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Soil and water conservation in the uplands: module 4 - land management

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Session Objectives At the end of the session the participants should be able to: 1. Articulate and explain the role of soil and water in upland agriculture and their effects on the lowlands; 2. Discuss the problem and the factors affecting soil erosion and degradation in the uplands; 3. Discuss the different practices of soil and water conservation including their advantages and limitations; 4. Determine the appropriate soil and water conservation options for specific needs or problems; and 5. Demonstrate different SWC methods and practices.
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    Tabbada, A.U.


    Highlands, Land management, Soil conservation, Soil erosion, Water management

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