Coping Strategies

Soil conservation strategies for cultivated land (El-Swaifly et al, 1982)

Fig. 19.1. Soil conservation strategies for cultivated land (El-Swaify et al. 1982)

Soil conservation strategies for cultivated land (El-Swaifly et al, 1982)

Fig. 19.1. Soil conservation strategies for cultivated land (El-Swaify et al. 1982)

tributing to the degradation. Some very obvious examples is the use of crop residue to increase soil organic matter which may be impractical in some countries as the residue are used for animal feed. Introduction of no-till for crop cultivation is another example that maybe impractical in countries where there is no mechanization and most cultivation is done by human labor. Particularly in developing countries, limitation in resources and traditional methods of farming can hinder the adoption of a particular management practice.

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