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Uganda land resources manual: a guide for extension workers

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The main objective of this guide is to contribute to the planned mordenization of agriculture in Uganda, through better management of land resources. It highlights the need to develop sustainable farming practices including fertility. It provides simple reference notes to extension agents, students, NGOs and other institutions, as well as a practical guide for giving effective land management advise to farmers. It creates a basis for establishing and improving regulatory by-laws that are appropriate to land resource management at the local level.
    Publication year

    2000

    Authors

    Rusoke C; Nyakuni A; Mwebaze S; Okorio J; Akena F; Kimaru G

    Language

    English

    Keywords

    agricultural extension, agroforestry, fish farming, land resources, livestock management, soil conservation, water management

    Geographic

    Uganda

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