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Ancient lesson in agroforestry - slash but don't burn

The Quesungual Slash and Mulch Agroforestry System, which draws on ancient tree and shrub management methods, is proving its worth in Honduras, Nicaragua and Colombia. As an alternative to slash-and-burn, the system is enabling farmers to restore degraded soils, replenish water resources and increase their crop harvests.
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Here are a few useful links: http://bit.ly/SYuJYH; http://bit.ly/TbiwmW; http://bit.ly/10elxEa; http://bit.ly/TMd9py; http://bit.ly/yZ7uwc
posted by: New Agriculturist (12:11:55 Mon 19th November 2012)

is there publications about The Quesungual Slash and Mulch Agroforestry System, as ancient tree and shrub management methodes ? Many thanks
posted by: viguier (17:05:37 Sun 18th November 2012)

Thank you for your paper. Interesting. You said : "ancient lesson" but didn't cite any sources. Would you write me more about them ? (searching on that topic) Many thanks
posted by: viguier (17:03:31 Sun 18th November 2012)

 

 

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