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Special edition on ‘’The options by context approach: a paradigm shift in agronomy’. Experimental Agriculture

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The first twelve papers of a groundbreaking special issue of the journal Experimental Agriculture on ‘’The options by context approach: a paradigm shift in agronomy’
came on line during 2016. This represents not only a major landmark in consolidating the approach to dealing with fine-scale variation in context to enable scaling up agroforestry, pioneered by the FTA Livelihood Systems flagship, but also shows cross-fertilisation with CCAFS and amongst CGIAR centres and partners including ICRAF, IITA, CIMMYT, Bioversity and CIRAD and draws contributions from a broad range of advanced research institutions including Cornell (US), Bangor (UK) and Wageningen (Netherlands) Universities. Some of these papers have already catalyzed a lively dialogue in the pages of the journal about how to approach research relevant to scaling up agricultural innovation.

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Special edition on ‘’The options by context approach: a paradigm shift in agronomy’. Experimental Agriculture

  1. 1. The first twelve papers of a groundbreaking special issue of the journal Experimental Agriculture on ‘’The options by context approach: a paradigm shift in agronomy’ came on line during 2016. This represents not only a major landmark in consolidating the approach to dealing with fine-scale variation in context to enable scaling up agroforestry, pioneered by the FTA Livelihood Systems flagship, but also shows cross-fertilisation with CCAFS and amongst CGIAR centres and partners including ICRAF, IITA, CIMMYT, Bioversity and CIRAD and draws contributions from a broad range of advanced research institutions including Cornell (US), Bangor (UK) and Wageningen (Netherlands) Universities. Some of these papers have already catalyzed a lively dialogue in the pages of the journal about how to approach research relevant to scaling up agricultural innovation. COE, R., NJOLOMA, J., & SINCLAIR, F. (2016). LOADING THE DICE IN FAVOUR OF THE FARMER: REDUCING THE RISK OF ADOPTING AGRONOMIC INNOVATIONS. Experimental Agriculture, 1-17. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000181 VANLAUWE, B., COE, R., & GILLER, K. (2016). BEYOND AVERAGES: NEW APPROACHES TO UNDERSTAND HETEROGENEITY AND RISK OF TECHNOLOGY SUCCESS OR FAILURE IN SMALLHOLDER FARMING. Experimental Agriculture, 1-23. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000193 NELSON, R., COE, R., & HAUSSMANN, B. (2016). FARMER RESEARCH NETWORKS AS A STRATEGY FOR MATCHING DIVERSE OPTIONS AND CONTEXTS IN SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURE. Experimental Agriculture, 1-20. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000454 VAN ETTEN, J., BEZA, E., CALDERER, L., VAN DUIJVENDIJK, K., FADDA, C., FANTAHUN, B., . . . ZIMMERER, K. (2016). FIRST EXPERIENCES WITH A NOVEL FARMER CITIZEN SCIENCE APPROACH: CROWDSOURCING PARTICIPATORY VARIETY SELECTION THROUGH ON-FARM TRIADIC COMPARISONS OF TECHNOLOGIES (TRICOT). Experimental Agriculture, 1-22. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000739 FARROW, A., RONNER, E., VAN DEN BRAND, G., BOAHEN, S., LEONARDO, W., WOLDE- MESKEL, E., . . . GILLER, K. (2016). FROM BEST FIT TECHNOLOGIES TO BEST FIT SCALING: INCORPORATING AND EVALUATING FACTORS AFFECTING THE ADOPTION OF GRAIN LEGUMES IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA. Experimental Agriculture,1-26. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000764 LAMOND, G., SANDBROOK, L., GASSNER, A., & SINCLAIR, F. (2016). LOCAL KNOWLEDGE OF TREE ATTRIBUTES UNDERPINS SPECIES SELECTION ON COFFEE FARMS. Experimental Agriculture, 1-15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000168 VAN DER WOLF, J., JASSOGNE, L., GRAM, G., & VAAST, P. (2016). TURNING LOCAL KNOWLEDGE ON AGROFORESTRY INTO AN ONLINE DECISION-SUPPORT TOOL FOR TREE SELECTION IN SMALLHOLDERS’ FARMS. Experimental Agriculture, 1-17. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S001447971600017X
  2. 2. BERRE, D., BAUDRON, F., KASSIE, M., CRAUFURD, P., & LOPEZ-RIDAURA, S. (2016). DIFFERENT WAYS TO CUT A CAKE: COMPARING EXPERT-BASED AND STATISTICAL TYPOLOGIES TO TARGET SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION TECHNOLOGIES, A CASE-STUDY IN SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA. Experimental Agriculture, 1-17. doi:10.1017/S0014479716000727DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000727 VANEK, S., & DRINKWATER, L. (2016). INTEGRATING SCIENTIFIC AND LOCAL SOILS KNOWLEDGE TO EXAMINE OPTIONS BY CONTEXT INTERACTIONS FOR PHOSPHORUS ADDITION TO LEGUMES IN AN ANDEAN AGROECOSYSTEM. Experimental Agriculture, 1-24. doi:10.1017/S0014479716000478 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000478 DESCHEEMAEKER, K., RONNER, E., OLLENBURGER, M., FRANKE, A., KLAPWIJK, C., FALCONNIER, G., . . . GILLER, K. (2016). WHICH OPTIONS FIT BEST? OPERATIONALIZING THE SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL NICHE CONCEPT. Experimental Agriculture, 1-22. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S001447971600048X MAZÓN, N., PERALTA, E., MURILLO, Á, RIVERA, M., GUZMÁN, A., PICHAZACA, N., & NICKLIN, C. (2016). IT'S NOT JUST THE TECHNOLOGY, IT'S THE SURROUNDING SYSTEM: HOW RESEARCHERS IN ECUADOR FOUND WAYS TO MAKE THEMSELVES USEFUL TO FARMERS THROUGH QUINOA AND LUPIN SEED SYSTEMS. Experimental Agriculture, 1-18. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000442 FRANKE, A., BAIJUKYA, F., KANTENGWA, S., RECKLING, M., VANLAUWE, B., & GILLER, K. (2016). POOR FARMERS – POOR YIELDS: SOCIO-ECONOMIC, SOIL FERTILITY AND CROP MANAGEMENT INDICATORS AFFECTING CLIMBING BEAN PRODUCTIVITY IN NORTHERN RWANDA. Experimental Agriculture, 1-21. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479716000028

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