Shared June 24, 2014
Soil erosion has become a growing problem as Climate Change destroys soil through droughts and floods. But a World Bank supported practice known as Conservation Agriculture not only protects the soil, it also saves farmers time and money.
For more information, contact Maurizio Guadagni at MGuadagni@worldbank.org.
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