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Newsletter / Bulletin
(CIMMYT / ACIAR, 2015)
Using innovation platforms to scale out soil acidity-ameliorating technologies in Dedza district in central Malawi
Soil acidity is a serious constraint in crop production in some parts of Malawi, particularly in high rainfall and high altitude areas. A learning platform was established in Bembeke Extension Planning Area (EPA) (14¡ã ...
Risk analysis of maize-legume crop combinations with smallholder farmers varying in resource endowment in Central Malawi
SUMMARY: Using farmer resource typologies, adaptability analysis and an on-farm mother and baby trial approach, we evaluated the production risks of alternative maize-legume crop combinations for smallholder farmers in ...
From few to many: taking Conservation Agriculture practices to scale in Malawi
(CIMMYT; ACIAR, 2016)
Could farmer interest in a diversity of seed attributes explain adoption plateaus for modern maize varieties in Malawi?
This study uses new data from a household survey (n = 179) in Mulanje District, Malawi to examine whether the observed adoption plateaus for modern maize varieties in Malawi partly reflect farmer interest in a diversity ...
Maize variety options for Africa: Malawi
(CIMMYT; IITA; DTMA, 2015)
Household, community, and policy determinants of food insecurity in rural Malawi
This study examines how socio-economic characteristics of households, local conditions, and public programmes are associated with the probability that a farm household in rural Malawi is food insecure. The statistical ...
SIMLESA Workshop Proceedings Golden Peacock Hotel August 2014, Lilongwe, Malawi
(CIMMYT / ACIAR, 2014)
SIMLESA-2 - 2014-2018: what is good-difficult and different?
(CIMMYT; ACIAR; SIMLESA, 2014)
SIMLESA Program Annual Report July 2013–June 2014
(CIMMYT / ACIAR, 2013)