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Spatial and Gender Dimensions of IPM Adoption in Uganda
(Virginia Tech, 2011-05-23)
This research on gender and tomato production in rural sub-county of Busukuma in Uganda explores the roles that distance and mobility play in adoption of environmentally friendly crop protection practices. Ugandaâ s ...
Using Qualitative Geographic Information Systems to Explore Gendered Dimensions for Conservation Agriculture Production Systems in the Philippines: A Mixed Methods Approach
(Virginia Tech, 2013-05-14)
This research identifies gender-based constraints and opportunities for the adoption of conservation agriculture production systems (CAPS) based on a case-study with smallholder farmers in two villages in Misamis Oriental, ...