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Population Growth, Gender and Food production in Kenya: The Case of Small Scale Farmers in Kenya
(Union for African Population Studies, 1998)
Improving food production using ‘best bet’ soil fertility technologies in the Central highlands of Kenya
(Springer Netherlands, 2007)
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 ...
Socioeconomic factors influencing levels of knowledge in soil fertility management in the central highlands of Kenya
This study aimed at identifying the knowledge levels of the farmers and the socioeconomic factors influencing the levels of knowledge on use of animal manure, inorganic fertilizers and combination of animal manure and ...
Addressing challenges in communicating adaptation practices to smallholder farmers in Kenya through a radio intervention
(Istituto Agronomico per l'Oltremare (IAO), 2017)
Farmers in Africa are particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change due to their high dependency on climate-sensitive natural resources. Kenyan farmers are faced with limited public agricultural extension ...