IPI International Potash Institute
IPI International Potash Institute

Regional activities

IPI activity in sub-Saharan Africa/Ethiopia

Coordination: sub-Saharan Africa/Ethiopia

Regional Projects & Demonstrations

Active Project : legend: active project
Past Project : legend: past project
Title:
Demonstration of the Increased Yield Response of Crops to Potassium and Sulphur Applications Grown on Acid Soils of Selected Woredas and Selected Vertisols of the Central Highlands
Location:
At different farmer training centers of the four bigger regions of Ethiopia
Country:
Ethiopia
Partners:

Prof. Tekalign Mamo, Ministry of Agriculture, Mulugeta Demiss, Agricultural Transformation Agency

Duration:
2012-2014
Project code:
SSA_2012_2
For more information, please contact the regional coordinator
 
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The Role of Potassium (K) in the Plant (in Urdu)
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The Role of Potassium (K) in the Plant (in Urdu)

New publication

What's new in the region...

  • Publication: Carbohydrates as a nitrogen use efficiency indicator in cassava more >
  • Paper: Response of Teff [Eragrostis tef (Zucc.) Trotter] to Potassium Fertilizer Application in Four Districts of North Shewa, Ethiopia more >
  • Paper: Rice Response to Potassium Fertilization in Mwea, Kenya more >
  • Paper: Potassium Availability in Selected Clayish Soils of the Ethiopian Central Highlands: Reassessment of Soil Testing Methods more >
  • Publication: Teff Compendium more >