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Exploring diversity in soil fertility management of smallholder farms in western Kenya: I. Heterogeneity at region and farm scale
(Elsevier Masson, 2005-11)
The processes of nutrient depletion and soil degradation that limit productivity of smallholder African farms are spatially heterogeneous. Causes of variability in soil fertility management at different scales of analysis ...
Conservation tillage, local organic resources and nitrogen fertilizer combinations affect maize productivity, soil structure and nutrient balances in semi-arid Kenya
(Springer Netherlands, 2011-06)
Smallholder land productivity in drylands can be increased by optimizing locally available resources, through nutrient enhancement and water conservation. In this study, we investigated the effect of tillage system, organic ...
Socio-Economic Predictors, Soil Fertility Knowledge Domains and Strategies for Sustainable Maize Intensification in Embu County, Kenya
Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) practices are widely recognized as crucial interventions but knowledge-intensive technologies for farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Very few studies have synthesized the ...