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The adaptive capacity of maize-based conservation agriculture systems to climate stress in tropical and subtropical environments: a meta-regression of yields
(Elsevier Masson, 2018)
Conservation agriculture is widely promoted across sub-Saharan Africa as a sustainable farming practice that enhances adaptive capacity to climate change. The interactions between climate stress, management, and soil are ...
The Scaling Scan: a practical tool to determine the strengths and weaknesses of your scaling ambition
(PPPlab; CIMMYT, 2021)
Scaling aims to increase the use of innovations (new technologies or practices) to impact many people. At the same time, scaling should also lead to a sustainable system change in which the impact remains, or even accelerates, ...
Long-term bed planting effect on stabilizing productivity of rice and wheat in a drought prone area of Bangladesh
(Bangladesh Society of Agronomy, 2014)
Chapter 11. Taking technologies to a greater scale
(CAB International, 2022)
CIMMYT in Africa
(CIMMYT; CGIAR, 2018)
Maize is the most important food crop in sub-Saharan Africa, while wheat consumption is high in northern Africa and on the rise throughout the continent. CIMMYT works with partners such as farmers and seed companies to ...
Different ways to cut a cake: comparing expert-based and statistical typologies to target sustainable intensification technologies, a case-study in Southern Ethiopia
(Cambridge University Press, 2019)
Understanding farm diversity is essential to delineate recommendation domains for new technologies, but diversity is a subjective concept, and can be described differently depending on the way it is perceived. Historically, ...