Drought When evaporation and transpiration together worsen droughts

A process called ‘evapotranspiration’ increases during droughts, further increasing water unavailability in the soil. The process is also linked to flash droughts, which develop rapidly with water depleting severely within a few weeks

Ana Maria Primavesi, pioneer of agroecology in Brazil, passes away at 99 years old

By understanding the soil as a living organism, the author was responsible for advances in the ecological management of agriculture