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Re: Addressing water scarcity in agriculture: how can indigenous or traditional practices help?

Bill Butterworth
Bill ButterworthLand Research LtdUnited Kingdom

Composts made from urban wastes will hold between 5 and ten times their own weight of water. Taking urban wastes can also earn cash. So, take the wastes, compost them and create sub-surface layers ass “top soil reservoirs”. See details in How to make on-farm composting work and Reversing global warming for profit both by Bill Butterworth and published by MX Publishing, London.

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