A model farmer adopts conservation agriculture in North Africa - Tunisia - News Summed Up

A model farmer adopts conservation agriculture in North Africa - Tunisia


One of the trials has lasted nearly two decades, making it the most well-known on-farm trial of conservation agriculture in the country. Promising returnsIn 2006, just seven years into partially adopting the techniques of conservation agriculture, he noticed promising results. He has traveled the world for conferences on conservation agriculture, including in Brazil, France, India, Madagascar, Morocco, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, and Turkey. In the fall of 2018, Abdrabbou received an award from the Second African Congress on Conservation Agriculture for being a model farmer in North Africa. And Abdrabbou is at the center of this initiative to optimize and scale out the practice of conservation agriculture.


Source: The North Africa Journal January 20, 2019 10:41 UTC



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