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Tracing the path: What happens to maize and legumes from research to farm and market in Central Mozambique?
(CIMMYT; ACIAR; IIAM, 2016)
Maize is Mozambique’s staple, grown by 95 percent of smallholder farmers. Legumes are the most important sources of proteins for rural Mozambicans, especially cowpeas and common beans. Additionally, common beans are a cash ...
The benefit package: the promise of conservation agriculture in maize-based systems of Malawi and Mozambique
(ACIAR; CIMMYT; DARS; IIAM, 2016)
In addition to the long-term ecological benefits, conservation agriculture (CA) is attractive to farmers due to its short-term resource saving effects with little, if any, yield penalty. Compared to conventional practices, ...