Testing and Dissemination of Improve Varieties and Agronomic Practices Using the ‘Mother-Baby’ Approach

Dataset

AVAILABLE FROM
International Food Policy Research (IFPRI), International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), and International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

AUTHORS

International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and Savanna Agricultural Research Institute (SARI)

SUMMARY

This study explores raising and sustaining productivity in cereal-legume cropping systems in northern Ghana

About the project

Project title: AfricaRISING – Sustainable Intensification of Cereal-Based Farming Systems in the Guinea-Sudan-Savanna of Ghana and Mali

Project abstract

In 2013, four mother-baby trials started to test and demonstrate crop variety and combinations of variety and agronomic options will continue for the second year. A split-plot design replicated in 4-6 communities per region will be used in the trials with 30 babies per community for each mother trial.

Project website: https://africa-rising.net/

Project start date: 01/06/2014

Project end date : 01/09/2014

TAGS

africa, africa rising, agricultural research, agricultural sciences, agronomy, babies, cereals, communities, cowpeas, design, environment, farming, FOOD SECURITY, ghana, groundnuts, intensification, maize, productivity, research, sciences, Social sciences, soybeans, systems, testing, trials, varieties, vegetables, and west africa

ACCESS RIGHTS

restricted

LINKS

REFERS TO

GHANA, Guinea, Mali, Peru, and Sudan

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