Treatment of organic resources before soil incorporation in semi-arid regions improves resilience to El Niño, and increases crop production and economic returns

Jo Smith*, Dali Nayak, Fabrizio Albanito, Bedru Balana, Helaina Black, Shiferaw Boke, Alison Brand, Anja Byg, Mengistu Dinato, Mulugeta Habte, Paul Hallett, Thomas Lemma Argaw, Wolde Mekuria, Awdenegest Moges, Alemayehu Muluneh, Paula Novo, Mike Rivington , Tewodros Tefera, May Vanni, Getahun YakobEuan Phimster

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