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Periodical articleGuteta, Dereje and Abegaz, Assefa (2016)
See this publicationDeterminants of integrated soil fertility management adoption under annual cropping system in Arsamma watershed, southwestern Ethiopian Highlands
Abstract presentAfrican Geographical Review. Volume 35 #2. p. 95-116.

Dissertation / thesisMubeteneh Tankou, Christopher (2013)
See this publicationThe interactions of human mobility and farming systems and impacts on biodiversity and soil quality in the Western Highlands of Cameroon
181p.

BookYélémou, Barthélémy (ed.) (2012)
See this publicationIdentification de meilleures pratiques de valorisation agronomique des déchets urbains solides en Afrique de l'Ouest: cas de la ville de Bobo-Dioulasso au Burkina Faso
Bamako: Institut du Sahel. Les monographies sahéliennes #18. 34p.

Periodical articleBuah, S.S.J. and Abatania, L.N. and Aflakpui, G.K.S. (2010)
See this publicationQuality protein maize response to nitrogen rate and plant density in the Guinea savanna zone of Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 16. p. 9-21.

Periodical articleNyalemegbe, K.K. and Oteng, J.W. and Asuming-Brempong, S. (2010)
See this publicationIntegrated organic-inorganic fertilizer management for rice production on the vertisols of the Accra plains of Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 16. p. 23-31.

Periodical articleNyalemegbe, K.K. and Darkwa, E.O. and Yangyuoru, M. and Mawunya, F.D. and Acquah, D.K. and Oteng, J.W. and Terry, P.J. and Willcocks, T.J. (2010)
See this publicationThe effect of camber bed drainage landforms on soil nutrient distribution and grain yield of maize on the vertisols of the Accra plains of Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 16. p. 1-8.

BookKouassi, B. (ed.) (2009)
Les déterminants de la production agricole en Afrique de l'Ouest: Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana et Togo
Abstract presentParis: Karthala. Économie et développement. 176p.

Periodical articleMkangwa, C.Z. and Maliondo, S.M.S. (2009)
See this publicationIn-situ fertilizer industry for small scale farmers: the case of tephrosia vogelii fallow and minjingu phosphate rock in Eastern Tanzania
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 21 #1-2. June. p. 104-110.

Periodical articleNyongesa, H.W. and Obura, R.K. and Kitur, B.K. and Ouma, J.P. and Miima, J.B. (2009)
Agronomic and economic evaluation of pymarc on maize yield in Rift Valley Province of Kenya
International Journal of Disaster Management and Risk Reduction. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 6-11.

Periodical articleQuainoo, A.K. and Bissue, J.K. and Ofosu, M.A. (2009)
See this publicationImproved crotalaria cover crop fallow system for sustainable maize production in the northern Guinea savanna agroecological zone of Ghana
Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science. Volume 42 #1-2. p. 83-89.

Conference paperAmoah, C.M. and Adiku, S.G.K. and Owusu, E.O. (eds.) (2008)
New developments on health, agricultural resources and socio-economic activities in the Volta Basin
Abstract presentAccra: Volta Basin Research Project, University of Ghana. 161p.

Periodical articleAsuming-Brempong, S. and Amon, N.K. and Adusei-Okrah, V. (2008)
See this publicationImproving the nitrogen mineralization of dried Azolla pinnata as a bio-fertilizer for increased rice production in the vertisol
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 13. p. 195-202.

Periodical articleMucheru-Muna, M. and Mugendi, D. and Mugwe, J. and kung'u, J.B. (2008)
Maize yields and mineral-N movement as affected by organic and inorganic inputs in a humic nitisol in Meru South District, Kenya
African Journal of Environmental Studies and Development. Volume 1 #1. December. p. 99-107.

Periodical articleMudenda, M. and Yerokun, O.A. (2008)
The short term effect of compost tea manure on soil pH, electrical conductivity and maize dry matter production
Journal of Science and Technology (Lusaka, Zambia). Volume 12 #2. December. p. 39-46.

Periodical articleMugendi, D. and Mucheru-Muna, M. and Mugwe, J. and Kung'u, J.B. and Bationo, A. (2008)
Best bet soil fertility technologies for improved food production in the Central Highlands of Kenya
African Journal of Environmental Studies and Development. Volume 1 #1. December. p. 8-15.

Periodical articleMutoko, M.C. and Benhin, J.K.A. and Ritho, C.N. and Mbatia, O.L.E. (2008)
Analysis of economic efficiency in smallholder maize production in Northwestern Kenya
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 74 #1-2. January-April. p. 139-147.

