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Effects of cotton-cowpea intercropping on crop yields and soil nutrient status under Zimbabwean rain-fed conditions
Intercropping of cotton and cowpea is one of the ways to improve food security and soil fertility while generating and maintaining cash income of the rural poor. A study was carried out to find out the effects of cotton-cowpea ...
Understanding farmer co-learning processes under the learning centre approach to promote uptake of soil fertility management technologies in Zimbabwe
The current low levels of technology adoption among smallholder farmers in southern Africa do not reflect the high investment levels in agro-technological research aimed at addressing perennial food insecurity challenges. ...
The impact of dollarisation in Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe Publicatoins, 2017)
Urban and Peri-Urban Agriculture as A Pathway to Food Security: A Review Mapping the Use of Food Sovereignty
Renewed interest in the nexus between sustainability and food security has led to growing discussions on the use of food sovereignty principles in agricultural practice. As a result of the transfiguration of the urban ...
Smallholder farmer’s perceived effects of climate change on crop production and household livelihoods in rural Limpopo province, South Africa.
This study investigated the perceived effects of climate change on crop production and household livelihoods of smallholder farmers in Mopani and Vhembe district, South Africa. Data was collected through a questionnaire ...
“ Heterosis, Combining ability and Tester Identification of CIMMYT maize (Zea Mays L) adapted to low N conditions
The production of high yielding single cross maize testers with good combining ability and the potential to discriminate materials under evaluation across diverse environments, is important in breeding programs. Testers ...