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Table 1 Regression models for on-farm coping activities practiced by households with livelihood factors as explanatory variables a

From: Crop adaptation to climate change in the semi-arid zone in Tanzania: the role of genetic resources and seed systems

Activity Shift cropping area Switch to drought-tolerant variety Switch to drought-tolerant species Diversify crops Extend farmland Diversify livestock
Sex of household head 8.145 × 10-1** −3.489 × 10-2 −9.470 × 10-2 −4.035 × 10-1 6.545 × 10-1* 9.329 × 10-1**
Age of household head −6.419 × 10-3 −2.961 × 10-3 −1.244 × 10-3 −8.348 × 10-3 −6.811 × 10-3 −2.073 × 10-3
Education 4.804 × 10-1 −2.739 × 10-1 1.001 × 10-1 −1.753 × 10-1 9.645 × 10-2 −9.479 × 10-2
Household size 1.203 × 10-2 −9.705 × 10-3 4.775 × 10-2 2.682 × 10-2 −1.095 × 10-2 1.589 × 10-1**
Livestock ownership 9.324 × 10-1* 7.656 × 10-1* 1.037** 1.069 × 10-1 2.780 × 10-1 2.520***
Annual income −2.906 × 10-8 1.925 × 10-8 8.799 × 10-11 5.494 × 10-8 7.887 × 10-8 7.698 × 10-8
Extension service 2.388 × 10-3 8.177 × 10-1** 2.184 × 10-1 8.109 × 10-2 6.252 × 10-1* −1.855 × 10-1
Village effect 7.638 × 10-1** −6.596 × 10-1* 8.010 × 10-1** 5.785 × 10-1* 2.861 × 10-2 9.071 × 10-1**
Wald test P = 0.00017 P = 0.011 P = 8.8 × 10-5 P = 0.017 P = 1.7 × 10-13 P = 1.8 × 10-7
  1. aSignificance: ***P < 0.0001; **P < 0.001; *P < 0.01.