KARI-Netherlands Support to NARP II KSS Work Plan 1997

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1997
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Kenya Agricultural Research Institute
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Population pressure on land and water resources in Kenya is high and increasing, resulting in scarcity of good agricultural land. To attain food sufficiency, it is, therefore, essential to make the best possible use of the limited available natural resources by intensification of production in the high potential soils and expansion into the less endowed lands. This should be based on sound development process and strategies. Readily accessible knowledge of the resources and understanding of their potentials and constraints is the main basis of these plans. The inventory and ancillary studies of the land resources is, therefore, a prerequisite for national planning of sustainable land use and development.
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