Unraveling pathways to the sustainable intensification of smallholder African agriculture: Long‐term observatories for assessing benefits of ISFM to productivity enhancement and other ecosystem services

Pauline Chivenge, Alpha Kamara, Zoumana Bamba, Stefan Hauser, André Bationo, Jan Diels, Michael Hartel, Jibri Jibril, Saidou Koala, Thom Kuyper, Innocent Y.D. Lawson, Deusdedit Peter Mlay, Daniel Mugendi, Sagari Nokoe, Johan Six, Christoph Steiner, Edward Yeboah, Yomeni Marie Octavie & Bernard Vanlauwe
Land degradation, and particularly soil fertility decline, poses a serious threat to crop production in Sub‐Saharan Africa (SSA) because of an increasing pressure on land to meet the increasing demand for food caused by the growing population. In order to overcome the prevalent food insecurity and to eradicate poverty among smallholder farmers, there is a need for a paradigm shift in managing soil fertility by seeking options that optimize crop production per unit area through...
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