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Tabia
technologies

Tabia [Tunisia]

The tabia earthen dyke is a water harvesting technique used in the foothill and piedmont areas.

  • Compiler: Mongi Ben Zaied
Recharge well
technologies

Recharge well [Tunisie]

A recharge well comprises a drilled hole, up to 30-40 m deep that reaches the water table, and a surrounding filter used to allow the direct injection of floodwater into the aquifer.

  • Compiler: Mongi Ben Zaied
Jessour
technologies

Jessour [Tunisie]

Jessour is an ancient runoff water harvesting technique widely practiced in the arid highlands

  • Compiler: Mongi Ben Zaied
Rangelands resting
technologies

Rangelands resting [Tunisie]

This technique is based on the principle of leaving the rangeland protected (by excluding grazing during 2-3 years) to allow the plant cover to recover.

  • Compiler: Mongi Ben Zaied
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
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