Report: Sustainable intensification can apply to African farmers

04/19/2013 | SciDev.net

Combining modern science with traditional knowledge could be the key to improving productivity among African farmers with less ecological cost, according to a report by the international group Montpellier Panel. Known as "sustainable intensification," the method could boost food security in Africa, helping even smallholder farmers grow crops, the authors say.

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