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Factors that influence reliability of information sources on soil fertility management practices in the Central Highlands of Kenya. The sixth JKUAT scientific, technological and industrialization conference Announcement to be held on16-18 November 2011 in JKUAT Main Campus Juja Nairobi, Kenya
Training needs in soil fertility management for farmers and extension workers in central highlands of Kenya
The objective of this study was to identify training requirements of farmers and extension agents for effective and enhanced uptake and utilization of these technologies in the central highlands of Kenya. The study was ...
Maize productivity as influenced by organic inputs and mineral fertilizer in a Nitisol soil in Meru South District
Declining land productivity is a major problem facing smallholder farmers in Kenya today. This decline primarily results from a reduction in soil fertility caused by continuous cultivation without adequate addition of ...
Use of leguminous shrubs for soil fertility improvement in sub-humid highlands of Kenya
Declining crop productivity is a major challenge facing smallholder farmers in central highlands of Kenya. This decline is caused by continuous cultivation of soils without adequate addition of external inputs in form of ...
Promotion of Leguminous Plants and Organic Inputs for Improving Soil Productivity in smallholder Farms of Central Highlands of Kenya
Declining soil and productivity is a major problem facing smallholder farmers in the central highlands of Kenya.This decline is caused by continuous cultivation of soils without adequate addition of external inputs in form ...
Participatory Evaluation of Water Harves ting Techniques for Establishing Improved Mango Varieties in Smallholder Farms of Mbeere District, Kenya
A participatory on-farm study was conducted in Mbeere District, Kenya, in 1996/97 to evaluate the effectiveness of two microcatchments (V-shaped and diamond shaped), and conventional planting holes in the establishment of ...