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Agriculture is the main stay of Ethiopian economy, contributing 50% share in the gross domestic product (GDP).
About 85% of the population is engaged in agriculture; about 75% of the Ethiopia’s industry is engaged in processing of farm products (Yohannes, 1991).
From the total area in the country, 69% is estimated to be suitable for agricultural purposes.
Horticultural crops are rich in vitamins, carbohydrates and other nutrients that contribute to a major portion to an Ethiopian daily dish mix.
Some nutritional deficiencies like vitamin A and C, and iron can be corrected by use of selected vegetable and fruits as well as root crops.
Adoption of fruit varieties which are high yielding and disease resistance were realized to be appropriate alleviating measures following the fact that it improved livelihood of local farmers.
The survey report which was conducted at region level in 2014, also confirmed that the yield obtained from the local cultivars is too low.
I am Misgana Mitiku Shertore, I was born in 1987 in Wonji.I attended my higher education in Jima University.
I got my 1st degree in Horticulture from Jimma University in 2010.After graduation; I joined Southern Agricultural Research Institute by being plant pathology researcher.
Currently, I am MSc candidate in Hawassa University.
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