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P for plunder: Morocco's exports of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara, 2012 & 2013
2014
All life on the planet, and so all agricultural production, depends on phosphorus, P. That element is found in phosphate rock and turned into fertilizers. For the people of Western Sahara, their P does not grow into benefits. Rather t...
Drought and fertilizer use in Ethiopia
G. Gebregziabher (ed); S. Holden (ed) / Academic Journals 2011
The northern Ethiopian highland in general and the Tigray region in particular is a drought prone area where agricultural production risk is prevalent. Moisture stress is a limiting factor for improved agricultural input mainly fertil...
Can Ethopia's endangered garsa plant help improve food security?
D. Tsegaye; M. Balehegn; K. Gebrehiwat / Drylands Coordination Group, Norway 2007
The endangered Dobera glabra plant species is highly valued for its diverse importance, including as a drought food and feed source and as a tool for forecasting the coming of drought. This paper assesses the role of D. glabra for hou...
What are the effects of exogenous changes and economic policy reforms on the welfare of rural households and soil stock?
B. Shiferaw; S. Holden / Department of Economics and Resource Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences 2000
Enabling Ethiopian farmers to see the long term benefits of improved soils
K.Vågen Esser / Noragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences 2002
This report presents a review into soil erosion and conservation research and efforts made in Tigray. The report includes both traditional measures and activities promoted by non-government organisations (NGO's) and government ...
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P for plunder: Morocco's exports of phosphates from occupied Western Sahara, 2012 & 2013
2014
All life on the planet, and so all agricultural production, depends on phosphorus, P. That element is found in phosphate rock and turned into fertilizers. For the people of Western Sahara, their P does not grow into benefits. Rather t...
Drought and fertilizer use in Ethiopia
G. Gebregziabher (ed); S. Holden (ed) / Academic Journals 2011
The northern Ethiopian highland in general and the Tigray region in particular is a drought prone area where agricultural production risk is prevalent. Moisture stress is a limiting factor for improved agricultural input mainly fertil...
Can Ethopia's endangered garsa plant help improve food security?
D. Tsegaye; M. Balehegn; K. Gebrehiwat / Drylands Coordination Group, Norway 2007
The endangered Dobera glabra plant species is highly valued for its diverse importance, including as a drought food and feed source and as a tool for forecasting the coming of drought. This paper assesses the role of D. glabra for hou...
What are the effects of exogenous changes and economic policy reforms on the welfare of rural households and soil stock?
B. Shiferaw; S. Holden / Department of Economics and Resource Management, Norwegian University of Life Sciences 2000
Enabling Ethiopian farmers to see the long term benefits of improved soils
K.Vågen Esser / Noragric, Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Norwegian University of Life Sciences 2002
This report presents a review into soil erosion and conservation research and efforts made in Tigray. The report includes both traditional measures and activities promoted by non-government organisations (NGO's) and government ...
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