Knowledge and Best practices

The project activities will be conducted in five main study regions within East African countries (Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania), each of these regions being selected to encompass different biophysical (including climate, soils, topography) and farming system characteristics. All the selected regions have been exposed to varying degrees to the push-pull technology through previous training and dissemination, notably by the UPSCALE project partners. All the regions share several constraints for push-pull expansion including limited access to agricultural extension services and frequent shortage and high expense of seeds for push-pull implementation. Therefore, these regions are essential for implementing the experimental tasks following a standardized, common study design across countries and are open for collaboration and merging with study and dissemination sites of other ongoing or recent projects.

Please find below a list of practice abstract produced in the framework of our project, divided by topic of interest. If you wish to download all practice abstracts with just one click, this compressed version is what you are looking for. Find here the merged version of our practice abstracts.

Farming practice

Agricultural production system

Soil management / functionality

Biodiversity and nature management

Landscape / land management

Pest /disease control

Fertilisation and nutrients management

Climate and climate change