Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Research-on-Farming-Methods-in-Kenya-27MZIFVHFU10.htmlConceptually similarMaize Grown with Organic Compost in KenyaGP04R5DCompleted★★★★Fields with Maize in KenyaGP04NVVCompleted★★★★Difference between maize grown with push-pull method (b/g) & without. (f/g, left). Suba District, Kenya.GP0OI8Completed★★★★Push-up and striga suppression strategies at work, ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP0IKBCompleted★★★★Ecological Farming in KenyaGP0STP73PCompleted★★★★Young crops of maize and silver leaf, ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP01G8ICompleted★★★★Eggs and damage of the stemborer to maize. ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP0UGMCompleted★★★★Push-pull strategies at work, ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP016KTCompleted★★★★Striga plant taking over maize plants. ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP04TMCompleted★★★★View AllGP04NVWResearch on Farming Methods in KenyaStaff at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology measure the height of plants every two weeks to comparing maize grown with standard fertilizer and organic compost.Locations:Africa-Kenya-ThikaDate:20 Jun, 2013Credit:© Sven Torfinn / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4928px X 3280pxKeywords:Agriculture-Crops-Day-Farms-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Maize-Men-Native Africans-Organic farming-Outdoors-Research-SAGE (campaign title)-Two people-WomenShoot:Organic Farming in KenyaThe International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology is running long-term comparison trials of farming systems in Thika, Kenya at KARI (Kenya Agricultural Research Institute). G-BIACK is a community-based organisation that trains and promotes Grow Bio-intensive Agriculture and other development technologies among small-scale farm holders in Kenya to improve food production and food security at household level.