tilahun amede
tilahun amede
principal scientist
Verified email at cgiar.org
TitleCited byYear
Improving water productivity in mixed crop–livestock farming systems of sub-Saharan Africa
K Descheemaeker, T Amede, A Haileslassie
Agricultural water management 97 (5), 579-586, 2010
872010
Mechanisms of drought resistance in grain legumes I: Osmotic adjustment
T Amede, S Schubert, K Stahr
SINET: Ethiopian Journal of Science 26 (1), 37-46, 2003
792003
Reversing the degradation of arable land in the Ethiopian Highlands
T Amede, T Belachew, E Geta
Managing Africa's Soils; no. 23, 2001
672001
Livestock water productivity in mixed crop–livestock farming systems of the Blue Nile basin: Assessing variability and prospects for improvement
A Haileslassie, D Peden, S Gebreselassie, T Amede, K Descheemaeker
Agricultural Systems 102 (1-3), 33-40, 2009
632009
Food security and nutrition–the Ethiopian case for action
DN Kaluski, E Ophir, T Amede
Public health nutrition 5 (3), 373-381, 2002
542002
Ecosystems for water and food security
E Boelee, S Atapattu, J Barron, P Bindraban, SW Bunting, D Coates, ...
Nairobi: United Nations Environment Programme, 2011
532011
Differential Drought Responses of Faba Bean (Vicia faba L.) Inbred Lines
T Amede, EV Kittlitz, S Schubert
Journal of agronomy and crop science 183 (1), 35-45, 1999
521999
Participatory integrated watershed management: evolution of concepts and methods in an ecoregional program of the eastern African highlands
L German, H Mansoor, G Alemu, W Mazengia, T Amede, A Stroud
Agricultural systems 94 (2), 189-204, 2007
502007
Analysis of gaps and possible interventions for improving water productivity in crop livestock systems of Ethiopia
K Descheemaeker, T Amede, A Haileslassie, D Bossio
Experimental Agriculture 47 (S1), 21-38, 2011
362011
Yield Gain and Risk Minimization in Maize (Zea Mays) through Cultivar Mixtures in Semi-arid Zones of the Rift Valley in Ethiopia
A Tilahun
Experimental Agriculture 31 (2), 161-168, 1995
331995
Opportunities and limitations of food–feed crops for livestock feeding and implications for livestock–water productivity
M Blümmel, M Samad, OP Singh, T Amede
The Rangeland Journal 31 (2), 207-212, 2009
322009
Harnessing benefits from improved livestock water productivity in crop–livestock systems of sub-Saharan Africa: synthesis
T Amede, K Descheemaeker, D Peden, A van Rooyen
The Rangeland Journal 31 (2), 169-178, 2009
322009
Livestock and water interactions in mixed crop-livestock farming systems of sub-Saharan Africa: interventions for improved productivity
K Descheemaeker, T Amede, A Haileslassie
IWMI, 2009
322009
Advancing human nutrition without degrading land resources through modeling cropping systems in the Ethiopian Highlands
T Amede, A Stroud, J Aune
Food and Nutrition Bulletin 25 (4), 344-353, 2004
322004
Integrated natural resource management in the highlands of eastern Africa: from concept to practice
LA German, J Mowo, T Amede, K Masuki
Routledge, 2013
312013
Integrated soil fertility and plant nutrient management in tropical agro-ecosystems: a review
G Agegnehu, T Amede
Pedosphere 27 (4), 662-680, 2017
302017
Impacts of soil and water conservation practices on crop yield, run-off, soil loss and nutrient loss in Ethiopia: review and synthesis
Z Adimassu, S Langan, R Johnston, W Mekuria, T Amede
Environmental management 59 (1), 87-101, 2017
292017
Livestock water productivity in the Blue Nile Basin: assessment of farm scale heterogeneity
A Haileslassie, D Peden, S Gebreselassie, T Amede, A Wagnew, ...
The rangeland journal 31 (2), 213-222, 2009
272009
Enabling the uptake of livestock–water productivity interventions in the crop–livestock systems of sub-Saharan Africa
T Amede, K Geheb, B Douthwaite
The Rangeland Journal 31 (2), 223-230, 2009
272009
Harmonizing the agricultural biotechnology debate for the benefit of African farmers
S Kelemu, G Mahuku, M Fregene, D Pachino, N Johnson, L Calvert, I Rao, ...
African Journal of Biotechnology 2 (11), 394-416, 2003
272003
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