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Albert Mvula 5h
Interesting discussion again with Jalanthowa DBF farmers. The story behind small plots of Conservation Agriculture including 's deep bed system has been one of the controversial issues in CA's sustainability.
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Albert Mvula Jun 15
I must visit some of these places at so.e point
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Albert Mvula Jun 15
Measurement of maize yields from deep bed and ridge-based plots. It doesn't get better than this!
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Albert Mvula Jun 15
This summed up this week's schedule. Harvesting eroded & deposited in experimental plots. Getting busier by the day
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Albert Mvula May 31
Participatory analysis of the impacts of on farmers livelihoods...some interesting stuff coming out of our activities so far... through farmers own analysis.
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Albert Mvula May 24
This work requires good facilitation skills...of course you need your sense of humour too to keep going.
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Albert Mvula May 24
Participatory livelihood analysis at Kapata today...you don't always have such active ladies in many groups... & would have enjoyed this session. Farmers say needs to send more researchers here 🤔
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Albert Mvula May 21
We hope for the best
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Albert Mvula May 21
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Albert Mvula May 18
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Albert Mvula May 18
This sounds interesting
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Albert Mvula May 17
Lab analysis of soil quality is done! Moving on to the next theme: Livelihoods analysis, the theme loves most...or is it not?
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Albert Mvula May 12
has a long way to go. Perhaps the first step is to remind our leaders they get paid to serve us, not rule us.
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Albert Mvula May 9
Replying to @DavidStorey60
Looking forward to this
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Albert Mvula May 7
Getting down this steep hill 2as tough yesterday.
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Albert Mvula May 2
Explaining reasons behind infiltration tests to Bala farmers yesterday was awesome. Never underestimate farmers' understanding of science.
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Albert Mvula May 2
What relationships exist between soil and water and other ecosystems & farmers livelihoods? Interesting to learn how poor soils relate to fighting between husbands & wives with Bala Tiyeni farmers yesterday. Day well spent.
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Albert Mvula May 1
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Albert Mvula May 1
Buying scratch cards for my mobile internet despite persistent rains in Mzuzu. This small-scale business employs many women in Malawi, especially in urban centres. Learn Geography with , , ,
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Albert Mvula Apr 16
Getting ready for soil analysis; total nitrogen. The learning goes on...
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