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Agroforestry and the Improvement of Soil Fertility: A View from Amazonia

Figure 4

(a) Delimitation between the swept and weeded bare earth “yard” that surrounds the dwelling (left) and the outside area (periphery) where the residues are directed to (right). (b) Accumulation of organic domestic residues in the periphery of a homegarden, where frequent small burns of these residues may occur, together with other organic materials derived from sweeping and weeding the “yard”; (c) outside view of an indigenous homegarden in the “Lavrado” (savanna) of Roraima, Brazil (Araçá Indigenous Land, Brazil).

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