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Tunisia: Workshop in Tunis Focuses On Use of Sewage Sludge to Fertilise Crops

Tunis — The use of sewage sludge to fertilise crops was discussed at a workshop held Tuesday in Tunis. The training is part of a project between the Tunisian Ministry of Agriculture and German Co-operation Agency (GTZ) on the development of this material in view of its use in the agricultural field.

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