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Title:Lɔga Kɛna Kama
Alternative Title:The Issue of Fruit Trees
A book about fruit trees
Contributor (author):Siralugu, Kite
Olebhuseni, Bardhasay
Olebhuseni, Sagiro
Olebhuseni, Bardulla
Olebhuseni, Barkawari
Olegidhangi, Hallaga
Contributor (consultant):Zɛb, Bɛkɛlɛ
Contributor (illustrator):Bɛlachow, Mɛmihir Mamo
Date (W3CDTF):2005
Description:This booklet is a summary of lessons about fruit tree planting in the Tulgit area, where the described trees are still hardly known. The Surma Project has introduced these fruit trees to the area. People like the fruit very much and are now starting to know the trees. These fruit trees could be of great value, especially in the annual hunger times. As the area is dry, the trees described require a lot of care in planting, watering and watching for the first one or two years. The Suri are a semi-nomadic people, who move their villages and gardens every few years. So it is to be seen whether trees like mango and avocado, which take a long time until they produce fruit, will be cultivated or not. The students of the literacy classes have been involved in fruit tree planting for the last 5 years.
Description (URI):http://www.sil.org/resources/archives/58335
Extent:17 pages
Is Version Of (URI):oai:sil.org:36489
Language (ISO639):suq
Publisher:Suri Literacy Project
Spatial Coverage (ISO3166):ET
Subject:Suri language
Subject (ISO639):suq
Type (DCMI):Text


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Citation: Siralugu, Kite; Olebhuseni, Bardhasay; Olebhuseni, Sagiro; Olebhuseni, Bardulla; Olebhuseni, Barkawari; Olegidhangi, Hallaga. 2005. Suri Literacy Project.
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Country: Ethiopia
Area: Africa

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