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Stories by John P. Reganold

Rebuilding Africa's Soil, 1 Farm at a Time

By growing trees, shrubs and other perennial plants among crops in the field, African farmers can revitalize some badly depleted soils while raising food yields

May 1, 2016 — John P. Reganold and Jerry D. Glover

Future Farming: A Return to Roots?

Large-scale agriculture would become more sustainable if major crop plants lived for years and built deep root systems

July 15, 2007 — Jerry D. Glover, Cindy M. Cox and John P. Reganold

Sustainable Agriculture

Traditional conservation-minded methods combined with modern technology can reduce farmers' dependence on possibly dangerous chemicals. The rewards are both environmental and financial

June 1, 1990 — James F. Parr, John P. Reganold and Robert I. Papendick

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