publication . Other literature type . 1996

TOWARDS MORE SUSTAINABLE SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT

Dofoer, Toon; Kante, Salif; Hilhorst, Thea; Groote, Hugo; Dofoer, Toon; Kante, Salif; Hilhorst, Thea; Groote, Hugo;
English
  • Published: 01 Jan 1996
  • Publisher: Unknown
Abstract
In southern Mali, more intensive soil fertility management strategies are needed to guarantee sustainableproduction. However, the increasing I iversity of the farming systems places high demands on research and extension. Technologies pmposed as recipes for the average fI rmer are becoming less and less relevant. The Farming Systems Research team (ESPGRN) o f the Agricultural Research Institute (IER) nI is developing an action-research approach to enII' farmers, together with researchers, to I nalyse and understand farmer strategies and practices of soil fertty management and to iI- ntify technologies which both meet farmers' needs and are sustainable. The analy...
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free text keywords: Environmental Economics and Policy, Resource /Energy Economics and Policy
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Other literature type . 1996
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