Management of organic and inorganic soil fertility inputs in indigenous agricultural communities in the Bolivian Highlands

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Aguilera, Javier; Miranda, R.; Motavalli, Peter P.; Tangara, E.; Herrera, E.A.;
(2008)
  • Subject: Soil degradation | Soil management | Indigenous community | Agriculture | Soil fertility | Soil organic matter | Fertilization | Bolivia | Altiplano | Potatoes | Climate change | Crop failure | Ecosystem

The Bolivian highland plateau region (Altiplano) is a semi-arid region in the Andes Mountains that has a range in elevation of between 3600 and 4300 m above sea level. The region's climate is characterized by high diurnal temperature variations, frost risks, low and irr... View more
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