Profitable and sustainable nutrient management systems for East and Southern African smallholder farming systems: challenges and opportunities: a synthesis of the Eastern and Southern Africa situation in terms of past experiences, present and future opportunities in promoting nutrients use in Africa

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Profitable and sustainable nutrient management systems for East and Southern African smallholder farming systems: challenges and opportunities: a synthesis of the Eastern and Southern Africa situation in terms of past experiences, present and future opportunities in promoting nutrients use in Africa. 2013Sommer, r.Bossio, D.;Desta, L.Dimes, J.Kihara, J.Koala, S.Mango, N.Rodriguez, D.Thierfelder, C.Winowiecki, L. Cali (Colombia)CIAT / The University of Queensland / QAAFI / CIMMYT 91 p. 

99011The aim of this project was to conduct a scoping study for a profitable and sustainable Nutrient Management System for Eastern and Southern African farming systems, with particular reference to conservation agriculture in SIMLESA (Sustainable Intensification of Maize-Legume Systems for Food Security in Eastern and Southern Africa) research sites, and including stakeholder workshops on ?Market-smart interventions to facilitate the availability, access and use of nutrients by smallholders in Eastern and Southern Africa.

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