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February 23, 2024
Agriculture

ReNOKA RECOMMENDS ROTATIONAL LIVESTOCK GRAZING

Maseru, Apr. 17– The climate crisis and years of unsustainable farming in Lesotho has resulted in soil erosion, pollinator loss, farm workers and livestock exposed to extreme heat, and other adverse impacts. 

 In its statement issued on Monday, Renoka has recommended rotational livestock crazing as one of sustainable agricultural practices that can help farmers mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis. 

The statement indicated that rotational livestock grazing allows plants to regrow between grazing and establish deeper roots which in turn, improves soil health and structure as a result, the soil can retain moisture and is protected from water and wind erosion….

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