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Farming with Alternative Pollinators (FAP) Creates High Incentives for Farmers for Pollinator Friendly Agriculture
Currently, environmental research on pollinator decline does not trigger broad protection of pollinators in particular in agricultural landscapes. Prevailing environmental recommen- dations, e.g. seeding wildflower strips ...
Experiment set-up: SOC trials in Merchouch and Guich stations, year 1
This is the first progress report of the SOC-related component of the research, on the effects of Durum Wheat genotypes on soil organic carbon and total nitrogen in the root zone.
Experiment set-up: Silicon pot-experiment at Guich station, year 1
This is the first progress report of the Silicon-related component of the research, on the effects of bio-available Silicon on the drought tolerance of Bread Wheat genotypes.
Ultra-Low Energy Drip Irrigation for MENA Countries Drip Irrigation in Morocco
While drip irrigation has been hailed as a promising solution to Morocco’s water shortage problems, current adoption rates have been quite low, with some watersheds reporting an adoption rate as low as 10% (Jobbins et al., ...
Outline of the literature review on no tillage treatment effects on soil physical health
The research Activity “Improvement of water productivity and adaptation to climate change through the development of integrated inputs (water and nitrogen) management options” was launched in 2015, and implemented by ICARDA ...
Farmers Have Too Low Knowledge to Protect and Benefit from Native Pollinators – Insight from Morocco
In 2016 The Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) showed that agricultural production is now twice as dependent on pol- linators than five decades ago, but pollinator ...