By Agricultural Sector Symposium 1993 (World Bank), Jitendra P. Srivastava, Harold Alderman, World Bank
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Various green manures, including the leaves of leguminous hedge plants, that have other uses as well, are also becoming more widely applied. In rainfed areas where production risks are higher and the opportunity cost of labor is low, farmers are reluctant to use purchased inorganic fertilizer. The need to produce and use organic manures under such conditions is important. High-yielding forage (such as napier grass) production for "resident" livestock, particularly draft animals, is probably the key to maintaining a sustainable fertility cycle.
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