A practical guide for collecting farmers socio-economic and agronomic data: an AfSIS Project field protocol
MetadataShow full item record
Okoth, Peter; Nambiro, Elizabeth; Kibe, Peter; Njoroge, Samuel; Macharia, Rosemary; Kihara, Job; Huising, Jeroen. 2012. A practical guide for collecting farmers socio-economic and agronomic data: an AfSIS Project field protocol. International Center for Tropical Agriculture.
Permanent link to cite or share this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/49625
External link to download this item: http://www.africasoil.info/docs/Socio%20economic%20and%20agronomic%20survey%20protocolSmall_PRINT.pdf
One of the aims of the AfSIS (Africa Soil Information Service) project is to document farmers’ characteristics and practices to determine their ability to engage in effective soil and crop management. This document outlines how agronomic surveys are integrated with knowledge of farmers’ condition, wealth, status, access to knowledge, and access to markets, using pre-designed questionnaires and field surveys, and including the use of Global Positioning System-based field surveys and Geographic Information Systems.
Related reference: http://www.africasoils.net/