Periodical articleNjeru, E.S. and Muthania, J.G. and Amboga, S.C. (2008)
Effects of organic soil amendments in nutrition of banana plants
African Journal of Horticultural Science. Volume 1 #1. June. p. 44-52.

Periodical articleOgendo, R.O. and Isutsa, D.K. and Sigunga, D.O. (2008)
Interaction of farmyard manure and plant population density effects on soil characteristics and productivity of mulched strawberry in a tropical climate
African Journal of Horticultural Science. Volume 1 #1. June. p. 100-115.

Periodical articleSeithleko, M.E. (2008)
Effects of pine trees on soil properties and spatial variation of plant species
Lesotho Social Sciences Review. Volume 12 #1-2. December. p. 130-139.

Periodical articleWambani, H. and Nyambati, E.M. and Kamidi, M. (2008)
Evaluation of legumes as components of integrated soil nutrient management for kale production
African Journal of Horticultural Science. Volume 1 #1. June. p. 91-99.

Periodical articleYirga, C. and Hassan, R.M. (2008)
Multinomial logit analysis of farmers' choice between short and long-term soil fertility management practices in the central highlands of Ethiopia
Ethiopian Journal of Agricultural Economics. Volume 7 #1. June. p. 83-105.

Periodical articleAhiabor, B.D.K. and Fosu, M. and Tibo, I. and Sumaila, I. (2007)
See this publicationComparative nitrogen fixation, native arbuscular mycorrhiza formation and biomass production potentials of some grain legume species grown in the field in the Guinea Savanna zone of Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 11. p. 89-98.

Periodical articleAhmed, M.R. and Osei, B.A. and Bonsu, M. (2007)
See this publicationNitrogen mineralization trends of applied mucuna pruriens var. utilis
Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science. Volume 40 #2. p. 223-229.

Periodical articleAmpofo, E.A. (2007)
Assessing earthworm contribution to soil fertility in the coastal savanna region of Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 12. p. 9-17.

Periodical articleKayeke, J. and Sibuga, P.K. and Msaky, J.J. and Mbwaga, A. (2007)
See this publicationGreen manure and inorganic fertiliser as management strategies for witchweed and upland rice
African Crop Science Journal. Volume 15 #4. December. p. 161-171.

Periodical articleMkangwa, C.Z. and Maliondo, S.M.S. and Semoka, J.M.R. (2007)
See this publicationEnhancing nutrient accumulation of tephrosia vogelii fallow through Minjingu phosphate rock application on acidic P deficient ferralsol of Eastern Tanzania
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 19 #special ed. 1-2. February. p. 59-66.

Periodical articleMoro, B.M. and Nuhu, I.R. and Toshiyuki, W. (2007)
See this publicationDetermining optimum rates of mineral fertilizers for economic rice grain yields under the 'Sawah' system in Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 12. p. 19-31.

Periodical articleMoyin-Jesu, E.I. (2007)
See this publicationEffects of amendment of agricultural bye products with animal manures on soil chemical properties and yield of amaranthus in South Western Nigeria
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 19 #1. March. p. 43-55.

Periodical articleMugwe, J. and Mugendi, D. and Kungu, J. and Mucheru-Muna, M. (2007)
See this publicationEffect of plant biomass, manure and inorganic fertiliser on maize yield in the Central highlands of Kenya
African Crop Science Journal. Volume 15 #3. September. p. 111-126.

Periodical articleNgegba, M.S. and Mugusha, A.G. and Chamshama, S.A.O. and Kimaro, A.A. (2007)
See this publicationTephrosia biomass yield and soil fertility in one season relay intercropping with maize in semiarid Gairo, Tanzania
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 19 #special ed. 1-2. February. p. 25-35.

Periodical articleAsomaning, S.K. and Abekoe, M.K. and Owusu-Bennoah, E. (2006)
See this publicationPhosphate rock dissolution and availability in some soils of semi-decidous rainforest zone of Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 10. p. 209-220.

Periodical articleBayorbor, T.B. and Addai, I.K. and Lawson, I.Y.D. and Dogbe, W. and Djagbletey, D. (2006)
Evaluation of nodulating and nitrogen fixing potentials of some herbaceous legumes in inland valley soils
Journal of the Ghana Science Association. Volume 8 #1. p. 8-14.

