New technologies are helping farmers in Central Asia reduce manual labor, cut fuel costs and application of seeds. Modern planters and seeders will serve farmers for sustainable land use practices that also decrease expenses.
The Knowledge Management in CACILM II project has been contributing to building a knowledge platform in the region to consolidate knowledge created for up-scaling and out-scaling sustainable land management.
Round table on institutional and legal aspects of rangelands development in Uzbekistan was held in Tashkent on 18 March.
Central Asia is expected to experience significant levels of climatic changes over coming decades, which may negatively impact crop yields and farming incomes.
More than 90 sustainable land management practices, systematized and tested in all five countries of the region, are now available to farmers interested in increasing their lands' productivity.
Cultivation of winter chickpea is a new practice in Uzbekistan. It became possible thanks to research for cold-resistant varieties for arid lands.
|АГРАР СИЁСАТ ВА ОЗИҚ-ОВҚАТ ХАВФСИЗЛИГИ||Projects and related documents||Scientific publications|
|Achievements at a glance||Projects and related documents||Scientific publications|
|Устойчивое управление земельными ресурсами в Центральной Азии: возможности и препятствия||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
|Addressing Land Degradation in Central Asia: Challenges and Opportunities||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
|Rotation of pastures in desert regions of Uzbekistan||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
|Establishing fences from stone walls and poplar trees around the perimeter of fields||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
|Transition from pasture land to fruit and fodder plots||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
|Agroforestry based on establishment of gardens||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
|Technology of planting crops along the ridges||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
|Agroforestry amelioration for rehabilitation of degraded land||Projects and related documents||Factsheets|
Acting as an information repository and knowledge hub, this website helps to increase the use of innovations developed by the well-established CACILM Project in Central Asia. Its synthesis, compilation, and dissemination of current research provide a secure knowledge base that policymakers and other stakeholders can access and utilize to develop sustainable strategies capable of addressing the region’s severe land degradation.