Conservation agriculture is sustainable and profitable

The practising of conservation agriculture entails financial, social and environmental benefits, in addition to contributing to sustainable management of the soil without compromising the profitability of agricultural activity. This is how Jesús A. Gil Ribes, professor of the University of Cordoba and chairman of the Spanish Association for Conservation Agriculture Living Soils (AEAC.SV), defended the concept in an interview with Efeagro, reminding readers that Spain is the leader in this type of practices which, in his opinion, have clear "potential to mitigate and adapt to climate change".

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