Section 5

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Water and Drought Resiliency

     Chapter 5.2

Tied ridging to capture and prevent erosion

      Chapter 5.4/5

Rainwater collection around fruit trees including use of rocks

      Chapter 5.7

Foldable plastic tanks and tarpaulin to collect rainwater

      Chapter 5.8

Irrigating a crop nursery using rainwater**

      Chapter 5.9

Drip irrigation in a greenhouse

      Chapter 5.10

Plastic mulch prevents water loss

      Chapter 5.11

Mung bean to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.12

Taro: Production outline, challenges, and opportunities

      Chapter 5.13

Lentil to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.14

Fonio to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.15

Pearl millet to mitigate climate change

      Chapter 5.16

Mustard leafy greens to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.17

Aloe vera as a cash crop to fight climate change

     Chapter 5.18

Grapes to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.19

Jerusalem artichoke as a tool to mitigate climate change

      Chapter 5.20

Rosemary as a cash crop to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.21

Dragon fruit to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.22

Fava bean to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.23

Anti-transpirants on plant seedlings to fight drought

      Chapter 5.24 

Lavender as a cash crop to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.25

Foxtail millet to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.26

Planting fig trees to combat drought

      Chapter 5.27

Tal-ya trays to grow fruit trees in dry conditions

      Chapter 5.28

Spineless cactus and saltbush as sheep fodder in dry climates

      Chapter 5.29

Super absorbent polymer seed coating to fight drought

      Chapter 5.30

Drought tolerant common bean varieties

      Chapter 5.31

Proso millet to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.32

Morning dew collection on terrace walls to mitigate climate change


      Chapter 5.33

Adopting tepary bean to combat drought

      Chapter 5.34

Bambara groundnut: overcoming climate change in Africa

      Chapter 5.35

A sustainable innovation to preserve cowpea crops

      Chapter 5.36

Gliricidia sepium as a dry season livestock fodder

      Chapter 5.37

How pigeon peas can combat drought

      Chapter 5.38

Adopting watermelon to combat drought

      Chapter 5.39

Mesquite trees to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.40

Marama bean to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.41

Chaya to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.42

Galia melon to fight drought

      Chapter 5.43

Adoption of sweet potato as a crop for smallholder farmers challenged with climate change

      Chapter 5.44

Sonora white wheat to fight drought

      Chapter 5.45

Acacia trees to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.46

Tamarind to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.47

Pomegranate to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.48

Peanuts (groundnuts) to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.49

Alfalfa as an animal feed to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.50

Western wheatgrass as a forage grass

      Chapter 5.51

Cantaloupe to fight drought

      Chapter 5.52

Guava to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.53

Drought tolerant common bean varieties to combat climate change

      Chapter 5.54

Echinacea as a cash crop to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.55

Drought tolerant maize for Africa project

      Chapter 5.56

Sorghum in African agriculture

      Chapter 5.57

Sunflower to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.58

Sweet clover as a forage legume

      Chapter 5.59

Tomatillos (Physalis) as a potential crop for smallholder farmers

      Chapter 5.60

Poplar trees (Populus euphratica) to combat climate change

      Chapter 5.61

Balanite fruit trees to fight climate change

      Chapter 5.61

Treddle and bicycle irrigation pumps