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Management of animal based fertilization in Guinea Bissau


, : Management of animal based fertilization in Guinea Bissau. Cahiers de la Recherche Developpement ( 39): 85-94

A lack of agricultural development in eastern Guinea Bissau has resulted in a decline in soil fertility and a reduction in crop productivity on plateau land. New techniques for improving soil fertility are being researched, including dung-producing cowsheds. Although this system has potential, it faces serious constraints of labour, water supply and animal feed.

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