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Kalema Andrew Joseph
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  • Dr.Ssekyewa Charles
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  • Nyanzi Samuel
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Julius Caesar Ssemyalo replied to Kalema Andrew Joseph's discussion Soil and Atmospheric Carbon Basics in the group Microorganisms in Africa
"Dear Andrew, I would opine that carbon sinks are part of the solution but what is your comment on the charcoal burning for town dwellers who cannot afford LPG and or hydro electricity - a case of Uganda? Julius"
Apr 9, 2014
Kalema Andrew Joseph and Judith Josephat Merinyo are now friends
Jun 1, 2013
Kalema Andrew Joseph is now friends with Hilda Kamali and MAJANJA MARTIN
Jun 25, 2012
Saaka Miisi left a comment for Kalema Andrew Joseph
"Please send me info related to micro organism preparations."
Apr 22, 2012
Nyanzi Samuel commented on Kalema Andrew Joseph's blog post Microorganism Technique Now in Africa
"Dear Mr. Kalema this is an intersting news and as RUCID we would like to venture into it. I hope we can have a good working example where other farmers and scholers can learn from. Let us take it up and thanks that this technology is here…"
Jan 11, 2012
Kalema Andrew Joseph is now friends with Grace Murungi, Pelle Aardema and Maarten Van Leeuwen
Dec 5, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph joined Progreso Network's group
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Productivity Challenge

How would YOU increase coffee productivity? Productivity is an important issue that has a direct effect on farmers' profits. More production leads to a higher income and the chance for farmers to improve their standard of living.See More
Nov 24, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph left a comment for Ssebadduka Elisha Bireke
"Hi Elisha,   Happy to meet you on this network.   Greetings.   Kalema."
Oct 20, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph left a comment for Nyanzi Samuel
"Hello Samuel,   Welcome to Progreso Network, a point you can share your farming knowledge and skill. Best regards, Kalema.  "
Oct 20, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph left a comment for Sharon Againe
"Hello Charon, Welcome to Progreso Network!! Saludos Kalema    "
Oct 20, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph added a discussion to the group Microorganisms in Africa
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Soil and Atmospheric Carbon Basics

Soil Carbon - A Brief HistoryThe world’s soils became a major source of atmospheric carbon around 1860, when agriculture began rapid expansion onto previously uncultivated lands. Soil was the leading source of new atmospheric carbon until the burning of fossil fuels finally surpassed it in the late 1970s.Most soil carbon is part of soil organic matter. The component parts of soil organic matter include living organisms, the slightly altered constituents of recently living organisms (lipids,…See More
Oct 12, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph replied to Progreso Network's discussion The Secret is in the Soil in the group Microorganisms in Africa
"This is a good article and a shakeup that makes us think beyond what we see on our farms. As Charles highlighted that soils in Africa are "technically dead", this situation is real and has resulted into significant decline in crop…"
Sep 7, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph favorited Progreso Network's group Microorganisms in Africa
Aug 11, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph favorited Sylvia Natukunda's profile
Aug 8, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph left a comment for Sylvia Natukunda
"Bienvenido al progreso network."
Aug 8, 2011
Kalema Andrew Joseph favorited Progreso Network's group ProClimate challenge
Aug 4, 2011

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Kalema Andrew Joseph's Blog

Microorganism Technique Now in Africa





For the first time in Africa – Uganda in particular, producer organisations are now engaged in the use of efficient indigenous or…

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Posted on May 6, 2010 at 11:30am — 2 Comments

EXCHANGE BETWEEN UGANDA AND PERU ON MICROORGANISMS



A so called learning expedition on the use of naturally extracted microorganisms from forest soils was organised in Tingo Maria, in the province of Huanuco, Peru. From the 19th to 21st of October 2009 celebrating the 1st International conference on use of microorganisms in preparation of organic manure. A learning expedition organised by La Cooperative Agraria Cafetalera Divisoria Ltda in collaboration with Progreso Programa and Agroambiente… Continue

Posted on December 1, 2009 at 2:30pm — 4 Comments

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At 5:31pm on April 22, 2012, Saaka Miisi said…

Please send me info related to micro organism preparations.

At 10:54am on August 8, 2011, Progreso Network said…

Hi Kalema,

I'm just confirming that we received your proposal for the ProClimate challenge, thanks! We will pass it on to the judges, good luck!

Scott

 
 
 

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