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Strip farming
technologies

Strip farming [Turkey]

Strip farming is a kind of an agriculture method that cereals are sowed as strips which are 50 m witdh (strip-fallow-strip). Strips are perpendicular to wind direction in dropugth areas.

  • Compiler: Mehmet Zengin
Drip irrigation
technologies

Drip irrigation [Turkey]

Drip irrigation is a method designed for minimum use of water and labour for the optimum irrigation of plants in arid and semi-arid regions.

  • Compiler: Faruk Ocakoglu
Woven Wood Fences
technologies

Woven Wood Fences [Turkey]

Wooden fences are an effective and relatively cheap way of conserving soil from water erosion by decreasing overland flow. They also increase crop yield by encouraging better infiltration.

  • Compiler: Faruk Ocakoglu
Rotational Grazing
technologies

Rotational Grazing [Turkey]

Allowing livestocks to graze in pasturelands in a periodic and regular manner.

  • Compiler: Mehmet Zengin
Fodder Crop Production
technologies

Fodder Crop Production [Turkey]

Production of fodder crops every year both for feeding livestock and increasing soil fertility.

  • Compiler: Faruk Ocakoglu
Выращивание лесных  культур на склонах гор c использованием влагонакопительных траншей (ИСЦАУЗР)
technologies

Выращивание лесных культур на склонах гор c использованием ... [Turkmenistan]

Сбор атмосферных осадков при помощи искусственных траншей на склонах гор и холмов для создания влагозаряда в почве вокруг корневой системы растений, посаженных по дну траншей

  • Compiler: Nikolay Zverev
Small Scale Vegetable Garden for Home Consumption and Income
technologies

Small Scale Vegetable Garden for Home Consumption and ... [Uganda]

A vegetable garden (also known as a vegetable patch or vegetable plot) is a technology promoted by small and medium scale farmers in Western Uganda to grow vegetables and other plants namely spinach, egg plants, sukuma wiki, onions and tomatoes for human consumption and income usually established in backyards.

  • Compiler: PRISCILLA VIVIAN KYOSABA
Teak-Based Afforestation for Timber Production
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Teak-Based Afforestation for Timber Production [Uganda]

Teak (Tectona grandis) is preferred as a timber species in northern Uganda because the tree species better endures drought conditions compared to other species such as Pine. A tree plantation of Teak is established mainly to provide timber but also sequester atmospheric carbon and act as wind break.

  • Compiler: Bernard Fungo