• Dual-purpose varieties (feed and grain)
  • Mobile forage choppers
  • Utilization of crop residues
  • Fertilizer micro-dosing
  • Small-scale mechanization
  • Improved pearl millet varieties
  • Release of parasitoid Wasps and land reclamation
  • Approximately 540.6 MT of certified millet seeds and 851 MT of certified sorghum seeds were produced for distribution to 83,199 farmers. The average yield for sorghum was 3 MT/Ha while that of millet was 4 MT/ha.
  • TAAT organized farmer field schools for demonstration of the performance of sorghum and millet varieties as well as capacity building of Sahelian farmers on soil and water conservation techniques including zaï pits, half-moon and contour line techniques.
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