Periodical articleImo, M. and Ogweno, D.O. and Njunge, J.T. (2006)
Competition and soil fertility effects of Calliandra calothyrsus hedgerows on maize intercrop in sub-humid Western Kenya
Journal of East African Natural Resources Management. Volume 2 #1. p. 130-143.

Periodical articleMatokwe, M.C. and Musharo, C. and Nyamangara, J. (2006)
Soil fertility status and farmer perceptions on soil acidity in Chendambuya smallholder farming area, Zimbabwe
Midlands State University Journal of Science, Agriculture, and Technology. Volume 1 #1. p. 53-62.

Periodical articleMoyin-Jesu, E.I. and Ojeniyi, S.O. (2006)
See this publicationEffect of sole and amended plant residues on soil nutrient contents and yield of okra (Abelmoschus esculentum L)
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 18 #4. December. p. 318-326.

Periodical articleMukadasi, B. and Bukenya, M. and Nabalegwa, M. (2006)
Financial efficiency of improved fallow agroforestry technology for bean production in Kakooge sub-county, Nakasongola District, Uganda
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 12 #1. June. p. 45-56.

Periodical articleOkeyo, J.M. and Shepherd, K.D. and Wamicha, W. and Shisanya, C. (2006)
Spatial variation in soil organic carbon within smallholder farms in Western Kenya: a geospatial approach
African Crop Science Journal. Volume 14 #1. March. p. 27-36.

BookWickama, Juma M. and Mwihomeke, Stephen T. (2006)
See this publicationThe role of indigenous knowledge in combating soil infertility and poverty in the Usambara mountains, Tanzania
Dar es Salaam: REPOA. REPOA research report #6. 24p.

Periodical articleAbebe Y. and Diriba B. and Teshome T. and Nega E. and Ashenafi D. (2005)
Effects of cajanus cajan biomass transfer and inorganic fertiliser on growth and yield of open pollinated maize variety on acidic nitosols of Western Oromia, Ethiopia
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1143-1148.

Periodical articleAmoding, A. and Tenywa, J.S. and Ledin, S. and Otabbong, E. (2005)
Agronomic effectiveness of urban market crop waste compost on-farm in Uganda
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1133-1138.

Dissertation / thesisBiamah, Elijah K. (2005)
See this publicationCoping with drought: options for soil and water management in semi-arid Kenya
Wageningen: Wageningen University and Research Centre. Tropical resource management papers #58. 119p.

Periodical articleGetinet D. and Binner, E. and Smidt, E. and Lechner, P. (2005)
Horse manure and biowaste composts as growing media component affects plant growth
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1139-1142.

Periodical articleGweyi-Onyango, J.P. and Neumann, G. and Romheld, V. (2005)
The role of nitrogen forms on solubilisation and utilisation of rock phosphate by tomato plants
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1029-1032.

Periodical articleKabuli, A. and Phiri, M.A.R and Khalil, E.A. (2005)
Economic assessment of the benefits of soybeans incorporation in smallholder maize-based farming systems and the factors affecting its adoption in Malawi
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 2 of 3. 5-9 Dec.. p. 881-885.

Periodical articleKamau, D.M. and Wanyoko, J.K. and Owuor, P.O. (2005)
Mature leaf nutrient levels as a diagnostic tool for making fertilizer recommendations in mature tea: the case of Clone BBK 35
Tea. Volume 26 #2. December. p. 57-69.

Periodical articleKanyama-Phiri, G.Y. (2005)
Best-bet soil fertility management options: the case of Malawi
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1039-1048.

Periodical articleKuhanda, A.H. and Msumali, G.P. (2005)
See this publicationThe contribution of off-season weeds to the supply and conservation of soil nutrients under sweetpotato (ipomea batatas(L.) ridges in Tanzania
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 8 #1. June. p. 16-25.

Periodical articleMajule, A.E. and Shishira, E.K. and Yanda, P.Z. (2005)
Soil fertility response to the application of selected organic residues under sulphur dusting in Southern Tanzania
Bunda Journal of Agriculture, Environmental Science and Technology. Volume 3 #1. October. p. 1-11.

Periodical articleMugendi, D. and Mugwe, J. and Mucheru-Muna, M. and Kung'u, J. and Bationo, A. (2005)
Adoption of organic resources for soil fertility improvement in Meru South District, Kenya
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1443-1447.

Periodical articleMulumba, L.N. and Shephered, K. (2005)
Determination of soil quality using infra red spectroscopy for soils of the Lake Victoria basin in Uganda
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1073-1080.

