Report: Bringing Regenerative Agriculture to Africa: Kenyan Farmers Are Enthusiastic but Need Better Packaged Info
Regenerative agriculture is a common term among farmers in the global north today. A wide range of investors, corporations and innovations are all vying to play a role in the transition of the world’s acres to a method of farming that’s mooted to be able to improve soil health, increase yields long term, reverse desertification, protect biodiversity, sequester carbon and otherwise reduce the negative externalities of conventional, synthetic and chemical input-based agriculture.
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Source: AgFunderNews (link opens in a new window)
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