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ORM4Soil: Organic Resource Management for Soil fertility

Sousa, Fernando and Baga, Sara (2020) ORM4Soil: Organic Resource Management for Soil fertility. Food Systems Caravan - R4D synthesis project .

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Online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AFOB76XX08&feature=youtu.be

Summary

The application of organic resources in agricultural land enhances soil fertility and quality, with positive social, economic and environmental impacts. However, the respective techniques have failed to be implemented in farmers’ cropping systems on a large scale. The ORM4Soil project identifies the agronomic, socio-economic, cultural, and communicative reasons that promote the adoption of tested agricultural technologies.
The project aims at identifying practicable solutions that help farmers to build soil fertility. Innovations developed jointly by farmers and researchers, such as locally adapted forms of agroforestry, green manure and compost, are tested and evaluated for their potential to be adopted by more farmers. The ORM4Soil project’s methodology follows an inter- and trans-disciplinary approach with farmers, scientists and students working together in the fields of agronomy, sociology and communication.


EPrint Type:Video
Keywords:Africa, soil quality, Abacus, FiBL10019
Agrovoc keywords:
LanguageValueURI
Englishsoil qualityhttp://aims.fao.org/aos/agrovoc/c_a9645d28
Subjects: Soil > Soil quality
"Organics" in general > Countries and regions > Africa
Research affiliation:Other countries
Switzerland > FiBL - Research Institute of Organic Agriculture Switzerland > International > Regions > Africa
Related Links:https://foodsystemscaravan.org/, https://www.orm4soil.net/orm-home.html
Deposited By: Forschungsinstitut für biologischen Landbau, FiBL
ID Code:39334
Deposited On:17 Feb 2021 13:25
Last Modified:17 Feb 2021 13:39
Document Language:English
Status:Published

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