Senegal - SN
Jul 10, 2008Public
Photo: Farmers preparing a rice nursery using SRI specifications in  Kaffrine region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by: Lorraine Perricone - Dazzo, June 2013]
Photo: Millet chaff burned in piles between rows of rice to repel insect pests, in particular beetles which drink the milk of the developing rice grain and severely reduce yields in Kaffrine Region Senegal , West Africa. [Photo by: Lorraine Perricone - Dazzo, September, 2013]
Photo: The rice demo farmers and their Peace Corps volunteers at a final gathering to celebrate and discuss the harvest results in Kaffrine Region Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone - Dazzo, November 2013]
Photo: Rice nursery ready to be transplanted into a prepared field space next to seasonal river in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone - Dazzo, June, 2013]
Photo: Seeding rice by horse drawn machine. Soil is mixed into the hopper to increase within-row spacing and then thinned to 1 seedling per hill after emergence in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone - Dazo, July 2013]
Photo: Seeding rice by horse drawn machine. Soil is mixed into the hopper to increase within-row spacing and then thinned to 1 seedling per hill after emergence in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone- Dazzo, July 2013]
Photo: Transplanting young rice seedlings at 25cmx25cm spacing using a planting string. The string is marked with strips of plastic bag in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone - Dazzo, July 2013]
Photo: SRI demo farmer hand weeds his hand-seeded treatment using a traditional tool in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone - Dazzo July 2013]
Photo: The subplot on the left is transplanted NERICA 6 rice while the right is machine seeded Sayel 108 variety. These plots are from the Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone- Dazzo, August 2013]
Photo: The improved rice cropping demo trials were located in a seasonal flooding pattern in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africe. Here, we see the water level at the pique of the rainy season. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone - Dozza, August 2013]
Photo: Direct seeding by hand at 25cmx25cm spacing using a planting string (in foreground) in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, West Africa. [Photo by Lorraine Perricone - Dozza, June 2013]
Photo: Photo from Matam, in northern Senegal along the Senegal River (across from Mauritania), where a large project, PRODAM, is training farmers to scale up SRI to 3,000 ha.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: Photo from Matam, in northern Senegal along the Senegal River (across from Mauritania), where a large project, PRODAM, is training farmers to scale up SRI to 3,000 ha.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: Photo from Matam, in northern Senegal along the Senegal River (across from Mauritania), where a large project, PRODAM, is training farmers to scale up SRI to 3,000 ha.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: SRI Training in Toubacouta.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: SRI Training in Toubacouta.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: SRI Training in Ziguinchor.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: SRI Training in Ziguinchor.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: Transplanting practice at an SRI Training in Ziguinchor.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: SRI Training in Ziguinchor.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: Transplanting practice at an SRI Training in Ziguinchor.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
Photo: SRI Training in Ziguinchor.  [Photo by Devon Jenkins, Senegal, 2015]
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