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Optimizing soil and water management in dryland farming systems in Cabo Verde

@inproceedings{Costa2016OptimizingSA,
  title={Optimizing soil and water management in dryland farming systems in Cabo Verde},
  author={S. Costa},
  year={2016}
}
  • S. Costa
  • Published 2016
  • Environmental Science
“Optimizing Soil and Water Management in Dryland Farming Systems in Cabo Verde” Isaurinda Baptista Summary Soil and land degradation poses a great challenge for sustainable development worldwide and, in Cabo Verde, has strongly affected both people’s livelihood and the environment. Dryland food production in Cabo Verde faces steep slopes, inadequate practices, irregular intense rain, recurrent droughts, high runoff rates, severe soil erosion and declining soil fertility, leading to the… Expand

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