Rich.
Kostas Bouyouris, Mediterranean Association for Soil Health, Farm Planning and Management, Ken Cassman, Univ of Nebraska, Sotiris Babagiouris, Extension Services, Medditeranean Association of Soil Health
Toward Sustainable Farming Systems in the Republic of Moldova.
Boris P. Boincean, Reearch Institute of Field Crops "Selectia", John W. Doran, Univ of Nebraska and USDA-ARS Cooperator
Organic Matter for Improving Nutrient Use Efficiency in Cereal/Legume Cropping Systems in the West Africa Savanna.
Generose Nziguheba, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Chike Nwoke, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Gerd Dercon, Univ of Hohenheim, Jan Diels, Katholieke UnivLeuven Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
Integrating Multiple Soil Quality Impacts from Brassica Cover Crops.
Ray R. Weil, Univ of Maryland, Guihua Chen, Univ of Maryland, Jill Dean, Univ of Maryland, Amy Kremen, Univ of Maryland, Lisa Stocking, Univ of Maryland, Yvonne Lawely, Univ of Maryland, Bahram Momen, Univ of Maryland, Sandra Sardanelli, Univ of Maryland, Inga Zasada, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture- Agricultural Research Service, John Teasdale, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture- Agricultural Research Service, Stacy Williams, Univ of Maryland
Organic Iron-Fertilizers from Hornbeam-Leaves, Outer Tice-Husks, and Charcoal.
Pirouz Azizi, Dept of Soil Science, Univ Guilan, Bruno Glaser, Institute of Soil Science and Soil Geography, Univ of Bayreuth
Nitrogen Transfer between Clover and Wheat in an Intercropping Experiment.
Agathi-Valentini Pappa, The Univ of Edinburgh - Scottish Agricultural College, Robert M. Rees, The Univ of Edinburgh - Scottish Agricultural College, Christine A. Watson, Scottish Agricultural College
Green Manure Impacts on Nematodes, Arbuscular Mycorrhizal and Pathogenic Fungi in Tropical Soils Planted to Common Beans.
Edmundo Barrios, Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute of Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), George Mahuku, Bean Project, Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Jorge Navia, Facultad de Ciencias Agrícolas, Universidad de Nariño, Lorena Cortés, Departamento de Biología, Universidad del Valle, Neuza Asakawa, Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute of Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Carlos Jara, Bean Project, Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT), Jenny Quintero, Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute of Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT)
Denitrification and Nitrate Ammonification by a Rhizobial Agrobacterium Strain in the Presence of C2H2 and C2H4.
Gero E. Benckiser Sr., Institute of Applied Microbiology, Justus-Liebig Univ Giessen
Growth of Six Pistachio Cultivars with Respect to their Mycorrhizal Status, Soil Types and Phosphorus Uptake.
Narges Rohani, Shahid Bahonar Univ of Kerman, Ali Ahmadi-Moghadam, Shahid Bahonar Univ of Kerman
N P & K Balance in Swell-Shrink Soil (Vertisol) as Affected by IPNM in Pigeonpea + Soybean (2:4) Intercropping System under Rainfed Conditions in Central India.
Ramesh Chandra Jain, R.A.K. College of Agriculture

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