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  1. Most farmers know very well that in a forest many plants grow all the time, but the soil never wears out. The soil in a forest also never gets so hard that someone has to plow it. Even more amazing, the plants in a forest do not suffer from droughts. In other words, forest soils stay productive,...
  2. GMCC yo se plant ki grandi rapid e ki kouvri tout tè a, epi yo kite yo tankou se pay oubyen labou pou yo anrichi tè. Legim yo gen priyorite paske yo ka ranje gaz ki rele nitrojèn nan. ou ka plante yo pa mwayen grenn, men gen kèk rasin ki konn pouse nan ne yo donk yo ka plante pa bout tou. ECHO pa...
  3. A GMCC is... “A species of plant, often but not always leguminous, whether a tree, bush, vine or crawling plant, which is used by a farmer for one or several purposes, at least one of which is that of maintaining or improving soil fertility or controlling weeds.” Roland Bunch Green manures are...
  4. 2019-11-19 Session :Green manure/cover crops are the only feasible way for smallholder farmers to significantly increase the organic matter content of their basic grain fields (that is, anything over 0.5 ha) at a reasonable cost. We can now say that we know of good species and systems that will work in...
  5. Proceedings from theApril 26-29, 2000 workshop inTegucigalpa, Hondurasbegin with a general overview of Mucuna and its food and feed uses. After that, the papers themselves appear according to the six workshop sessions: A View from the Field, Anti-Nutritional Factors in Mucuna, Mucuna as a Food,...