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Economic assessment of conservation practices and management on marginal lands of Mahi ravines

Indian Journal of Soil Conservation 23(1): 77-81

Economic assessment of conservation practices and management on marginal lands of Mahi ravines

A discussion is presented of the conservation agronomic practices developed and propagated under a lab-to-land programme by the Central Soil and Water Conservation Research Centre, Vasad, Gujarat, India. The programme has not only helped to overcome the problems of soil and water conservation on table and marginal lands of Mahi ravines but also increased and stabilised the productivity and net returns.

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