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Trenches [Uganda]

Digging trenches on a gentle slope in banana plantation in Rwerazi.

  • Compilateur: Wilson Bamwerinde
Orchard of Mangoes and Oranges for Soil Fertility Improvement.

Orchard of Mangoes and Oranges for Soil Fertility ... [Uganda]

The technology involves growing of Mangoes (Mangifera indica) and Oranges (Citrus sinensis) in the same field with the aim of conserving the environment, protecting soil from erosion, and generating income from the sale of fruits.

  • Compilateur: Kamugisha Rick Nelson

Intercropping [Uganda]

Soil erosion control for annual crops in flat land using intercropping.

  • Compilateur: Wilson Bamwerinde
Wooden water reservoir for  rain water harvesting.

Wooden water reservoir for rain water harvesting. [Uganda]

A gutter system constructed on the farmer’s house-roof collects rainwater and directs it into a constructed reservoir raised off the ground with interior walls lined with water-proof tarpaulin. The reservoir has a maximum capacity of 8,000 liters of water; clean enough for irrigation, livestock and domestic use during seasons of ...

  • Compilateur: Aine Amon
Multi-Canopy Agroforestry

Multi-Canopy Agroforestry [Uganda]

Trees of various sizes are integrated with crops such as coffee and/or banana, maize and beans such that each group of plants occupies a specific vertical position and competition for vertical space is minimized

  • Compilateur: Bernard Fungo
Reducing Tillage by Slashing

Reducing Tillage by Slashing [Uganda]

A minimum tillage technology where the garden is cleared by slashing and crops are planted without opening the land. Only the spot where the seed is planted is dug. The rest of the land is left undisturbed.

  • Compilateur: Sunday Balla Amale
Firelines For Tree Protection

Firelines For Tree Protection [Uganda]

Fire lines are established at the boundary between tree plantations to guard against wild forest fires that destroy the valuable tree species

  • Compilateur: Kamugisha Rick Nelson
Indigenous Micro Organism (IMO) use in Natural Pig Farming

Indigenous Micro Organism (IMO) use in Natural Pig ... [Uganda]

Indigenous Micro Organisms (IMO) are homemade microbe mixtures which foster rapid anaerobic digestion of waste to create and maintain a healthy deep bed litter flooring leaving behind a fertilizer rich material whilst ensure no smells or flies. The microbe mixtures are produced by fermenting natural plants with sugar.