Periodical articleMuriu, F. and Kung'u, J. and Karega, R. and Njuki, J. and Mucheru-Muna, M. and Mugendi, D. (2005)
Adoption and adaptation of nutrient replenishment technologies by farmers in Kirege sub-location of Central Kenya
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1501-1505.

Periodical articleNaakubuza, G.W. and Bekunda, M.A. and Lwasa, S. and Birabwa, R. and Muwanga, S. (2005)
Determining the limiting nutrients in coffee plantations at Makerere University Agricultural Research Institute
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1085-1088.

Periodical articleNabahungu, L.N. and Ruganzu, V. and Mukuralinda, A. and Zaongo, C. and Ntizo, S. (2005)
Differentes sources du phosphore inorganique, fumier et chaux sur l'amelioration des sols acides du Rwanda
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1103-1108.

Periodical articleNdawula, J. and Agea, J.G. and Okello, T. (2005)
Under-exploited woodland resources: the case study of indigenous fruit trees in Kiryandongo-Masindi District, Uganda
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 2 of 3. 5-9 Dec.. p. 533-536.

Periodical articleNekesa, A.O. and Okalebo, J.R. and Othieno, C.O. and Thuita, M.N. and Kipsat, M.J. and Bationo, A. and Sanginga, N. and Kimettu, J. and Vanlauwe, B. (2005)
The potential of Minjingu phosphate rock from Tanzania as a liming material: effect on maize and bean intercrop on acid soils of Western Kenya
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1121-1128.

Periodical articleOkalebo, J.R. and Othieno, C.O. and Maritim, H.K. and Iruria, D.M. and Kipsat, M.J. and Kisinyo, P.O. and Kimenye, L. and Woomer, P.L. and Mukhwana, E.J. and Bationo, A. and Adipala, E. and Njoroge, R.K. and Thuita, M.N. and Nekesa, A.O. and Ruto, E.C. (2005)
Management of soil fertility in Western Kenya: experience working with smallholder farmers
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1465-1473.

Periodical articlePhombeya, H.S.K. and Simmons, E. and Giller, K.E. (2005)
Farmers' perception of the value of Faidherbia albida trees in the farming system of Central Malawi
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1459-1463.

Periodical articlePowon, M.P. and Aguyoh, J.N. and Mwaja, V. (2005)
Effects of inorganic fertilisers and farmyard manure on growth and tuber yield of potato
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1089-1093.

Periodical articleRuganzu, V. and Bock, L. and Culot, M. (2005)
Effets comparés des espèces d'arbustes en jachère sur les propriétés des deux types de sols de Rubona au Rwanda
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1095-1101.

Periodical articleRutto, E. and De Groote, H. and Vanlauwe, B. and Kanampiu, F. and Odhiambo, G. and Khan, Z. (2005)
Farmers' perceptions and evaluation of integrated approaches to combat striga, stemborer and soil fertility problems in Western Kenya
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1453-1457.

Dissertation / thesisStyger, Erika Dorothea (2005)
See this publicationFire-less alternatives to slash-and-burn agriculture (tavy) in the rainforest region of Madagascar
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 326p.

Periodical articleTchale, H. and Wobst, P. (2005)
Are soil fertility management technologies developed by researchers feasible under risky smallholder conditions? evidence from farm household modelling in Malawi
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 2 of 3. 5-9 Dec.. p. 937-946.

Dissertation / thesisTenge, Albino John Mkavidanda (2005)
See this publicationParticipatory appraisal for farm-level soil and water conservation planning in West Usambara highlands, Tanzania
Wageningen: Wageningen University and Research Centre. 165p.

Periodical articleThuita, M.N. and Okalebo, J.R. and Othieno, C.O. and Kipsat, M.J. and Bationo, A. and Sanginga, N. and Vanlauwe, B. (2005)
An attempt to enhance solubility and availability of phosphorus from phosphate rocks through incorporation of organics in Western Kenya
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1021-1027.

Periodical articleWanjiku, J. and Manyengo, J.U. (2005)
Effect of soil fertility technologies on the profitability of kale and tomato in Western Kenya
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 2 of 3. 5-9 Dec.. p. 915-917.

Periodical articleZake, J. and Tenywa, J.S. and Kabi, F. (2005)
Enhancement of manure utilisation in smallholder cattle management systems for crop production in Central Uganda
African Crop Science Conference Proceedings. Volume 7 #pt. 03 of 03. December. p. 1067-1071.

