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Samuel Njoroge


Phone:
c/o IFDC - East & Southern Africa Division
ICIPE Compound
Duduville – Kasarani, Thika Road
P.O. Box 30772-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya
Samuel Njoroge holds an Msc in Agroforestry and Rural development from Kenyatta University in Kenya. He joined IPNI in February 2013 to take up the position of program assistant in the research area. Prior to joining IPNI, he worked as a research assistant for three years at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT). Samuel's work focuses on the development and promotion of sustainable crop nutrient management practices for smallholder farming systems in sub-Saharan Africa based on the 4R Nutrient Stewardship. Publications J. Kihara, J. Mukalama, F.O. Ayuke, S. Njoroge, B. Waswa, J. Okeyo, S. Koala, and A. Bationo (2012). Crop and Soil Response to Tillage and Crop Residue Application in a Tropical Ferralsol in Sub-humid Western Kenya. In, A. Bationo, B. Waswa, J. Kihara, I. Adolwa, B. Vanlauwe, and S. Koala, (Eds). Lessons learned from Long-term Soil Fertility Management Experiments in Africa. Springer Dordrecht Heilberg New York London.



Selected Publications

J. Kihara, J. Mukalama, F.O. Ayuke, S. Njoroge, B. Waswa, J. Okeyo, S. Koala, and A. Bationo (2012). Crop and Soil Response to Tillage and Crop Residue Application in a Tropical Ferralsol in Sub-humid Western Kenya. In, A. Bationo, B. Waswa, J. Kihara, I. Adolwa, B. Vanlauwe, and S. Koala, (Eds). Lessons learned from Long-term Soil Fertility Management Experiments in Africa. Springer Dordrecht Heilberg New York London.