Long-term productivity and sustainability of crop-livestock systems through integrated soil fertility management
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CIAT. 2015. Long-term productivity and sustainability of crop-livestock systems through integrated soil fertility management. Nairobi, Kenya: International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). 1 p.
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Productivity in Crop-Livestock Systems can be maximized using Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM). ISFM combines (i) improved germplasm (ii) mineral fertilizer application (iii) organic matter management and (v) adapted agronomy. CIAT established a long-term trial in Western Kenya in the village of Murumba Yiro in 2003 to assess ISFM technologies.
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