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An on-farm comparison of the agronomics and economics of irrigated maize production systems in the Somali Deyr season
African Journal of Agricultural Research
Domestic production only supplies half of Somalia's cereal requirements and more than half of the country's population is considered food insecure. In this study, the Somali Agriculture Technical Group (SATG) used an on-farm participatory research approach to compare the economic viability and plant yield parameters of an improved maize production system (SATG system) with those of the traditional farming systems (traditional system) of the Lower Shebelle region of Somalia. The SATG systemdoi:10.5897/ajar2018.13177 fatcat:vypqfxolrfasvop4hiqlxrqqfm