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Welfare Effects of Agricultural Technology adoption: the case of improved groundnut varieties in rural Malawi
This paper applies a program evaluation technique to assess the causal effect of the adoption of improved groundnut technologies on consumption expenditure and poverty measured by headcount, povertyExpand
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The Role of Vegetables and Legumes in Assuring Food, Nutrition, and Income Security for Vulnerable Groups in Sub-Saharan Africa
Rising food and nutritional insecurity threatens the livelihoods of millions of poor people, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. Vegetable and legume production and consumption are a potent mechanismExpand
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Groundnut Production Guide for Uganda: Recommended Practices for Farmers
Groundnut is one of the staple crops in the Uganda rich in protein, oil and essential minerals. The crop is increasingly becoming a cash crop and both production area and productivity are increasing.Expand
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Pigeonpea improvement: An amalgam of breeding and genomic research
In the past five decades, constant research has been directed towards yield improvement in pigeonpea resulting in the deployment of several commercially acceptable cultivars in India. Though, theExpand
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Market‐led options to scale up legume seeds in developing countries: Experiences from the Tropical Legumes Project
There are several hurdles to ensure sustainable seed production and consistent flow of improved legume varieties in sub‐Saharan Africa (SSA) and South Asia (SA). The unreliable demand, autogamousExpand
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A decade of Tropical Legumes projects: Development and adoption of improved varieties, creation of market‐demand to benefit smallholder farmers and empowerment of national programmes in sub‐Saharan
Abstract This article highlights 12 years (2007–2019) of research, achievements, lessons learned, challenges and gaps in discovery‐to‐delivery research in legumes emanating from three projects,Expand
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Evaluation of multiple stress tolerant groundnut genotypes for productivity and nutritional quality in Nigeria
Groundnut plays a very important economic role for smallholder farmers in the semi-arid tropics as a major cash crop for many households; a nutritious and safe food thereby contributing to improvedExpand
Genotype-by-environment interactions for grain yield of Valencia groundnut genotypes in East and Southern Africa
Grain yield is a quantitatively inherited trait in groundnut (Arachis hypogea L.) and subject to genotype by environment interactions. Groundnut varieties show wide variation in grain yield acrossExpand