Conservation Agriculture in Southeast Asia and Beyond
Mulvaney, Michael J.
Reyes, Manuel R.
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Conservation agriculture (CA) provides a tool with the potential for smallholder farmers to improve soil fertility and increase production. These proceedings, from the 2nd International Agriculture Workshop and Conference in Southeast Asia, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia July 4-7, 2011, addresses biophysical and socioeconomic questions related to locally-adapted CA practices throughout Southeast Asia and in the rest of the world. The papers and abstracts cover various facets of conservation agriculture, including economic impacts, process of dissemination and adoption, effects on soil quality and yields, and farmer preferences.