Periodical articleAbunyewa, A. and Asiedu, E.K. and Ahenkorah, Y. (2004)
See this publicationFertilizer phosphorus fractions and their availability to maize on different landforms on a vertisol in the coastal savanna zone of Ghana
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 5. p. 63-73.

Periodical articleAdediran, J.A. and Akande, M.O. and Oluwatoyinbo, F.I. (2004)
See this publicationEffect of mucuna intercropped with maize on soil fertility and yield of maize
Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science. Volume 37. p. 15-22.

Periodical articleAmolo, R.A. and Karanja, N.K. (2004)
Nitrogen mineralisation from filtermud, cattle manure, factory ash and nitrogen uptake by maize in a glasshouse experiment
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 70 #1. January. p. 17-22.

Periodical articleBekunda, M.A. and Ebanyat, P. and Nkonya, E. and Mugendi, D. and Msaky, J.J. (2004)
Soil Fertility Status, Management, and Research in East Africa
Abstract presentEastern Africa Journal of Rural Development. Volume 20 #1. p. 94-112.

Periodical articleChâtel, Bénédicte (2004)
Dossier valorisation des terres
Marchés tropicaux et méditerranéens. Volume 59 #3065. p. 1749-1766.

Periodical articleFrank, Barbara (2004)
See this publicationGendered Ritual Dualism in a Patrilineal Society: Opposition and Complementarity in Kulere Fertility Cults
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 74 #2. p. 217-240.

Periodical articleIdenfors, A. and Otabbong, E. and Tenywa, J.S. and Amoding, A. (2004)
A greenhouse experiment to evaluate compost derived from household and market crop wastes
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 2. September. p. 501-505.

Periodical articleKabuli, A. and Kamoto, J. (2004)
Experiences of soil fertility management through legume based farmer participatory experimentation in Malawi
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 2. September. p. 506-510.

Periodical articleKamau, P.A. and Mochoge, B.O. (2004)
Effect of antecedent moisture content and organic waste amendment on the stability of microaggregates of some Kenyan soils
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 70 #1. January. p. 23-27.

Periodical articleKimani, S.K. and Macharia, J.M. and Gachengo, C. and Palm, C.A. and Delve, R.J. (2004)
Maize production in the central Kenya Highlands using cattle manures combined with modest amounts of mineral fertilizer
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 2. September. p. 480-490.

Periodical articleKimbi, G.G. and Semoka, J.M.R. (2004)
Effect of storage duration and grazing system on nutrient contents of cattle manure in three districts of Tanzania
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 7 #1. June. p. 24-30.

Periodical articleMubiru, D.N. and Ssali, H. and Kaizzi, C.K. and Byalebeka, J. and Tushemereirwe, W.K. and Nyende, P. (2004)
Participatory research approaches for enhancing innovations and partnerships in soil productivity improvement
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 192-198.

Periodical articleMutimba, J. and Ssemakula, E. (2004)
Difficulties in assessing outcomes of soil and water conservation extension messages in banana based cropping systems: a case study of student projects at Makerere University, Uganda
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 235-239.

Periodical articleNsabimana, D. (2004)
An assessment of soil microbial biomass and microbial activity as means to evaluate soil fertility
Etudes rwandaises. Volume 8. déc.. p. 9-18.

Periodical articleOkech, S.H. and Gold, C.S. and Abele, S. and Nankinga, C. and Wetala, P.M. and Van Asten, P. and Nambuye, A. and Ragama, P.E. (2004)
Agronomic, pests and economic factors influencing sustainability of banana-coffee systems of Western Uganda and potentials for improvement
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 2. September. p. 432-444.

Periodical articleOsunde, A.O. and Tsado, P.A. and Bala, A. and Sanginga, N. (2004)
See this publicationProductivity of a maize promiscuous soybean intercrop as affected by fertilizer in the Southern Guinea Savanna Zone of Nigeria
West African Journal of Applied Ecology. Volume 5. p. 51-62.

Periodical articlePali, P.N. and Delve, R.J. and White, D. (2004)
The adoption potential of biomass transfer and improved fallow practices in Eastern Uganda: determining profitable and feasible options from a farmer perspective
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 379-388.

