Assessment of Normalized Rainfall Index and Vulnerability of Sugarcane Production to Climate Change in Mumias Zone, Kenya

In Kenya, sugarcane is a significant economic crop. Over 8 million Kenyans are directly and indirectly supported by the sugar business, which provides income to over 294,000 small-scale growers and 7,500 employees. Rainfed sugarcane agriculture is the norm in Kenya,

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Appropriateness of Sugarcane Out-grower Support Programs: Towards Improving the Yields in Lowveld of Zimbabwe

Background: Sugar demand has fallen precipitously in recent years due to a variety of factors. The impact of the Land Redistribution Program (LRP) on agriculture, price controls, inflationary economic conditions, and aggressive international foreign policies have resulted in years of

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