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Identified soyabean, common bean, cowpea and groundnut varieties with high Biological Nitrogen Fixation potential identified in N2Africa impact zones

Summary:

Part 1: Is an overview of the methodology used by N2A to estimate BNF by evaluated legume varieties, the criteria used by farmers to select legume varieties and their preferred varieties in different impact zones. It also present results from literature to estimate the values of parameters necessary to assess BNF in legumes.

Part 2: Presents lists of legume varieties found to be high in BNF potential across different impact zones and discuss their potential acceptability by farmers in the N2A Impact Zones.

Languages:
English
Target Audience:
Agro-dealers, Education, Extensionists, Farmers, Large-scale farmer, NGOs, Policy Makers, Research Scientists, Researchers, Smallholder farmers, Technical College, Trainers in ISFM, University
Partners:
N2 Africa
Format:
Manual
Cropping Stages:
Planning and land preparation, Planting
Countries:
DRC, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Zimbabwe
Authors:
F. Baijukya

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