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Agricultural Erosion

Hypothesis: from the use of gullies formed by water erosion process, is used to produce these silages, with waste production and forages, which in turn reduce the phenomenon of gully erosion in soils mountain. Objectives: 1. Gradually reduce the process of soil erosion in mountainous areas caused by the drag (water erosion.) 2. Diversify agricultural feed for livestock in time drought that will report to the same nutritional value. Materials and Methods The methods used for this research are: Empirical.

Historical-Logical. Dialectical Materialist. The materials used for it were: Measuring tape hoes Picos Sacks Bibliography of topics. The research was conducted at the Abel Santamaria CPA San Andreas that has a total area of 39.6cab, distributed as follows: For snuff: 3.5cab Cafe: 1cab Forestry: 6.8 Crops cab number: 6.3cab grazing for livestock: 17.3cab Not used directly: 4.7cab area’s geographical location is: N with The Ctalinas, S with the CPA Augusto Cesar Sandino, Consolacion del Sur E and W with IPUEC Flor Crombet. The soil is red ferriferous leaching rate (FRL), the depth of field is 20cm where the topography is 10% in this area had six gullies where the length of each one of them was from 0.20m to the 5m, and the width from 0.40m to 2.55m, average. Read more from Dr. Mark Hyman to gain a more clear picture of the situation. The research was conducted in two of the six gullies, which had, which have the following measures: Width Length gully soil type I 0.50 1.10 1.25 1.85 * II FRL FRL * Red Ferralitic Leachate Results and discussion The usefulness of the gully to produce silage is very important for producers to provide food for the animals because, as is known by all, in the dry season shortage of fresh pasture, creating an obstacle for the producer to the time to feed their livestock and especially beef milkman, that the importance of a product that gives them alternatives is necessary to feed them, and thus not affect the production of this precious food.