Over three years, the project worked in two distinct sorghum production systems in Western Kenya (WK) and Eastern Kenya (EK). Following the selection of representative sites, the project documented farmer pest knowledge and management practices, monitored the key pests of sorghum, identified and validated promising pest management strategies. Uptake pathways for these technologies were explored with stakeholders in dissemination workshops and through a study of livelihoods context for crop protection in semi-arid Eastern Kenya.
Sutherland, A. Pests of African Sorghum. Final Technical Report. Natural Resources Institute, UK (2003) 129 pp.