Institute of

Farm Economics

Further Publications of Hildegard Garming

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  1. Ekesa BN, Blomme G, Garming H (2011) Dietary diversity and nutritional status of pre-school children from Musa check for this species in other resources - dependent households in Gitega (Burundi) and Butembo (Democratic Republic of Congo). African J Food Agric Nutr Dev 11(4):4896-4911
  2. Garming H, Guardia S, Pocasangre L, Staver C (2011) Farmers' community enterprise for marketing organic bananas from Alto Beni, Bolivia: Impacts and threats. Enterprise Dev Microfin 27(3):210-224, DOI:10.3362/1755-1986.2011.024
  3. Dzomeku BM, Staver C, Aflakpui GK, Sanogo D, Garming H, Ankomah AA,, Darkey SK (2010) Evaluation of the dissemination of new banana (Musa spp.) technologies in central Ghana - the role of technology characteristics. Acta Hortic (Wageningen) 879:735-740
  4. Garming H, Roux N, van den Houwe I (2010) The impact of the Musa International Transit Centre : Review of its services and cost-effectiveness, and recommendations for rationalization of its operations. Rom; Montpellier: Biodiversity International, 149 p
  5. Garming H, Waibel H (2009) Pesticides and farmer health in Nicaragua: a willingness-to-pay approach to evaluation. Eur J Health Econ 10(2):125-133, DOI:10.1007/s10198-008-0110-9
  6. Garming H (2008) Pesticides and human health : an economic approach to evaluation. XX, 125 p, Hannover, Univ, Diss, 2008
  7. Garming H, Waibel H (2005) Economic analysis of the CATIE IPM, AF programme in Nicaragua : a publication of the pesticide policy project. Hannover: Development and Agricultural Economics, Faculty of Economics and Management, 57 p, Pesticide Policy Proj Publ Ser Spec Iss 10
  8. Garming H, Waibel H, Zander K (2002) Die Bedeutung des ökologischen Gartenbaus in Deutschland : eine Analyse der Datensituation und Möglichkeiten zu deren Verbesserung. Hannover: Bundesanstalt für Gartenbau und Ernährung, 52 p
  9. Waibel H, Garming H, Zander K (2001) Die Umstellung auf ökologischen Apfelanbau als risikobehaftete Investition. Agrarwirtschaft 50(7):439-450