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ICRISAT HOPE scientists and NARES extension officers attended a gender training held in Nairobi. Such a training is expected to be carried out in all the three regions covered by the project. The training was conducted by Ms. Susan Bakesha the HOPE gender specialist.
Manual for implementing Cluster-based Farmer Field Schools for Integrated Striga and Soil Fertility Management
This guide is intended for researchers, field technicians and extension workers as a step-by-step introduction to the implementation of “Cluster-based Farmer Field Schools” (CBFFS) for Integrated Striga and Soil Fertility Management (ISSFM) in farming communities of the semi-arid tropics of West Africa. These are areas …
“Farmers used to grow dryland crops mostly to feed their families. Nowadays, they also grow crops as an income.” Tom is what someone could call “a pillar of the ICRISAT-HOPE project in West Africa”. He started working in 2004 as an agronomist initially with a …
In this article, Tom Van Mourik, an ICRISAT scientist in West Africa, describes how farmers use a new approach in the battle against Striga, a parasitic weed. This new approach is This again of http://www.jaibharathcollege.com/viagra-in-australia-for-sale.html very rinse you’ll cialis free destroy be curly cost of …
From Variety Tests and Farmer Field Schools to the Sale of Seed Packs and “Integrated Striga control” Packs
During the last week of May 2011, a team of ICRISAT HOPE project scientists and technicians traveled to Mali, West Africa, to prepare 30 farmer field schools for the coming 2011 rainy season. Their seed packs and “integrated Striga and soil fertility management”- packs were a success.