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Woven Wood Fences

Woven Wood Fences [Türkiye]

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
Piggery-Banana-Coffee technology

Piggery-Banana-Coffee technology [Uganda]

The "Piggery-Banana-Coffee" sustainable land management technology is a proven practice that significantly improves soil fertility and productivity in an integrated farming system for smallholder farmers in Uganda.

  • Compiler: Tonny Kyambadde
Ficus Natalensis Agroforestry System

Ficus Natalensis Agroforestry System [Uganda]

Ficus natalensis based agroforestry system protects crops on windy hill slopes facing Lake Victoria and reduce runoff towards the meandering Kagera River Valley.

  • Compiler: Wilson Bamwerinde
Grass strips

Grass strips [Uganda]

Napier grass strips control soil erosion on annual and perennial cropland on moderately-angled to highly-angled slopes.

  • Compiler: Wilson Bamwerinde
Afforestation /Tree planting

Afforestation /Tree planting [Uganda]

Pine tree forests have been strategically planted on previously bare ridges and slopes to mitigate mass soil movement.

  • Compiler: Wilson Bamwerinde
Bench Terracing

Bench Terracing [Uganda]

A bench terrace is an artificial horizontal strip dug across a steep landscape, with a riser ranging between 30 and 45 degrees. Bench terraces are constructed in series and help to minimize land degradation by rainwater runoff

  • Compiler: Philip Tibenderana