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Agroenvironmental transformation in the Sahel: Another kind of "Green Revolution"
(Washington, DC: International Food Policy Research Institute, 2009)
Within the last thirty years in the West African Sahel, farmers have started to implement agroenvironmental practices which have allowed them to improve the soil quality and increase crop yields. Using two examples of land ...
Using soil and water conservation techniques to rehabilitate degraded lands in northwestern Burkino Faso
In West Africa, cropping systems are difficult to sustain and agricultural productivity is low. Organic matter is utilized to improve soil quality, but mechanization and improved seeds are underutilized. The article ...