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Conservation Agriculture - Ghana
Conservation agriculture (CA) practices are being widely promoted in many areas in sub-Saharan Africa to recuperate degraded soils and improve ecosystem services. This study examined the effects of…
CAADP Meeting
The 13th CAADP Partnership platform meeting took place from 31st May – 2nd June 2017 in Kampala Uganda under the Theme “Strengthening Mutual Accountability to Achieve CAADP/Malabo Goals…
Massive agriculture intensification is contributing to increased deforestation, water scarcity, soil depletion and the level of greenhouse gas emission, the United Nations warns.To achieve…
Conservation Agriculture - policies
The evolution of innovation networks was analyzed looking at the development and diffusion of zero tillage (ZT) in Brazil. The increasing complexity of technology development and adoption is rapidly…
Conservation Agriculture - Malawi
Conservation agriculture (CA) systems are based upon minimal soil disturbance; crop residue retention and crop rotation and/or intercrop association are increasingly seen to recycle nutrients,…
Conservation agriculture and mechanised systems
Small holder farmers in rain fed agriculture believe that soil tillage is needed to maximize crop yields. However, as cropping intensity, and hence tillage intensity, increases there may be a decline…
Conservation agriculture- perspective
Conservation agriculture (CA) changes soil properties and processes compared to conventional agriculture. These changes can, in turn, affect the delivery of ecosystem services, including climate…
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