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Regenerative Agriculture

Nekesah T. Wafullah and Kuria C. Munene Kuria C. Munene

269 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Rodale Institute one of the most reputable institute in organic farming first used the term regenerative farming in the early 1980s. Although the interest of this term did not become popular in the 1980s, there is a renewed interest due to the contribution of agriculture to greenhouse gasses. While some people emphasize on how huge it benefits are, there are some with reservations due to difficulties to estimate the exact benefits attributed to RA. This book provides the audience with an overview of RA, its rationale, critics, and principles in order to accurately understand RA potential and limitations. The book also gives the audience with some tool to measure and quantify the impact of RA and some farming practices that are considered s RA. Filled with great examples and case study, this book is an invaluable source of information for people seeking to know or practice RA.
Author Bio
Nekesah T. Wafullah is a skilled agriculture expert with extensive knowledge in agricultural energy value addition products, agricultural business management services, project management, various forms of fertilizer, their production, sales, marketing aspects and application regimes; cross border fertilizer trade policies; youth and women empowerment and volunteerism. She is adept at project planning and management as well as creating simple solutions to complex problems. She has experience within agricultural markets in Kenya, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)- Bukavu and Lubumbashi and Uganda. She mentors high school and college students and advocates for better performance in Agricultural science. During her free time, she loves editing books, watching movies, cooking, baking, networking, reading, and dancing. Nekesah holds an M Sc. In Agricultural and Applied Economics degree from the University of Nairobi with a major in International Trade and Policy.