World Bank: No-Till Agriculture Prevents Soil Erosion



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Soil erosion has become a growing problem as Climate Change destroys soil through droughts and floods. But a World Bank supported practice known as Conservation Agriculture not only protects the soil, it also saves farmers time and money.

For more information, contact Maurizio Guadagni at [email protected]

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8 Responses

  1. peleguru says:

    Just a correction. You said the 19th century saw the dust bowl destroying the plains. It was the early 1930s to the 1950s. That's the 20th century. The dust bowl happened in the 20th century. Otherwise, love it.

  2. MsTokies says:

    you can do no till without herbicide. you just need decently low seed cost

  3. Our Sacred Seeds says:

    Glad to hear that the World Bank is pro Regenerative Agriculture. An increased use of herbicide certainly isn't a sustainable answer though. 

  4. Willibrordus van der Weide says:

    World Bank is part of the UN and never mention about the Bible principles neither Jehovah God. http://www.condit-energy.org you see what is farming from God

  5. Francesca Gagliardi says:

    brava Sandra!

  6. Maurizio Guadagni says:

    We would like to express our sincere thanks to:
    Concept: Sandra Corsi
    Editor: Veronique Bernardini
    Speaker: Emanuela Berti
    Images:
    – “Genius Network” – Maschio Gaspardo
    – “L'Agriculture de Conservation: Principes“ – Educagri éditions (Joseph de la Bou ëre)
    – “Plantez Couvert!“ – Images D’Ecoutes – CIRAD (Denis Victot)
    – “Terre Vivante“ – Lilith Production (Jean-François Vallée)
    – “Von Bauern für Bauern” – Bernese Office of Agriculture & Nature – Soil Conservation Service (Andreas Chervet, Stefanie Schwamberger, Wolfgang G. Sturny)

  7. Ram A Jat says:

    Good contribution.

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