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Sloping Agricultural Land Technology (SALT) Farming System

Sloping Agricultural Land Technology (SALT) Farming System

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MBRLC “HOW TO SERIES” NO. 1
HOW TO FARM YOURHILLY LAND WITHOUTLOSING YOUR SOIL
 
THE SLOPING AGRICULTURALLAND TECHNOLOGY (SALT)FARMING SYSTEM
 
Published by: Asian Rural Life Development
Foundation, International
 
 
 
To the Valued Reader:
 
Mr. Har
old R. Watson originally wrote the “How To Farm Your Hilly Land” series
in the 1980’s. Watson, Dr. Warlito A. Laquihon and other MBRLC staff. It hasserved a generation of Filipino farmers in giving useful and practical information
on farming systems for
their sloping lands. Moreover, the SALT technology has
become one accepted system for hillside farming all over the world.If you have any questions about this publication or technology, please fee free to
write and/or contact us at our international offices of the Asian Rural LifeDevelopment Foundation (ARLDF):
 
Mr. J. Jeffrey Palmer, Director
 
ARLDF International
 
P.O. Box 30
 
Samyaek Suanprung P.O.
 Chiang Mai, 50201
THAILAND
 
e
-
mail:
palmer@loxinfo.co.th
 
You c
an also contact our base work in the Philippines where SALT originated at:
Mr. Steven L. Musen, Director
 
Mr. Henrylito Tacio, Program Information Officer
 MBRLC
P.O. Box 41
 
Bansalan, 8005
 
PHILIPPINES
 
e
-
mail:mbrlc@mozcom.com
 
We are very happy to share our experiences through this manual. For further
information, please visit our website at: http://www2.mozcom.com/~arldf
Happy farming!
 
J. Jeffrey Palmer, Director
 
ARLDF International
 
February 2004
 
 
 
UPDATED AND REVISED EDITION, 2004
 
With the purpose of facilitating wide information transfer, permission is herebygiven for reproducing the contents of this manual, with the condition that properacknowledgements are made and two copies are sent to the publisher.These “How To” series can serve as a practical and simple guide for engaging invarious projects. The information is based on good research and the soundexperiences and practices of the MBRLC.Bibliographic Citation
:
 MBRLC Editorial Staff.
How to Farm Y 
our Hilly Land Without Losing Your Soil (SALT)
. MBRLC, Kinuskusan, Bansalan, Davao del Sur. 2004 Edition. How to
Series No. 1.
 
Editorial Staff:
 
Mr. Henylito D. TacioMr. Steven L. Musen
 
Mr. J. Jeffrey Palmer
 
Note: The trade names, manufacturers and distributors cited in this publication
are used solely for the purpose of providing specific information and do notendorse products named or imply criticism of similar ones not mentioned.Mention of a trade name, manufacturer or distributor does not constitut
e a
guarantee or warranty of the product.
 Published by MBRLC, Kinuskusan, Bansalan, Davao del Sur, Philippines.

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