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Faidherbia - Africa's fertiliser factory

Soil degradation has led to reduced crop yields in Malawi. But conservation agriculture - preserving soil structure by practising minimum tillage farming and planting the nitrogen-fixing Faidherbia albida acacia tree - could restore degraded land, reduce input costs and potentially triple maize yields.
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it is a wonderful tree!! hoping main component of the green agriculture . would u please provide me more information about this tree. many thanks From Ethiopia
posted by: girmay shinun (12:34:18 Sat 28th April 2012)



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