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Adoption and diffusion of minimum tillage for soil conservation in the metalio-guaimango region of El Salvador: institutional aspects and technical reflections: Report on a summaries

by Calderón, F; Sosa, H; Mendoza, V; Sain, G; CIAT, San José (Costa Rica); IICA, San José (Costa Rica); CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica); CIMMYT, San José (Costa Rica); Report on a Summaries. Workshops on Sustainable Agriculture on the Hillsides of Central America: Opportunities for Interinstitutional Collaboration San José (Costa Rica) 13-16 Ago 1991.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall number: IICA-E14 C566 Publisher: Cali (Colombia): 1991Description: p. 8-10.Summary: A description is given of biophysical, socioeconomic, and institutional aspects of adopting and diffusing minimum tillage for soil conservation in the Metalio-Guaymango region of El Salvador. The adoption was successfull, thanks to the influence of institutional factors, to agronomic knowledge, and to the presence of an integrated system of technological diffusion linked with credit. However, it must be admitted that the presence nof cattle in the farming system is an important factor in conditioning the technology's success. (MIBA)Subject(s): CONSERVACION DE SUELOS | LABRANZA | DESARROLLO INSTIT Y POLIT AGRICOLAS | CAMBIO TECNOLOGICO | AMERICA CENTRAL | EL SALVADOR
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