ASAL KHUB

Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Knowledge Hub Platform (ASAL K-Hub)

ASAL K-Hub Platform is managed by the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Agricultural Productivity Research Project (ASAL-APRP) at Kenya Agriculture and Livestock Research Organization (KALRO) Headquarters and funded by European Union (EU) and KALRO. The main objective of the platform is to promote data exchange, sharing, learning, collaboration and innovation for equitable access and utilization of agricultural knowledge and information within the ASALs and beyond. The platform has capabilities for; access, storage, preservation and reuse of research Information and Data. The platform supports data visualization and business analytics for registered users.

Vision

ASAL K-Hub is envisioned to be a vibrant platform offering access, sharing and utilization of information and knowledge for improved agricultural productivity.

Mission

To avail Information and knowledge of Innovations and Management Practices for enhancement of Agricultural productivity in the ASALs.


 11 Datasets found.
April 2017
Dataset Title: 0011 Effect of Supplementing Rhodes Grass Hay with Cotton Seedcake on Growth Performance of the Sma
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Bii1, J. C., S. A. Abdulrazak2, E. A. Mukisira3 and E. K. Shakala4
Key Words: Rhodes grass hay, Cotton seedcake supplementation, South East Kenya
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 0010 Local innovation for food security and livelihood.docx
Published: April 2017
Author(s): SACDEP
Key Words: Food security, Livelihood, brooding, chicken, practical Skills Providers
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 009 Up scaling the grain amaranth technology in Kitui County.docx
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Catholic Diocese of Kitui
Key Words: Amaranth, Nutrition, income, health, vulnerable groups
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 008 Small holder poultry agribusiness development programme Commercialization of indigenous poultry
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Anglican Development Services – Mt Kenya
Key Words: Commercialization, KALRO improved indigenous chicken, lead farmers, hatching.
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 007 Effects of selected routine husbandry practices on growth rate of small East African goat weaner
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Korir1, B.K. R.N. Kinuthia2 and D.M. Nyariki2
Key Words: Supplementation, growth rates, weight gains, Small East African goat
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 006 Irrigated forage production.docx
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Kidake Bosco, Everlyne Kirwa, Bryan Ogillo, Denis Kubasu and William Mnene
Key Words: Pasture improvement, reseeding, rangelands
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 002 KALRO-ARLRI, Kiboko Range Grass Seed Collection and Distribution.docx
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Ogillo, Bryan P., Peter Mweki, Bosco K. Kidake, Denis O. Kubasu, Everlyne C. Kirwa, Simon Kuria and William N. Mnene
Key Words: Range grass seeds, KALRO-ARLRI, Kiboko, Cenchrus ciliaris, Chloris roxburghiana, Enteropogon macrostachyus and Eragrostis superba
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 005 KALRO Chicken Alternative livelihoods for ASALs.docx
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Wachira 1 Ann M., David Miano2, Peter Alaru3 and Gladys Wangui3
Key Words: KALRO Chicken, ASALs
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 004 KALRO Galla Goats Alternative Livelihoods for ASALs.docx
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Mnene, W.N., S. Kuria, J. Bii, L. Wambulwa, P. Katiku and P. Njuguna
Key Words: KALRO Kiboko, Galla Goats, ASAL
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 003 Economic analysis of natural pasture rehabilitation through pasture reseeding in the southern ra
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Kimutai J.J., J.K. Manyeki, B. Kidake B., Kirwa E.C., Ogillo P. B., Mnene W.N and S. Kuria
Key Words: Cost benefit ratio, net present value, natural pasture improvement, gross margin, tropical livestock unit
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April 2017
Dataset Title: 001 Benefit-Cost analysis of reseeding using ox-furrows and range pitting in South-eastern Kenya Ran
Published: April 2017
Author(s): Ogillo, Bryan P., Bosco K. Kidake, Everlyne C. Kirwa, Denis O. Kubasu and William N. Mnene
Key Words: Benefit-Cost analysis, ox-furrows, Kiboko range pits, South-eastern Kenya, Rangelands
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