Using conservation agriculture to intensify and stabilize agricultural production in Southern Africa
Eash, Neal S.
Marake, Makoala V.
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This presentation was given on November 4th, 2013 in Tampa, Florida. The use of conservation agriculture can increase food production sub-Saharan countries. This land is currently receiving excess tillage, which results in gully erosion and other types of land degradation. With sufficient fertilizers of N, P, and K and proper management these lands should be able to have an increase in food production while potentially mitigating carbon dioxide.