The seventh edition of the Forages for the Future newsletter published in June 2018 features an article on how Desho and Napier grasses are helping smallholders produce year-year round forage in Ethiopia.
The two grasses are a source of good-quality forage for cut-and-carry systems in the country. Desho grass has become particularly popular as a means of biological control in stabilizing soil bunds and controlling runoffs and soil erosion.
Read the full article in page 5 of the Forages for the Future newsletter
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