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FAO - Infografia: Agricultura de conservación

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  • 1. @FAOemergencies flickr.com/FAOemergencies www.fao.org/emergencies/results/en/?keywords=conservation%20agriculture These materials were developed in coordination with, and endorsed by, the Lesotho Conservation Agriculture National Task Force (LCANTF). These materials can be freely reproduced for non commercial purposes ensuring attribution to the LCANTF and FAO. Any derivative work must be approved by FAO and the LCANTF. (January 2014). Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Adapt to unpredictable and erratic rainfall. Reduce incidents of crop failures. Improve food seurity. Reduce poverty. Climate Change Adaptation: why is it urgent? Weather has become more unpredictable, less regular. Climate Change Consequences Extreme temperatures Intense drought Frequent flooding Delay of first rains Greater impact of frost How do we adapt to Climate Change? Conservation Agriculture (e.g. Likoti) Install water-harvesting tanks and drip irrigation systems Crop diversification Homestead vegetable cultivation (e.g. Keyhole gardening) Match planting times with the choice of your crops, to coincide with first rains Conservation Agriculture & Climate Change Adaptation Conservation Agriculture (CA) is one of the best adaptation techniques in Lesotho context and it is accessible to all. The principles of CA are: We need to change our current practices so we can produce more quantity and quality food while improving the soil in our fields. minimum soil disturbance. permanent soil cover: crop residue or live mulch. crop rotation and/or intercropping. Conventional Tillage Increased erosion of the fields and low yields with higher costs: Food Insecurity Conservation Agriculture Food Security Improves the soil condition and the production gets better and better, year after year, with lower costs: manual mechanical Adapting our farming system to ensure a sustainable future We must protect the environment that feeds us. We must protect our families. While we have produced food crops through conventional tillage for many years, this has come at great cost to our environment and soil productivity with negative impact on our households’ food security. Conservation agriculture offers us the best opportunity for climate change adaptation. CONSERVATION AGRICULTURE: AN OVERVIEW

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