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Conservation Agriculture in South America

Code: 9781801463898
Rafael Fuentes-Llanillo, IDR-Paraná IAPAR-EMATER and FEBRAPDP, Brazil; Marie Luise Carolina Bartz, University of Coimbra, Portugal and FEBRAPDP, Brazil; Tiago Santos Telles, IDRParaná IAPAR-EMATER, Brazil; Ademir Calegari, formerly IAPAR and FEBRAPDP, Brazil; Augusto Guilherme Araújo, formerly IAPAR, Brazil; Amir Kassam, University of Reading, UK; David Roggero, AAPRESID, Argentina; Dimas Soares Junior, IDR-Paraná IAPAR-EMATER and FEBRAPDP, Brazil; Edgard Ramírez, AAPRESID, Argentina; Facundo Capandeguy, AUSID, Uruguay; Herbert Arnold Bartz, Farmer, Doctor Honoris Causa UEL and FEBRAPDP, Brazil (in memoriam); Jaime Hernández-Zamora, ANAPO, Bolivia; Ken Moriya, FEPASIDIAS, Paraguay; Luciano Dabalá, AUSID, Uruguay; María Cecilia Ginés, AAPRESID, Argentina; Martín Maria Cubilla, FEPASIDIAS, Paraguay; Ricardo Ralisch, formerly UEL Professor and FEBRAPDP, Brazil; Richard Trujillo Mendoza, ANAPO, Bolivia; Roberto Peiretti, Global Farmer Network, USA; Rolf Derpsch, formerly GTZ Paraguay Consultant, Germany; Telmo Jorge Carneiro Amado, UFSM, Brazil; and Theodor Friedrich, Retired Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Expert on Conservation Agriculture, Germany

Chapter synopsis: This chapter describes the origins and current status of CA as well as NT and the NTS in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia. These represent the top five CA countries with about 99% of the area under CA cultivation in South America.

DOI: 10.19103/AS.2021.0088.04
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 The no-tillage system and Conservation Agriculture in Brazil 3 The no-tillage system in Argentina 4 Evolution and current state of the no-tillage system in Paraguay 5 No-tillage and Conservation Agriculture in Uruguay 6 No-tillage and Conservation Agriculture in Bolivia 7 Future prospects for Conservation Agriculture in South America 8 Where to look for further information 9 References

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