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Pruning cocoa trees is proven to increase yields. It can reduce disease incidence, use of pesticides, improve growth and make harvesting easier. Our short video shows how we train farmers in four simple steps.

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Barry Callebaut Group
This video introduces the importance of intercropping banana with coffee, including economic data to emphasize the advantages of practice for producers incomes.

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CIALCAafrica
CaféDirect has been working with smallholder farmers across the world to reduce the effects of climate change on their crops.

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CaféDirect
Water is a vital component of agricultural production. It is essential to maximise both yield and quality. Water has to be applied in the right amounts at the right time in order to achieve the right crop result. At the same time, the application of…

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SAI Platform Water Working Group
As a farmer, you want the vegetables you grow to be fresh and high-quality. You also want to harvest them at the proper time, knowing how to be efficient with your time and how to handle each kind of vegetable properly. Your customers may not know…

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Goal: To ensure that the bunches are harvested at the correct ripeness and arrive at the mill in optimal condition.

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Woittiez, Lotte Suzanne; Haryono Sadikin; Turhina, Sri; Dani, Hidayat; Dukan, Tri Purba; Smit, Hans
Topsoil is lost through soil erosion. This can reduce soil quality and cause water pollution. Learn about the effects of soil erosion as well as preventative measures, including increased vegetation, terracing, crop rotation and strip cropping.

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Gillaspy, Rebecca
HCVs are biological, ecological, social or cultural values which are considered outstandingly significant or critically important, at the national, regional or global level.
All natural habitats possess inherent conservation values, including…

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HCV Resource Network
Knowing the soils that occur on a sugarcane farm and understanding how and why they differ will assist growers in deciding how to manage the crop more effectively under different soil bioclimatic conditions and help to increase farm productivity and…

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South African Sugar Association Experiment Station
Sulphur is an important secondary nutrient. The amount taken up by each sugarcane crop varies between 20 and 30 kg S/ha.

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South African Sugarcane: Research Institute
Compared with many crops, sugarcane has a very high demand for potassium, with amounts of up to 200 and 500 kg K per ha respectively being removed by rain grown and irrigated cane crops.

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South African Sugarcane: Research Institute
The practice of burning sugarcane before harvesting is widespread. The main reason for this is to eliminate excess trash to improve harvesting, handling and milling efficiencies of the cane.

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South African Sugarcane: Research Institute