FSI+

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Fertilizer Sector Improvement

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FSI+

seeks to increase and enhance food security for smallholder farmers in target districts in Myanmar.

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Promoting the Application of Balanced Fertilizer

The Fertilizer Sector Improvement (FSI) project, funded by USAID, began in March 2014 as a three-year project. In May 2015, it was expanded and extended to a five-year project known as FSI+ (2014-2019). The project promotes the application of balanced fertilizer with urea deep placement (UDP).

 

Targeting Burmese Smallholder Farmers

FSI+ targets Burmese smallholder farmers in rice-rice and
rice-gram cropping systems and encourages
efficiencies of demand and supply of agricultural
inputs with emphasis on the manufacture and
sale of urea briquettes.

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Project Reports

Fertilizer Sector Improvement Project Fertilizer Dealer Survey

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Report of 2015 Dry Season Trials
in Myanmar

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Crop Cut Survey Report
(2016 Wet Season)

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USAID/Fertilizer Sector Improvement Project Gender Assessment

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Report of 2015 Wet Season Trials

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Report of 2016 Dry Season Trials

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Myanmar Fertilizer
Policy Evaluation

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Crop Cut Survey Report (2015/16 Dry Season)

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Myanmar Response of Transplanted HYV to UDP- Wet Season 2014

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Report of Variety and Fertilizer Management Demonstration Plots on Maize in Southern Shan State, Myanmar (2016 Wet Season)

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Donors

U.S. Agency for International Development