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  1. These issue papers provide a forum for practitioners and policy makers to share ideas and experiences on the wide range of development issues that affect people living in dryland areas.
  2. This publication follows scientists reconstructing twoancient farms in the Negev desert. Theknowledge they gained from this reconstruction was then used to construct a new experimental farm. The main purpose of this farm was to use the scientific results for the development of practical methods...
  3. This monograph is intended to set forth the principles and the best practices currently known of dryland agriculture in North America. It represents a distillation of the knowledge of the leading authorities in the field from the federal governments, universities, and private industry....
  4. This booklet reflects this focus on encouraging self-sufficiency of persons in rural communities throught the world. It discusses planting methods forliving barriers and other uses for living barriers. 2 Copies
  5. This book is the proceedings of this conference. The numerous expressions of concern about the need for new government policies and long-term support for dryland farming programs and research also reflect a deficiency in the agricultural community Many recommendations made involve macroeconomics,...
  6. 1993-01-01 Dryland Farming is written for practising agriculturalists and students, but it will also be of relevance to those working in or studying development, geography, natural resources and rural sociology in drier areas. Although based mainly on examples and experience from Africa, it draws out...
  7. The Journal of Dryland Agriculture (JODA) is an international journal that presents a platform for sharing and dissemination of knowledge in science and technology related to Dryland Agriculture and allied fields. It is a multidisciplinary journal that tries to promote good understanding of the...
  8. Session:A best practice to improve nutrition in drylands is to focus on what is working, what is right, what gifts, methods and resources exist that have in the past worked in favor of good nutrition for humans and also for livestock in these dry areas. Focusing on people’s assets instead of...
  9. 2018-08-09 Session: Sustainable bee farming models have proven to contribute in improving nutritional status in dry land areas through enhanced pollination by bees and consumption of bee products in communities. With the fact that 65% of all food crops consumed by human being are pollinated by bees,...
  10. 2018-08-09 Session: The Tanzania Domestic Biogas Programme began in 2007 following a positive feasibility study by GTZ. Tanzanian stakeholders established a taskforce and selected the Centre for Agricultural Mechanisation and Rural Technology (CAMARTEC) as the national agency to coordinate the programme....