Research finds that trees improve crop yields in Africa

10/17/2011 | BBC

Research finds that crop yields in Africa could be increased by planting trees that improve the quality of soil, as well as "climate proof" agricultural land by acting as conduits to bring water to surface root systems, like those of crops.

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