This report details a baseline study to collect relevant information on the termite problem in the focal sites and potential termite and land management options that can help to rehabilitate land productivity. Special attention was paid to farmers’ ethno-ecological knowledge. This report refers to the study in Ethiopia. The second section gives an overview of the research design and the action sites in Diga, Ethiopia. The third section presents and discusses the major findings of the study and their implications. The last section summarizes the major conclusions of the study and provides recommendation for future action.
Taye, H.; Swaans, K.; Legesse, H.; Fekadu, D.; Geleta, N.; Peden, D. Uptake of integrated termite management for the rehabilitation of degraded land in East Africa: A research into use baseline study in Diga, Ethiopia. ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya (2013) 72 pp. ISBN 92&#8211;9146&#8211;324&#8211;8 [Nile BDC Technical Report 6.]
Uptake of integrated termite management for the rehabilitation of degraded land in East Africa: A research into use baseline study in Diga, Ethiopia