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Agroforestry helps Tajikistan farmers overcome resource pressures
by Daniyar Serikov
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2 January 2019
On 2 January 2019 Mongabay reported:
Tajikistan is a dry and mountainous country where agroforestry is helping to stabilize soils degraded by decades of monoculture farming during the Soviet era, while growing food and providing cover for wildlife. Farm sizes are generally small and the population is increasing, but farmers visited by Mongabay report multiple harvests annually with alley cropping and other environmentally friendly techniques.
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