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Yield and labor relations of sustainable intensification options for smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa. A meta-analysis
(Springer; Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, 2019)
Sustainable intensification of agricultural production is needed to ensure increased productivity relative to inputs. Short-term yield returns and labor input are major determinants of the fate of sustainable intensification ...
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Saving labor and animal draft power: impacts of crop management innovation packages in Ethiopia
(CIMMYT; SIMLESA; ACIAR, [2017?])
In 1990s Sasakawa Global 2000 introduced conservation agriculture practices in maize based systems of South Achefer District, in Amhara Region, North West Ethiopia. The specific technologies introduced were one-pass tillage ...
Women’s time use and implications :for participation in cacao value chains: evidence from VRAEM, Peru
(Taylor & Francis, 2019)
Bringing inclusion into value chain development requires interventions that account for gender-based constraints and opportunities. Key determinants of women’s capacity to participate are their availability and access to ...
Is labour a major determinant of yield gaps in sub-Saharan Africa? a study of cereal-based production systems in Southern Ethiopia
We investigated the role of labour in explaining the yield gap of cereals at both crop and farm levels on smallholder farms in Southern Ethiopia. A household survey containing detailed information of labour use at crop and ...
Herbicide induced hunger? Conservation Agriculture, ganyu labour and rural poverty in Central Malawi
(Taylor & Francis, 2020)