Zero Tillage Development in Tropical Brazil: The Story of a Successful NGO Activity - FAO Agricultural Services Bulletin No. 147 (Paperback)
  • Zero Tillage Development in Tropical Brazil: The Story of a Successful NGO Activity - FAO Agricultural Services Bulletin No. 147 (Paperback)

Zero Tillage Development in Tropical Brazil: The Story of a Successful NGO Activity - FAO Agricultural Services Bulletin No. 147 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 11/03/2002
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The adoption of Conservation Agriculture (CA) goes counter to the notion in force for thousands of years that soil must be cultivated before sowing or planting. The experience described in this case study is rich in insights as to how the phenomenal growth of CA in Brazil, and especially in the tropical areas, has been promoted. The study describes, with much perception, the activities of a small number of people working both individually and in NGOs who are promoting a completely new system for other more tropical and poorer parts of the country.

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
ISBN: 9789251046722

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