Items where Author is "Dimes, J"

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African Development Bank

Dixit, P N and Cooper, P J M and Dimes, J and Rao, K P C (2011) Adding Value to Field-Based Agronomic Research through Climate Risk Assessment: A Case Study of Maize Production in Kitale, Kenya. Experimental Agriculture, 47 (2). pp. 317-338.

Bundesministerium fuer Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit

Mativavarira, M and Dimes, J and Masikati, P and Van Rooyen, A F and Mwenje, E and Sikosana, J L N and Homann-Kee Tui, S (2011) Evaluation of water productivity, stover feed quality and farmers’ preferences on sweet sorghum cultivar types in the semi-arid regions of Zimbabwe. Journal of SAT Agricultural Research, 9. 9pp.. ISSN 0973-3094

Bundesministerium fuer Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit (BMZ)

Mativavarira, M and Masikati, P and Van Rooyen, A F and Mwenje, E and Dimes, J and Blummel, M and Jumbo, B M and Sikosana, J L N and Mazvimavi, K (2013) Response of Sorghum Cultivar’s to Nitrogen Levels on Yield, Water Productivity, Stover Nutritive Value Traits and Economic Benefits to Crop-Livestock Farmers in the Semi-Arid Areas of Zimbabwe. Agricultural Journal, 8 (5). pp. 204-211. ISSN 1816-9155

Department for International Development(DFID)

Twomlow, S J and Rohrbach, D D and Dimes, J and Rusike, J and Mupangwa, W and Ncube, B and Hove, L and Moyo, M and Mashingaidze, N and Mahposa, P (2010) Micro-dosing as a pathway to Africa’s Green Revolution: evidence from broad-scale on-farm trials. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 88 (1). pp. 3-15. ISSN 1573-0867

ECHO

Twomlow, S J and Rohrbach, D D and Dimes, J and Rusike, J and Mupangwa, W and Ncube, B and Hove, L and Moyo, M and Mashingaidze, N and Mahposa, P (2010) Micro-dosing as a pathway to Africa’s Green Revolution: evidence from broad-scale on-farm trials. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 88 (1). pp. 3-15. ISSN 1573-0867

International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics

Mativavarira, M and Dimes, J and Masikati, P and Van Rooyen, A F and Mwenje, E and Sikosana, J L N and Homann-Kee Tui, S (2011) Evaluation of water productivity, stover feed quality and farmers’ preferences on sweet sorghum cultivar types in the semi-arid regions of Zimbabwe. Journal of SAT Agricultural Research, 9. 9pp.. ISSN 0973-3094

Twomlow, S J and Rohrbach, D D and Dimes, J and Rusike, J and Mupangwa, W and Ncube, B and Hove, L and Moyo, M and Mashingaidze, N and Mahposa, P (2010) Micro-dosing as a pathway to Africa’s Green Revolution: evidence from broad-scale on-farm trials. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, 88 (1). pp. 3-15. ISSN 1573-0867

International Development Research Centre

Minde, I and Pedzisa, T and Dimes, J (2008) Improving Access and Utilization of Fertilizers by Smallholder Farmers in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Monograph. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.

International Livestock Research Institute

Mativavarira, M and Dimes, J and Masikati, P and Van Rooyen, A F and Mwenje, E and Sikosana, J L N and Homann-Kee Tui, S (2011) Evaluation of water productivity, stover feed quality and farmers’ preferences on sweet sorghum cultivar types in the semi-arid regions of Zimbabwe. Journal of SAT Agricultural Research, 9. 9pp.. ISSN 0973-3094

International Water Management Institute

Mativavarira, M and Dimes, J and Masikati, P and Van Rooyen, A F and Mwenje, E and Sikosana, J L N and Homann-Kee Tui, S (2011) Evaluation of water productivity, stover feed quality and farmers’ preferences on sweet sorghum cultivar types in the semi-arid regions of Zimbabwe. Journal of SAT Agricultural Research, 9. 9pp.. ISSN 0973-3094

WaterNet Challenge Program

Kahinda, J M and Rockstroma, J and Taigbenu, A E and Dimes, J (2007) Rainwater harvesting to enhance water productivity of rainfed agriculture in the semi-arid Zimbabwe. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, 32 (15-18). pp. 1068-1073. ISSN 1474-7065

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