Working in partnership to communicate down-to-earth messages on integrated soil fertility management

Abstract

Soils in most sub-Saharan countries have inherent low fertility and do not receive adequate nutrient replenishment. The Africa Soil Health Consortium (ASHC) seeks to address this. This case study shows how we are helping to build capacity and develop exemplar development communication materials on integrated soil fertility management (ISFM).

Citation

Rischbieth, J.; Watiti, J.; Romney, D. Working in partnership to communicate down-to-earth messages on integrated soil fertility management. CABI, Wallingford, UK (2014) 9 pp. [CABI impact case study series No. 5] [DOI: 10.1079/CABICOMM-64-51]

Working in partnership to communicate down-to-earth messages on integrated soil fertility management

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