The report "N2Africa rhizobial isolates in Kenya" giving details of research activities related to rhizobial isolates for Pisum sativum in Kenya.
Synthesis report "N2Africa Early Impact Survey".
Two reports produced in collaboration with PROIntensAfrica:
- "The role of legumes in sustainable intensification – priority areas for research in western Kenya";
- "The role of legumes in sustainable intensification – priority areas for research in northern Ghana".
Three MSc theses:
- "Understanding drivers behind the implementation and adaptation of improved climbing bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) technologies by smallholder farmers in Kapchorwa district, eastern Uganda" by Laurie van Reemst;
- "Response of three groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) genotypes to calcium and phosphatic fertilizers" by Henry Tamba Nyuma, a student supported by the Buffet Foundation (N2Africa Liberia);
- "Effect of rhizobia inoculation and phosphorus fertilizer on nodulation and yield of soyabean [Glycine max (L.) Merril] in Dedza, Kasungu and Salima districts of Malawi" by Donald Siyeni.
MSc internship report "Evaluating farmers’ decision making on choosing technologies and practices in adaptation trials" by Kohji Nakasaka.