The Kampala Statement

As a main outcome of the 6th International Nitrogen Conference held in Kampala, Uganda, in November 2013, the conference delegates agreed on a document that reflects on the situation of reactive nitrogen, its benefits and the related environmental threats in Africa specifically as well as world-wide.

Kampala Statement-for-Action on Reactive Nitrogen in Africa and Globally

This document aims for specific actions to be taken to tackle concerns of “too little” and “too much” of nitrogen available.

6th International Nitrogen Conference

Conference theme: Just Enough N: Perspectives on how to get there for "too much" and "too little"

The International Nitrogen Initiative (INI), African Nitrogen Centre and the National Agricultural Research Laboratories of Uganda’s National Agricultural Research Organisation welcome scientists, agriculturalists, environmentalists, industrialists, economists, policy implementers and other practitioners to the 6th International Nitrogen Conference (N2013) to be held in Kampala, Uganda in November 2013.

Vincent Aduramigba-Modupe

Dr. Vincent Aduramigba-Modupeis a Senior Research Fellow and a developmental soil scientistat the Institute of Agricultural Research and Training (IAR&T), ObafemiAwolowo University, Moor Plantation, Ibadan, Nigeria. He has over 20 years’ experience in the field ofsite specific nutrient management, budgeting and use efficiency under intensive rainfed and irrigated cropping; digital soil mapping and systems agronomy.

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