A Lubuk Beringin villager, Lukman Firdaus, poses for a photograph on his agroforestry farm in the forest near Lubuk Beringin village, Bungo district, Jambi province, Indonesia. Agroforestry can improve crop productivity in several ways: increasing soil organic matter, infiltration and water storage; improving soil physical properties and biological activity; and enhancing nutrient supplies through nitrogen fixation and reduced leaching and soil erosion.
Photo by Tri Saputro/CIFOR
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