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Returns to Food and Agricultural R&D Investments in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1975–2014

Publication Date: November, 2016

Research-enabled growth in agricultural productivity is pivotal to sub-Saharan Africa’s overall economic growth prospects.

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Weather Risk: How Does It Change the Yield Benefits of Nitrogen Fertilizer and Improved Maize Varieties in Sub-Saharan Africa?

Publication Date: October, 2016

The purpose of this research was to explore how weather risk affects the value of nitrogen fertilizer use and improved seed variety adoption to Sub-Saharan African (SSA) maize farmers.

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Mononychellus tanajoa: (Cassava Green Mite)

Publication Date: April, 2016

Section Titles: Background Information, Introduction, Known Distribution, Description and Biology, Host Crops and Other Plants, Potential Distribution

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Busseola fusca

Busseola fusca (African Stem Borer)

Publication Date: September, 2014

Section Titles: Background Information, Introduction, Known Distribution, Description and Biology, Host Crops and Other Plants, Potential Distribution

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Cicadulina mbila (Naudé): (Maize Leafhopper)

Publication Date: September, 2014
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Measuring the Effectiveness of Crop Improvement Research

Measuring the Effectiveness of Crop Improvement Research in Sub-Saharan Africa from the Perspectives of Varietal Output, Adoption, and Change: 20 Crops, 30 Countries, and 1150 Cultivars in Farmers’ Fields

Publication Date: July, 2014

A synthesis report on the results of a CGIAR project: Diffusion and Impact of Improved Varieties in Africa (DIIVA) Project – the first major study to focus on the diffusion of improved crop varieties

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Malawi Agricultural Snapshot 2004/5

Publication Date: March, 2014

The purpose of this series of country briefs is to provide a comprehensive and standardized view of agricultural characteristics inte- grated with socioeconomic variables across countries.

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Cover Atlas of African Ag

Accessing International Markets: Ports and Portsheds

Publication Date: January, 2014

More than 300 million Africans, about 30 percent of the total population, live more than one day away from the nearest port.

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Accessing Local Markets: Marketsheds

Publication Date: January, 2014

Across Africa buying and selling connects people. For a small-scale farmer, this trade takes place primarily within a limited geographic area based on access to market centers of a given size.

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Atlas of African Agriculture Research and Development

Administrative Boundaries

Publication Date: January, 2014

The most common ways to present data for research, demographic, political, and other reporting purposes is by administrative unit or the unit of measure that recognizes the political boundaries and area of a country.

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