Conservation agriculture


Evaluating potential for conservation agriculture

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Maize on wheat residues on conservation agriculture plot

Evaluating potential for conservation agriculture in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Malawi

Conservation agriculture (CA) is being promoted as an option for reducing soil degradation, conserving water, enhancing crop productivity, and maintaining yield stability. However, CA is a knowledge- and technology-intensive practice, and may not be feasible or may not perform better than conventional agriculture under all conditions and farming systems.

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The world needs to reconsider its policies regarding the food production systems. We have to look at the broader view of the whole system. The sustainability, human health, earth/soil health, and costs (apparent and hidden) must be considered properly and wisely.

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