World Congress on Conservation Agriculture 2011 Papers
This page provides access to the papers and additional resources that were submitted for consideration at the World Congress on Conservation Agriculture 2011.
Theme 1: More efficient management practice for conservation agriculture
Conservation agriculture: have the good years become the bad years?
Author(s): R. Heath
Sense and nonsense in conservation agriculture: principles, pragmatism and productivity in Australian mixed farming systems
Author(s): J. Kirkegaard, M. Conyers, J. Hunt, C. Kirkby, M. Watt, G. Rebetzke
Theme 2: Farming systems design
Production systems for the future: balancing trade-offs between food production, efficiency, livelihoods and the environment
Author(s): M. Herrero, P. K. Thornton
Theme 3: Impact through consultation, participation and knowledge sharing
Informing policy development for sustainable and productive food production systems in dry area.
Author(s): K. H. Shideed.
Theme 4: Policy development for market effectiveness
Making conservation agriculture ever green
Author(s): D. P. Garrity
Accepted papers omitted from printed proceedings
The following accepted papers were unaccountably omitted from the printed proceedings.
Development of healthy rice seedlings: A practical application of soil solarization.
Author(s): S. P. Banu, G. S. Abawi, J. M. Duxbury, J. G. Lauren, C. A. Meisner.
Conservation agriculture: A dynamic approach for continuing biomass production under rain-fed conditions of the Mediterranean climate
Author(s): M. Ben-Hammouda, I. Nouiri, A. Khelil, S. Talbi, B. Thabet
On farm and on station ‘Best Bet’ maize-legume cropping systems evaluation under CA and Conventional practice in mid altitude sub humid of Western Ethiopia
Author(s): A. Temesgen, T. Dadefo, T. Birhanu, G. Shumi Kifle, Degefa, S. Tadesse, G. Biru. I. Waltaji
Introducing Conservation Agriculture in the Quirimbas National Park of Cabo Delgado, Northern Mozambique
Author(s): J. Dambiro, F. Xavier. B. Vasco, M. Azito
Sustainable agriculture in Carbon arithmetics: LIFE+ Agricarbon
Author(s); E. J. González-Sánchez,J. A. Gil-Ribes, R. Ordóñez-Fernández, J. Agüera-Vega, F. Marquez-García, R. Carbonell-Bojollo, O. Veroz-González,M. Gómez-Ariza; J. J. Pérez-García
Co-learning from the Simmons Creek Salinity Project
Author(s): I. Hume, D. Race, T. Nordblom, J. Finlayson
- Theme 1: More efficient management practice conservation agriculture
- Theme 2: Farming systems design
- Theme 3: Impact through consultation, participation and knowledge sharing
- Theme 4: Policy development for market effectiveness
- WCCA 2011 Posters
- Keynote Theme 3 Shideed
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