The AGRF Summit 2023, hosted a side event “Defining Africa’s Fertilizer and Soil Health Vision” that was held, in Dar es Salaam. Among the participants was African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP).
The session served as a platform for thought leaders and experts in soil health and fertilizer sectors to come together, sharing their experiences and shedding light on effective practices tailored for African soil health. The event emphasised practical solutions and recommendations rooted in proven technologies for enhancing soil fertility management, addressing acid soil issues, and promoting sustainable landscape management.
The overarching objective of this session was to draw attention to critical areas within soil health and fertilizer management, backed by data and evidence-based insights. These areas include climate change mitigation. The discussions did not merely revolve around identifying challenges, but also offered practical solutions and recommendations to support the implementation of the Africa Fertilizer and Soil Health Summit’s 10-year action plan.
The session focused on soil health and adopting sustainable fertilizer practices, and how Africa could unlock new opportunities for growth, enhance agricultural productivity, and create a more resilient farming landscape.
The insights and recommendations generated during this event where important for the agricultural industry and discussing food security and environmental sustainability in Africa. AFAP’s participation demonstrates their commitment to driving positive change and promoting sustainable agriculture practices on the continent.
The AGRF Summit 2023 aimed at nurturing Africa’s soil health and fertilizer vision, and contributing to a prosperous and sustainable agricultural landscape for future generations in Africa.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/environment/08092023/fertilizer-side-event-held-at-agrf-summit-2023/
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