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

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.

East Africa, Farming systems, Southern Africa

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