Regis Chikowo
Regis Chikowo
Agroecology Professor, University of Zimbabwe
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Can sub-Saharan Africa feed itself?
MK Van Ittersum, LGJ Van Bussel, J Wolf, P Grassini, J Van Wart, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (52), 14964-14969, 2016
Communicating complexity: Integrated assessment of trade-offs concerning soil fertility management within African farming systems to support innovation and development
KE Giller, P Tittonell, MC Rufino, MT Van Wijk, S Zingore, P Mapfumo, ...
Agricultural systems 104 (2), 191-203, 2011
The future of farming: Who will produce our food?
KE Giller, T Delaune, JV Silva, K Descheemaeker, G van de Ven, ...
Food Security 13 (5), 1073-1099, 2021
Measuring sustainable intensification in smallholder agroecosystems: A review
A Smith, S Snapp, R Chikowo, P Thorne, M Bekunda, J Glover
Global Food Security 12, 127-138, 2017
Agroecology-based aggradation-conservation agriculture (ABACO): Targeting innovations to combat soil degradation and food insecurity in semi-arid Africa
P Tittonell, E Scopel, N Andrieu, H Posthumus, P Mapfumo, M Corbeels, ...
Field Crops Research 132, 168-174, 2012
Integrated Weed Management systems allow reduced reliance on herbicides and long-term weed control
R Chikowo, V Faloya, S Petit, NM Munier-Jolain
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 132 (3-4), 237-242, 2009
Participatory action research (PAR) as an entry point for supporting climate change adaptation by smallholder farmers in Africa
P Mapfumo, S Adjei-Nsiah, F Mtambanengwe, R Chikowo, KE Giller
Environmental Development 5, 6-22, 2013
Farm typologies, soil fertility variability and nutrient management in smallholder farming in Sub-Saharan Africa
R Chikowo, S Zingore, S Snapp, A Johnston
Nutrient cycling in agroecosystems 100, 1-18, 2014
Building on indigenous knowledge to strengthen the capacity of smallholder farming communities to adapt to climate change and variability in southern Africa
P Mapfumo, F Mtambanengwe, R Chikowo
Climate and Development 8 (1), 72-82, 2016
Doubled-up legume rotations improve soil fertility and maintain productivity under variable conditions in maize-based cropping systems in Malawi
A Smith, S Snapp, J Dimes, C Gwenambira, R Chikowo
Agricultural Systems 145, 139-149, 2016
Mineral N dynamics, leaching and nitrous oxide losses under maize following two-year improved fallows on a sandy loam soil in Zimbabwe
R Chikowo, P Mapfumo, P Nyamugafata, KE Giller
Plant and soil 259, 315-330, 2004
Woody legume fallow productivity, biological N2-fixation and residual benefits to two successive maize crops in Zimbabwe
R Chikowo, P Mapfumo, P Nyamugafata, KE Giller
Plant and Soil 262, 303-315, 2004
Small farms and development in sub-Saharan Africa: Farming for food, for income or for lack of better options?
KE Giller, T Delaune, JV Silva, M van Wijk, J Hammond, ...
Food Security 13 (6), 1431-1454, 2021
Sources of vulnerability to a variable and changing climate among smallholder households in Zimbabwe: A participatory analysis
J Rurinda, P Mapfumo, MT Van Wijk, F Mtambanengwe, MC Rufino, ...
Climate Risk Management 3, 65-78, 2014
Maize yield and profitability tradeoffs with social, human and environmental performance: Is sustainable intensification feasible?
SS Snapp, P Grabowski, R Chikowo, A Smith, E Anders, D Sirrine, ...
Agricultural systems 162, 77-88, 2018
Smallholder farms and the potential for sustainable intensification
LM Mungai, S Snapp, JP Messina, R Chikowo, A Smith, E Anders, ...
Frontiers in plant science 7, 1720, 2016
Maize productivity and mineral N dynamics following different soil fertility management practices on a depleted sandy soil in Zimbabwe
R Chikowo, P Mapfumo, P Nyamugafata, KE Giller
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 102 (2), 119-131, 2004
Response of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to nitrogen, phosphorus and rhizobia inoculation across variable soils in Zimbabwe
V Chekanai, R Chikowo, B Vanlauwe
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 266, 167-173, 2018
Comparative assessment of maize, finger millet and sorghum for household food security in the face of increasing climatic risk
J Rurinda, P Mapfumo, MT Van Wijk, F Mtambanengwe, MC Rufino, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 55, 29-41, 2014
Climate change and variability: smallholder farming communities in Zimbabwe portray a varied understanding
F Mtambanengwe, P Mapfumo, R Chikowo, T Chamboko
African Crop Science Journal 20, 227-241, 2012
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