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An assessment of the profitability of small holder commercial egg production in Zimbabwe: A case study of Goromonzi, UMP and Mutasa districts
The past few years in Zimbabwe have seen a rise in the number of smallholder farmers taking up commercial poultry production. Past research has also shown that smallholder poultry production suffers from low profitability ...
Translating integrated soil fertility management information and knowledge into crop productivity benefits through farmer learning and participatory action in Eastern Zimbabwe
Smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe and elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa are faced with challenges of low crop yields linked to inherently poor soils. Integrated soil fertility management (ISFM) is one of the many technologies ...
Perceived local evidence of climate change and variability impacts on natural resources in smallholder communities of eastern Zimbabwe
Declining crop and livestock production due to a degrading land resource base and changing climate among other biophysical and socio-economic constraints, are increasingly forcing rural households in Zimbabwe and other ...