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Research outputs: FARMERS

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2021 Heterogeneous welfare effects of farmer groups in smallholder irrigation schemes in South Africa

This paper analyses the heterogeneous effects of membership of a farmer group on access to water, use of inorganic fertiliser, household inc...

2021 Farm production diversification and dietary diversity among subsistence farming households: panel data evidence from South Africa

Improving the production of a variety of foods by subsistence farmers has been identified as a key strategy for improving dietary diversity....

2020 Ensuring access to water for food production by emerging farmers in South Africa: what are the missing ingredients?

One of the key components essential to the productivity of small-scale farmers who secured farms through the land redistribution programme i...

2020 Indigenous knowledge and modern sciences: complementary wisdom to help farmers: combining two knowledge systems to help sustain agricultural production in South Africa

For a very long time African communities, especially rural smallholder farmers, have relied on information gathered using indigenous systems...