1. This little book is a classic of sorts--in the poetry of its expression, in the depth of its science, in its reference toward our margin of life. Listen while it reveals its past. Learn, since it teaches the lesson survival.
  2. 1/12/1997 Agroforestry refers to land use systems in which trees or shrubs are grown in association with agricultural crops, or pastures and livestock. From its inception, it has contained a strong element of soil management. Well-designed and managed agroforestry systems have the potential to control...
  3. This publication is intended to summarize the diffuse literature available on use of terraces in steepland farming systems and present information on the research conducted in southern Honduras on this subject.
  4. 1/1/2013 The atlas compiles existing information on different soil types in easily understandable maps that cover the entire African continent. While it is intended primarily for the educational sectors and policy makers, the atlas aims to bridge the gap between soil science and society at large.
  5. 1/1/1995 In this book you will learn how to prevent soil erosion by playing a game. The players must imagine that they are conservationists, dedicated to saving Zimbabwe's soil from being washed away. At each step in the game a player can either lose soil or gain soil in the form of points. The points are...
  6. This book looks at how soil develops, what makes fertile soil, and what spoils soil. Recognizing and treating mineral deficiencies, it presents the ways to improve soil texture and to improve the soil management. 262 pages, pictures, illustrations
  7. 1/2/2011 Volume 3 takes the subject of better land husbandry further. The book first points out the sort of things which have been, and are being used, but are failing to deliver what is required. It then explains the causes of erosion, the theory and practice of soil and water conservation, and practical...
  8. 1/11/2003 This publication reports on research on how alley cropping between tree barriers compared to the more traditional conservation barriers used in Haiti in terms of long-term crop yields. 40 pages, illustrated, photos 2 copies
  9. 1/6/2000 The FAO Programme for Community IPM in Asia, June 2000 101 pages, illustrated
  10. Recurso clave
    28/9/2016 Farmers in many parts of the world, because of human population growth, have little choice but to crop their land continuously, with scarce resources to replace nutrients withdrawn by each successive crop. Crop residues are often lost as a source of organic matter and mulch, usually through...