• An APS enumerator interviewing a farmer in Tanzania
  • TAMASA is a four-year project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, seeking to improve productivity and profitability for small-scale maize farmers in Africa. Learn more.
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  • TAMASA aims to use innovative approaches to transform agronomy in Africa

Transforming Maize Agronomy in Africa

Taking Maize Agronomy to Scale in Africa (TAMASA) is a 4-year project (November 2014-October 2018) funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, seeking to improve productivity and profitability for small-scale maize farmers in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Nigeria.

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  • TAMASA Newsletter

    TAMASA Newsletter | March 2017

  • TANZANIA | Performance Trials for Northern Tanzania

    Data collection and planting of Performance Trials in Mbulu, Hanang, Babati and Kiteto districts. Mbulu District. Six trials were visited for data collection at Mbulu (T-23-01, T-23-03, T-23-08, T-23-12, T-23-13 and T-23-02). The data collected included date of emergence (DOE), 75% seed of emergence and number of leaves per plant in each ...

  • TANZANIA | Performance Trials for Southern Highland Zone

    Introduction The 2016/17 Performance Trials are an extract from the Nutrient Omission Trials of season 2015/16. Performance Trials are an advanced version of Nutrient Omission Trials Except for a few cases, the Performance Trials field sites should be between the same grids in which Nutrient Omission Trials were planted. Performance Trials ...