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Treatment of organic resources before soil incorporation in semi-arid regions improves resilience to El Nino, and increases crop production and economic returns

TitleTreatment of organic resources before soil incorporation in semi-arid regions improves resilience to El Nino, and increases crop production and economic returns
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsSmith J, Nayak D, Albanito F, Balana B, Black HIJ, Boke S, Brand A, Byg A, Dinato M, Habte M, Hallett P, Lemma Argaw T, Mekuria W, Moges A, Muluneh A, Novo P, Rivington M, Tefera T, Vanni M, Yakob G, Phimister E
JournalEnvironmental Research Letters
Volume14
PaginationArticle No. 085004

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