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Pest risk assessment: a Zambian perspective
(International Institute for Science, Technology and Education, 2013)
Zambia is a landlocked developing country in southern Africa. It is an importer and exporter of plants and plant products. These are potential pathways for introducing exotic plant pests that may affect agricultural ...
Factors influencing trialing of agroforestry in smallholder farming in Zambia
Research has shown that agroforestry has potential to improve land productivity and increase crop yields to enable subsistence farmers move out of poverty. In addition, implementing agroforestry would reduce pressure on ...
Why is adoption of agroforestry stymied in Zambia? Perspectives from the ground-up
(Academic Journals, 2016-11-17)
Small-scale farmers in Zambia are faced with problems of low crop productivity, scarcity of fuel wood and fodder, and subsequently are generally food insecure. Agroforestry can contribute to food and income security, ...
Factors influencing adoption of agroforestry among smallholder farmers in Zambia
(New Zealand Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, 2009-08)
Agroforestry technologies have been extensively researched and introduced to smallholder farmers in Zambia for over two decades. Despite the research and extension effort over this period, not many farmers have adopted ...