7 Results for 'Nyangweso P.M'

PR – DRIVERS OF SMALLHOLDER MAIZE PRODUCTION IN TOBACCO DOMINATED MIGORI COUNTY, KENYA

Abstract: Maize is the main staple food crop in Kenya and is of vital concern to agricultural policy decisions, food security and overall development of the sector and the economy. It is also the dominant staple food crop in the ...Read More

PR – DRIVERS OF SMALLHOLDER MAIZE PRODUCTION IN TOBACCO DOMINATED MIGORI COUNTY, KENYA

Despite extensive promotion of maize and sorghum cultivars adapted to multiple stresses through public, private and research institutions’ extension initiatives in Western Kenya, the adoption of such technologies by small scale farmers is low and production of the two crops ...Read More

PR – Drivers Of Awareness And Adoption Of Maize And Sorghum Technologies In Western Kenya

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)

Vihiga, one of the poorest and densely populated districts in Kenya is perpetually food deficit. Poor welfare indicators and failure of farmers to meet targeted production raise a number of questions. In their current financial status is it possible for ...Read More

PR – Optimal Resource Utilisation For Enhancing Household Food Security In Vihiga District, Kenya: Linear Programming Approach

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

Vihiga, one of the poorest and densely populated districts in Kenya is perpetually food deficit (GOK, 2005). Rising population pressure coupled with intense competition for limited resource endowments has curtailed efforts to improve household food production in the district. To ...Read More

PR – Household Food Security In Vihiga District, Kenya: Key Determinants Using An Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS)

Agriculture contributes substantially to the overall economic growth of East African countries. This sector alone accounts for 25%, 31.1%, and 43.2% of the GDP for Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, respectively. More than 70 percent of the population in Eastern Africa ...Read More