The Future of Food Looks Bad for East Africa—But These Farmers Aren’t Giving Up – TakePart


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The Future of Food Looks Bad for East Africa—But These Farmers Aren't Giving Up
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The other farmers in the group now also practice the same agroforestry practices as Mayende, including planting nitrogen-fixing trees and legumes between rows of crops, called intercropping. Her maize production has gone up, and she purchased a cow …