Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Sustainable-Agriculture-in-Africa-27MZIFLIEZ1Q.htmlConceptually similarSustainable Agriculture in AfricaGP02UV4Completed★★★★Mrs Ouso showing maize that benefited from napier grass and the desmodium. Suba District, Kenya.GP01FPUCompleted★★★★Stemborer larvae emerging from maize stalk at ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP0WG5Completed★★★★Stemborer larvae emerging from maize stem in the field at ICIPE station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP010A6Completed★★★★Diamond-back moth damage to young kale plant. ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP01ERACompleted★★★★Diamond-back moth larvae. ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP01E9ECompleted★★★★Young crops of maize and silver leaf, ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP01G8ICompleted★★★★Sustainable Agriculture in AfricaGP0IBXCompleted★★★★Push Pull Farming Techniques in KenyaGP0STP75NCompleted★★★★View AllGP01DI6Sustainable Agriculture in AfricaA maize field in Kenya. Farmers are walking through the field to plant Napier grass next to the maize, that will attract moth larvae and also to plant Desmodium that will deter the moths from the maize. This is called the "Push-Pull-Method".Locations:Africa-Eastern Africa-Kenya-Mbita PointDate:1 Jan, 2001Credit:© Matthias Ziegler / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2288px X 2992pxRestrictions:Greenpeace internal use only. For all external usage please contact Greenpeace Germany. Keywords:Agricultural land-Agricultural processes-Clouds-Crops-Day-Farmers-Farming-KWCI (GPI)-Maize-Organic farming-Outdoors-SAGE (campaign title)-Small group of people-Sunny-Sustainable agricultureShoot:Sustainable Agriculture in AfricaDocumentation of sustainable agriculture in Africa.