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Table 5 Specification of CSA strategy combinations to form the packages

From: Effect of climate-smart agricultural practices on household food security in smallholder production systems: micro-level evidence from Kenya

Choice (j) Binary quadruplicate C = crop management F = field management R = risk reduction S = specific soil management Frequency Percentage
C 0 C1 F0 F 1 R 0 R 1 S 0 S 1   
1 C0F0R0S0         14.0 3.60
2 C0F0R0S1        0.00 0.00
3 C0F0R1S1        0.00 0.00
4 C0F1R1S1        0.00 0.00
5 C1F1R1S1         45.0 11.7
6 C1F1R1S0         82.0 21.1
7 C1F1R0S0         157 41.1
8 C1F0R0S0         32.0 8.30
9 C0F1R0S1       0.00 0.00
10 C1F0R1S0        10.0 2.60
11 C1F0R0S1        0.00 0.00
12 C0F1R0S0        0.00 0.00
13 C0F1R1S0        0.00 0.00
14 C0F0R1S0        0.00 0.00
15 C1F0R1S1        17.0 4.40
16 C1F1R0S1        27.0 7.00
Total       384 100
  1. The binary quadruplicate represents the possible CSA packages. Each element in the quadruplicate is a binary variable for a CSA combination: crop management (C), general field management for soil erosion control, farm risk reduction (R) and soil management practices (S). Subscript 1 = adoption and 0 = otherwise