4 Results for 'Korir, M.K.'

PR – A Stochastic Frontier Analysis Of Bambara Groundnut Production In Western Kenya (p74-80)

Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterranean (L) Verd) is a palatable indigenous crop that is rich in nutrients (the ripe seed contains on average 10% water, 15-20% protein, 4-9% fat, 50-65% carbohydrate and 3-5% fibre), and therefore has immense potential as a ...Read More

PR – A Stochastic Frontier Analysis Of Bambara Groundnut Production In Western Kenya (p74-80)

Vihiga, one of the poorest and densely populated districts in Kenya is perpetually food deficit. Poor welfare indicators and resource base continue to curtail efforts to circumvent food insecurity among households in the district. In their current financial status, what ...Read More

PR – Disentangling Farmers’ Preferences And Cost Allocation Among Inputs For Food Security In Vihiga District, Kenya (p189-196)

Production and consumption activities are directed by multiple and conflicting goals. The objective of this study was to determine the changes in optimal resource utilization patterns arising from soil conservation. A purposive sample of 150 farmers was selected from three ...Read More

AP – The Effect Of Soil Conservation On Optimal Cropping Patterns In Kericho District, Kenya

The common bean is a major staple food crop in Eastern and Southern Africa, providing dietary protein and calories. This study identified lack of adequate information on the marketing channels of the bean marketing systems in Kenya and Tanzania. The ...Read More