A course about agroecological production and the exchange of community knowledge brought together farmers to learn about how to produce inputs such as biofertilizers, water glass and Bordeaux mixture

About 30 quilombola farmers from different communities in Amapá met between February 24-26 to learn about production techniques for organic and healthy food in the “Course of Agroecological Production and the Exchange of Knowledge of Quilombola Communities.” During the workshop, several topics were addressed, such as soil formation, the management of organic matter, soil cover, the conservation of quilombola seeds and native seedlings, and ecological diversity. The main content included the production of agroecological inputs, such as biofertilizers, water glass and Bordeaux mixture. It was organized by Ecam, an iCS grantee.

Quilombola family farming workshop encourages sustainable production

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