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  1. 1986-08-19 Water harvesting Indigenous knowledge Dryland management - take a fresh look at local traditions Water and soil conservation by farmers in Burkina Faso Runoff farming in Tunisia Water harvesting in Kenya Water harvesting techniques Herders associations - Niger
  2. 1995-10-19 The living mulch of Nepal Unexpected source of income - Niger Aggressive colonizers Initiatives to combat savannization and land degradation in Ghana Soil conservation and weed control Green manures - Brazil Cover crops - Honduras Weed management - trees- Kenya Labor issues - India The yield of...
  3. 1989-01-01 Agroforestry refers to the integration of trees and shrubs as essential elements of agricultural and other land use systems, with the idea of improving the fertility and productivity of the soil. In this concept, trees and shrubs can be deliberately managed (that is, established, tended,...
  4. 1987-05-19 Integrated nutrient supply Improved fallow Nitrogen transfer from legumes Cover crops on acid soils Sunnhemp Rock phosphate Micro-nutrient drain Soil conservation and shifting cultivators Cycles of poverty
  5. 1987-07-19 The significance of diversity Spreading risks across slopes Traditional seed supply for food crops Community seedbank kit Diversified alley cropping Woody biomass systems Soil conservation and shifting cultivators
  6. 1996-04-19 Experiences from the Andes and the Himalayas combined Lameo - Boliva soil conservation Irrigation through reservoirs in Bolivia Burning in hillsides farming in Colombia Diversity in mountain agriculture in northern India Indigenous knowledge re-valued Livestock and soil fertility
  7. 2002-01-01 Modalidades de los Servicios que prestan IDEAS a traves del Sub programa de Agricultura Sostenible. Desarrollo de un Plan Completo de Capacitacion. Se trata del desarrollo de modulos teoricos - practicos que se lleva a cabo en las instalaciones de la Escuela Campesina de Agricultura Sostenible,...
  8. 2021-01-01 Soil degradation is one of the most topical environmental threats. A number of processes causing soil degradation, specifically erosion, compaction, salinization, pollution, and loss of both organic matter and soil biodiversity, are also strictly connected to agricultural activity and its...
  9. 1980-01-01 Erosion and pollution problems exist in every country, and each country has its own approach to managing and conserving soil and water. Soil and waqter conservation is everybody's business.
  10. 1994-01-01 In The Human Farm: A Tale of Changing Lives and Changing Lands, Katie Smith presents an unforgettable combination of human drama, spiritual principes, and pragmatic accomplishment. In learning how to renew their fields to provide themselves with yearly harvest, Honduran peasants also learn...