PUBLICATIONS

Some “food for thought” on the future of Cambodian agriculture. S. Boulakia.

Development and prospects of conservation agriculture in South East Asia: A comprehensive review. Pascal Lienhard, Stéphane Boulakia, Jean-Claude Legoupil, Olivier Gilard, and Lucien Séguy. Development and prospects of conservation agriculture in South East Asia: A comprehensive review. In Jat and Sahrawat (eds) Conservation Agriculture: Global prospects and challenges. CABI. ISBN-13: 9781780642598. 

Conservation Agriculture, a 4 wins solution for rainfed agriculture in Mekong countries: The case of Cambodia. By: Stéphane Boulakia, Pen Vuth, Sann Vathana, Stéphane Chabierski, and Olivier Gilard

Strong natural resources and climate change dependence of the Cambodian smallholders agriculture. Proposition of strategic orientations and tactical implementing ways for resilient and sustainable rural development based on Conservation Agriculture. Boulakia S., Pen V., Sann V., Chabierski S.

Feed the Future SANREM Innovation Lab. Country brief: Cambodia. SANREM goal and approach in Cambodia

First impacts of DMC adoption among smallholders in Cambodia. By S. Chabierski, K. Rada, S. Sona, L. Tyneth, E. Penot and S. Boulakia.

A preliminary experience of CA practices extension with smallholders in Cambodia: the study case of Kampong Cham province. S. Chabierski, K. Rada, S. Sona, L. Tyneth, E. Penot and S. Boulakia. In: Hauswirth Damien et al. Conservation agriculture and sustainable upland livelihoods innovations for, with and by farmers to adapt to local and global changes: Proceedings the 3rd International Conference on Conservation Agriculture in Southeast Asia, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 10-15 December 2012.

The potentials and challenges of Conservation Agriculture adoption in the western upland areas of Cambodia: A case study in Rattanak Mundol district, Battambang province. R. Kong, S. Boulakia, S. Chabierski, V. Sar, S. San, B. Nin, E. Penot. In: Hauswirth Damien et al. Conservation agriculture and sustainable upland livelihoods innovations for, with and by farmers to adapt to local and global changes: Proceedings the 3rd International Conference on Conservation Agriculture in Southeast Asia, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 10-15 December 2012.

Conservation agriculture as an alternative to plough-based cassava cropping in the upland borders of Kampong Cham, Cambodia: preliminary results of extension. S. Chabierski, K. Rada, S. Sona and S. Boulakia. In: Hauswirth Damien et al. Conservation agriculture and sustainable upland livelihoods innovations for, with and by farmers to adapt to local and global changes: Proceedings the 3rd International Conference on Conservation Agriculture in Southeast Asia, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 10-15 December 2012.

Changes in soil organic C, nitrogen and chemical properties under no-till cropping systems on a Red Oxisol in Cambodia. Florent Tivet, Stéphane Boulakia, Sovuthy Pheav, Vira Leng, Rada Kong, Lucien Séguy. Conservation Agriculture for Smallholders in Asia and Africa’ held at the Bangladesh Agriculture University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh from 7-11 December 2014

Cattle fattening opportunities through DMC adoption in Cambodia. A. Ponsich, S. Chabierski, P. Sovann, C. Martin, K. Rada