Soil and nutrient management in Sub-Saharan Africa in support of the soil fertility initiative: Proceedings of the expert consultation
Roy, R. N. (ed.)
Nabhan, H. (ed.)
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The Soil Fertility Initiative (SFI) was launched during the World Food Summit, FAO in November 1996, in order to contribute to the strategic goal of food security. This volume contains reports of proven and cost-effective technologies for soil fertility restoration and maintenance by country.
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