Dr. Nhamo Nhamo

Country of current residence

Zimbabwe

Current position

Agronomist and coordinator of the Zambia Agripreneurs Program (ZAP)

Current institute employer

International Institute for Tropical Agriculture

Profession

Agricultural Engineer

Degrees / expertise

MPhil Agriculture (University of Zimbabwe)

BSc. Hons. Soil Science (University of Zimbabwe)

Professional experience

Agronomist: World Agroforestry Centre - [ICRAF – Zimbabwe]

Part-time Lecturer: The Women University in Africa (WUA)

Research Officer: Department of Research and Extension, Ministry of Agriculture - Zimbabwe

Research Assistant: Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Programme (TSBF)

2007

Nhamo, N.  2007.  The contribution of different fauna communities to improved soil health: A case of Zimbabwean soils under conservation agriculture.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bonn.  Further Information

2005

Nhamo, N., C. Thierfelder, P. Wall and C. Martius.  2005.  Early-Season Termite Composition (Isoptera: Macrotermes) on Maize Fields on Two Soil Types in Two Agro-Ecological Zones of Zimbabwe.  The Global Food & Product Chain –Tropentag 2005

2004

Nhamo, N. and P.P. Chivenge.  2004.  A review of the work done on improving soil water, tillage and nutrient interactions for increased crop productivity in the semi-arid to arid areas of Southern Africa.  Proceedings of the OSWU/ARC conference, July 2004, Pr
Nhamo, N., H.K. Murwira and K.E. Giller.  2004.  The relationship between nitrogen mineralization patterns and quality indices of cattle manure from different smallholder farm in Zimbabwe.  In: Andre Bationo (eds.): Managing nutrient cycles to sustain soil fertility.  
Nhamo, N., P.P. Nhamo and D.B. Shumba.  2004.  Phosphorus placement in Maize-Cowpea sequences in the smallholder farming systems of Zimbabwe.  Proceedings of the 4th International Crop Science Congress, 27 September – 1 October 2004, Brisbane, Australia

2003

Chivenge, P. P., J. P. Dimes, N. Nhamo, J. Nzuma and H. K. Murwira.  2003.  Evaluation of APSIM to simulate maize response to manure inputs in wet and dry regions of Zimbabwe.  In: R. Delve and M. Probert (eds.): Modeling nutrient management in cropping systems.  
Nhamo, N., P.P. Chivenge and W. Sakala.  2003.  Improving soil water, tillage and nutrient conservation techniques for increased crop productivity in the semi-arid to arid areas of Southern Africa: A review.  A special assignment report - African Conservatio
Nhamo, N., W. Mupangwa, S. Siziba, T. Gatsi and D. Chikazunga.  2003.  The role of Cowpea (Vigna Unguiculata) among other grain legumes in the management of soil fertility in the smallholder farming sector of Zimbabwe.  In: S. Waddington (eds.): Grain Le.  

2002

Murwira, H.K., P. Mutuo, N. Nhamo, R. Rabeson, M. Mwale and C. Palm.  2002.  Fertilizer equivalency values of organic materials of differing quality.  In: B. Vanlauwe, J. Diels, N. Sanginga and R. Merckx (eds.): Integrated Plant Nutrient Management in Sub-Sah.  
Nhamo, N., T. Sithole, D.K.C. Dhliwayo, W. Mupangwa, T. Gatsi, D. Chikazunga and H. Nemasasi.  2002.  The prospects of smallholder farmers utilizing organic materials as soil fertility amendments in Murewa and Mvuma, Zimbabwe.  A Soil Fertility Network research

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Research themes
  • Social and Cultural Change and Adaptation
Additional information

Field Research adress: CIMMYT-Zimbabwe, P.O. Box MP 163, Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe

Professional experience
Agronomist: World Agroforestry Centre - [ICRAF – Zimbabwe] Part-time Lecturer: The Women University in Africa (WUA) Research Officer: Department of Research and Extension, Ministry of Agriculture - Zimbabwe Research Assistant: Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Programme (TSBF)
Degrees

MPhil Agriculture (University of Zimbabwe)

BSc. Hons. Soil Science (University of Zimbabwe)

Funding institutions

CIMMYT

Research affiliation

CIMMYT/ZEF-Bonn

Doctoral research funded by

CIMMYT/ZEF-Bonn

Nhamo Nhamo

Former Junior Researcher

Former Department :
ZEF C: Department of Ecology and Natural Resources Management

Office E-Mail:
n.nhamo(at)cgiar.org