Technical Session T9
Building resilience in agricultural systems :
Soil conservation and fertility management
(FAO, ICARDA...
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Building resilience is function of interactive of key steakholders : FarmersProfessionals and government.
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Technical Session T9: Building resilience in agricultural systems " Soil conservation and fertility management", Land and Water Days in Near East & North Africa, 15-18 December 2013, Amman, Jordan

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Technical Session T9: Building resilience in agricultural systems

  1. 1. Technical Session T9 Building resilience in agricultural systems : Soil conservation and fertility management (FAO, ICARDA, ACSAD) Presentation 1 : (Egypte) Keys messages: - - Soil management, maintenance, rehabilitation are key practices for the sustainable saline impacted soil in the Delta. (draine spacing and mole drain increase leaching efficiency. Soil amendment : Gypsum give best results to manage saline sodic soil. Presentation 2: ICBA Keys messages: - Saline water can be a source for non conventional agriculture TWW is valuable source water for conventional and non conventional water/ with special attention to the public acceptance social. Presentation : Sudan Key messages: - Stopped Land degradation by Direct Drilling to improve infiltration and soil physical, biological and chemical propreties. Find a compromise between livestock and mulching and reduce erosion. Soil fertility and quality management is important for sustainable agriculture production. Rotations is a key to improve the biomass and to stabilize the soil. Land degradation is a continued process. Soil has many functions. Sustainable management improve governance by soil management, soil conservation and management.
  2. 2. - Building resilience is function of interactive of key steakholders : FarmersProfessionals and government.

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