The World Bank cites Evergreen Agriculture as an impressive example that will bring a sustainable agricultural growth in the world. For more information, click here.
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Agriculture: Part of the Solution to Climate Change-World Bank Report
‘Evergreen agriculture’ could impact future biofuel composition
Research into boosting yields of cereal crops could see the feedstock used to greater extents in biofuel compositon of the future. For more information click here.
South Asian network to promote evergreen agriculture
In its effort to promote evergreen agriculture in the South Asian region, the World Agroforestry Center is creating a network of universities, research centers, NGOs and government agencies in the region. This has recieved a boost by a newly formed network, South Asian Network which will assist in the implementation of evergreen agriculture in the region. For more information click here.
‘Reinvent agriculture with evergreen tech’
Evergree agriculture is viewed as the radical, but entirely practical, to a reinvention of agriculture. For more information click here.
Putting trees on farms fundamental to future agricultural development
Dennis Garrity the Director General of the World Agroforestry Center during the launch of the International Year of Forest by the United Nations Forum on Forests (UNFF9) in New York, highlights the key role of evergreen agriculture to future agricultural development. For more information, click here.
Fertilizer Trees End Hunger in Africa-Softpedia Article
A recent artilce by Softpedia describes how fertilizer trees integrated in farm systems have contributed enormaously to alleviate hunger in Africa. For more information, click here.