LandPKS Learning

Knowledge Hub

Filter content here or scroll down to browse articles.

A Comparison of Soil Texture‐by‐Feel Estimates: Implications for the Citizen Soil Scientist

Estimating soil texture is a fundamental practice universally applied by soil scientists to classify and understand the behavior, health, and management of soil systems.

Read more >

A standardized land capability classification system for land evaluation using mobile phone technology

One of the major causes of poverty globally is land degradation and poor natural resource conservation, leading to reduced agricultural productivity.

Read more >

Mobile phone use is associated with higher smallholder agricultural productivity in Tanzania, East Africa

Mobile phone use is increasing in Sub-Saharan Africa, spurring a growing focus on mobile phones as tools to increase agricultural yields and incomes on smallholder farms.

Read more >

Monitoring Rangeland Health

A Guide for Pastoralist Communities and Other Land Managers in Eastern Africa (Version II)

Read more >