... practices, improved enforcement of existing regulation, small scale irrigation and better utilization of diversified or drought resistant crops. ...
... soil conservation and planting higher-value perennial crops, including timber. ... benefits include an enlarged area of intensive crop production rather ...
... Farmers also use crop residues from maize, sorghum and grass to trap ... irrigating beans, tomatoes, groundnuts and other nutritious crops even after ...
... integrated include: tourism, environment, and economic growth; crop production and ... The division of agricultural work for the crops under discussion ...
... fuels such as wood, coal, dung, charcoal and crop residues for everyday ... wood more efficiently, emitting less ash and particulate residue than open ...
... We also demonstrated many farmers how they could turn the maize crop residues into valuable feed by use of urea. In ...
... gas, and coal provide a much smaller percentage of energy needs than traditional biomass, such as fuelwood, charcoal, dung, and crop residues. ...
... Value><Value>Border areas</Value><Value>Crop production</Value ... Value>Livelihood</Value><Value>Lowland cropping</Value><Value ...
Last updated: March 28, 2017