Ensete

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2004) Distinction between wild and cultivated enset (Ensete ventricosum) gene pools in Ethiopia using RAPD markers.
This allowed Enset to create a dedicated retail storefront.
However, its production, like that of banana in east and central Africa, has now been terribly affected by the deadly bacterial wilt disease which attacks all the varieties of enset and is found in all the enset-cultivating areas of the country.
In the small piece of land farmed by a very hospitable farmer Aman Ibrahim and his family, we saw not only teff, enset and sorghum, but also arabica coffee, medicinal plants, papaya, vegetables and spices, grown on every available space.
Diseases of Banana, Abaca, and Enset (Nueva York: CABI Publishing, 2000) pp.
In Create_rel_open, the possibility of arbitrary additions of unrestricted members forces us to enrich the state with an attribute enset recording which are the seeds that the user has selected to reach that state.
In Korate PERCENT OF Sidama, women own trinkets ALL COMMON such us combs, enset scraper, and HOUSEHOLD their clothes.
Enset A plant that can be used as food or for baking bread
Growth gas exchange chlorophyll a fluorescence biomass accumulation and partitioning in droughted and irrigated plants of two enset (Ensete ventricosum Welw.
The most important biotic constraint for the production of enset (Ensete ventricosum), a staple banana-like food crop for over 20 million people in Southern Ethiopia, is bacterial wilt disease caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv musacearum.
Outcome 2: Crop Wild Relatives and farmer varieties are conserved in in situ gene banks and on-farm conservation sites Outcome 3: Markets provide incentive for farmer uptake of agrobiodiversity friendly practices, particularly for wild Arabica coffee, enset, tef and durum wheat
The staple crops are teff (Eragrostis tef) and cereals in the north and central parts; enset (Ensete ventricosum), cassava (Manihot esculenta), maize (Zea mays), cereals, and root crops in the South and Southwest; and sorghum and maize in the East of the country (25).