Agricultural intensification in the Sahel – The ladder approach

@article{Aune2008AgriculturalII,
  title={Agricultural intensification in the Sahel – The ladder approach},
  author={J. Aune and A. Bationo},
  journal={Agricultural Systems},
  year={2008},
  volume={98},
  pages={119-125}
}
Agricultural intensification in the Sahel can be described as climbing a ladder. The capital, labour, management and institutional requirements increase when farmers climb the ladder, but the potential gains are also higher. The first step on this ladder are agricultural practices without any financial outlay but with increasing labour demand, such as organic fertilizer use, seed priming, water harvesting and harvesting grains at physiological maturity to improve fodder quality. The next step… Expand
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