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Impact and adoption of conservation agriculture in Africa: a multi-scale and multi-stakeholder analysis

Autor Corbeels, Mark; Gómez Macpherson, H. ; Tittonell, P.
Palabras clave Innovation systems
Modelling
Smallholder farming
Case studies
Fecha de publicación sep-2011
EditorAustralian Capital Territory
Citación 5th World Congress of Conservation Agriculture (2011)
ResumenConservation Agriculture (CA) is increasingly promoted in Africa as an alternative for coping with the need to increase food production on the basis of more sustainable farming practices. CA is specifically seen as a way to address the problems of soil degradation resulting from agricultural practices that deplete the organic matter and nutrient content of the soil. It aims at higher crop yields and lower production costs. Yet, success with adopting CA on farms in Africa has been limited (Kassam et al., 2009). The European Commission has recently funded a collaborative project, CA2Africa (www.CA2Africa.eu), that seeks to better understand the reasons for the limited adoption of CA in Africa by analysing past and on-going CA experiences, in order to assess under which conditions and to what extent CA can strengthen the socio-economic position of smallholder farmers in Africa. A better comprehension of where, when and for whom CA works best, and how CA should be configured in different settings will enable the identification of knowledge gaps for future research, development and promotion of CA in Africa.
Descripción Trabajo presentado en el 5th World Congress of Conservation Agriculture, celebrado en Brisbane (Australia) del 26 al 29 de septiembre de 2011.-- Corbeels, M. et al.
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