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By I. Arnon

All through historical past, guy has, by way of over-use, always diminished the effective potential of dry lands. This degradation of one-third of the land zone of the globe is, regrettably, expanding. in recent times, global curiosity has grew to become to the issues of toxins of our surroundings and the approaching meals scarcity as global inhabitants grows explosively. therefore the eye of foreign and different agricultural bodies Read more...

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