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Slope erosion control using wooden pile walls
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Slope erosion control using wooden pile walls [Armenia]

Small horizontal wooden structures and terraces on eroded slopes built to mitigate sheet or rill erosion and slow down water run-off. The technology is easy to apply and efficient to mitigate erosion processes of the upper soil layer and to stop small rock falls.

  • Compiler: Hanns Kirchmeir
Soil Conservation Through Bench Terrace Technology in Highly Degradable Hilly Slopy Areas of Bangladesh
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Soil Conservation Through Bench Terrace Technology in Highly ... [Bangladesh]

Bench terraces are a soil and water conservation measure used on sloping land with relatively deep soils to retain water and control erosion. They are normally constructed by cutting and filling to produce a series of level steps or benches. This allows water to infiltrate slowly into the soil. Bench ...

  • Compiler: Md Babul Hossain
Minimum tillage
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Minimum tillage [Brazil]

Seed of maize and soy are planted directly into the soil with a minimum previous tillage impact.

  • Compiler: Stefan Hohnwald
No tillage preceded by subsoiling
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No tillage preceded by subsoiling [Chile]

No tillage preceded by subsoiling consists in the use of a subsoiler at a 50 cm depth every 5 years before performing no tillage agriculture.

  • Compiler: Carlos Ovalle
Zero Tillage
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Zero Tillage [China]

Zero tillage technology was developed to protect the soils from sealing rainfall, to achieve and maintain a open internal soil structure, to enhance biological processes in the soil, and to develop a means for safe disposal of any surface runoff that nevertheless will occur.

  • Compiler: Zhanguo Bai