Periodical articleRamaru, J. and Hagmann, J. and Chuma, E. and Ficarelli, P. and Netshivhodza, M. and Mamabolo, Z. (2004)
Building linkages and bargaining power between smallholder farmers and service providers: learning from a case on soil fertility inputs in South Africa
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 1. September. p. 204-214.

Periodical articleSabiiti, E.N. and Mpairwe, D. and Rwakaikara, M.S. and Mugasi, S. (2004)
Restoration of degraded natural grasslands to enhance soil fertility, pasture and animal productivity
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 9 #1, pt. 2. September. p. 466-469.

Periodical articleTabu, I.M. and Obura, R.K. and Bationo, A. and Swift, M.J. (2004)
Effect of soil fertility management on the diversity and abundance of microfauna in smallholder farmer's fields of Kabras Division Western Kenya
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 5 #1. p. 256-273.

Periodical articleTchatat, M. and Ambassa-Kiki, R. and Mbila, D. and Fabre, A. (2004)
See this publicationAssessing soil chemical fertility in homegardens in forested areas of Southern Cameroon
African Crop Science Journal. Volume 12 #2. June. p. 163-170.

Periodical articleAfrifa, A.A. and Ofori-Frimpong, K. and Appiah, M.R. and Halm, B.J. (2003)
Effects of mulching on soil nutrient and yield of robusta coffee
Journal of the Ghana Science Association. Volume 5 #2. p. 84-92.

Periodical articleAkatch, S.O. (2003)
See this publicationManaging nutrient cycles to sustain soil fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 15 #3-4. December. p. 226-227.

Dissertation / thesisAsten, Piet J.A. van (2003)
Soil quality and rice productivity problems in Sahelian irrigation schemes
Wageningen: Wageningen University and Research Centre. Tropical resource management papers #46. 143p.

Periodical articleChamango, A.M.Z. and Mloza-Banda, H.R. and Ritchie, J.M. and Nyirenda, G.K.C. (2003)
See this publicationComparative effects of farmers' and researchers' weeding practices on weed populations and crop yields
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 6 #2. December. p. 147-156.

Periodical articleHaque, I. and Lupwayi, N.Z. (2003)
See this publicationSoil nutrients in agro-ecological zones of Swaziland
African Crop Science Journal. Volume 11 #4. December. p. 245-257.

Periodical articleHaule, C.A. and Kanyama-Phiri, G.Y. and Nyirenda, M.M. and Mafongoya, P.L. and Kwapata, M.B. (2003)
Maize and biomass production, and soil fertility improvement under sesbania sesban improved fallows in Kasungu district, central Malawi
Malawi Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 2 #1. December. p. 21-33.

Periodical articleKagorora, J.P. and Opolot, V. and Siriri, D. and Sekatuba, J. (2003)
Farmer assessment of selected shrub species for improved fallow technology in Mukono District
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 8 #1. January. p. 253-258.

Periodical articleKamau, D.M. and Owuor, P. and Wanyoko, J.K. (2003)
Long term effects of rates and types of nitrogenous fertilizers on high yielding clone AHP S15/10 tea. Pt. 1. Yields and nutrient uptake
Tea. Volume 24 #1. July. p. 14-20.

Periodical articleKamoni, P.T. and Mburu, M.W.K. and Gachene, C.K.K. (2003)
See this publicationInfluence of irrigation and nitrogen fertilisers on maize growth, nitrogen uptake and yield in a semi-arid Kenyan environment
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 69 #1-2. July-October. p. 99-108.

Periodical articleKihanda, F.M. (2003)
See this publicationEffect of manures composted with high quality organic residues on dry matter accumulation, nitrogen uptake and maize grain yield
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 69 #1-2. July-October. p. 63-68.

Periodical articleMiriti, J.M. and Thomas, D.B. and Gachene, C.K.K. (2003)
The effect of tillage, compost and mulch on some soil physical properties of a humic nitisol
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 69 #3-4. July-October. p. 279-284.

Periodical articleMkangwa, C.Z. (2003)
See this publicationEffects of Minjingu phosphate rock and triple super phosphate as phosphorus sources for maize and groundnut in semi-arid lands of Central Tanzania
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 69 #1-2. July-October. p. 81-88.

Periodical articleMugendi, D.N. and Kanyi, M. and Kung'u, J.B. and Wamicha, W. and Mugwe, J.N. (2003)
See this publicationThe role of agroforestry trees in intercepting leached nitrogen in the agricultural systems of the central highlands of Kenya
East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal. Volume 69 #1-2. July-October. p. 69-79.

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