Methods of tribal farmers in India are recognized by UN

01/5/2012 | Hindu (India), The

The traditional farming methods used by tribal peoples in Koraput, a highland plateau in eastern India -- which preserves food security and biodiversity through intercropping, the practice of growing two or more crops in close proximity -- have been recognized as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.

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