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  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195477.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195478.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195479.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Feet of sorghum.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195480.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Okra feet.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195481.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. A field of millet.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195482.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Abdoulaye Camara in a millet field before harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195483.jpg
    Djejenni, Siby (Mali) Market garden
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195484.jpg
    djejenni, Siby (Mali) Eggplant culture.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195485.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Lamine Camara, applies straw to her eggplant crops. This technique allows it to keep the wet earth longer.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195486.jpg
    Djejenni, Siby (Mali) Practice of an agrarian system called slash-and-burn agriculture. the fields are cleared by fire and then cultivated for a short period of time and then fallow.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195487.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Cotton fields just before the harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195488.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Cotton fields just before the harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195489.jpg
    Djenjeni, Siby (Mali), Cotton fields just before the harvest.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195466.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali) Irrigation in the form of small canals in a community garden. Water is extracted from the wells by means of motor pumps.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195467.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali) Irrigation in the form of small canals in a community garden. Water is extracted from the wells by means of motor pumps.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195468.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Salad plants in a market garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195469.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), N'Goyo seed, variety of round eggplant.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195470.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Onion plants ready to be replanted.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195471.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195472.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195473.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195474.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195475.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195476.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman is putting a "traditional" fertilizer (bark, manure and various plant residues) on a plot of the Sindalak community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195438.jpg
    Morola, Siby (Mali), Brahma Camara, big brother of Abdoulaye Camara, removes the weeds in a plot of onions from the family garden. The onion shoots will then be torn off to be multiplied by division. Technique of cutting a bulb in two and replanting.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195439.jpg
    Morola, Siby (Mali), A young man sprinkles a crop of onions in vegetable gardens.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195440.jpg
    Sindalak Market Gardens, Siby (Mali)
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195441.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), cut of a bulb of onion in two to multiply the shoots. This so-called division multiplication technique involves cutting a bulb in two and replanting it.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195442.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), cut of a bulb of onion in two to multiply the shoots. This so-called division multiplication technique involves cutting a bulb in two and replanting it.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195443.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), cut of a bulb of onion in two to multiply the shoots. This so-called division multiplication technique involves cutting a bulb in two and replanting it.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195444.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), cut of a bulb of onion in two to multiply the shoots. This so-called division multiplication technique involves cutting a bulb in two and replanting it.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195445.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), cut of a bulb of onion in two to multiply the shoots. This so-called division multiplication technique involves cutting a bulb in two and replanting it.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195446.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), cut of a bulb of onion in two to multiply the shoots. This so-called division multiplication technique involves cutting a bulb in two and replanting it.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195447.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), Salad plants under a mosquito net before being replanted in the ground.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195448.jpg
    Sindalak Market Gardens, Siby (Mali)
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195449.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), Sweet potato seeds recovered from the plant during flowering.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195450.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), Sweet potato seeds recovered from the plant during flowering.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195451.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A piece of yam stalk is replanted in the soil, giving back a climbing plant that will produce new tubers.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195452.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A piece of yam stalk is replanted in the soil, giving back a climbing plant that will produce new tubers.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195453.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A piece of yam stalk is replanted in the soil, giving back a climbing plant that will produce new tubers.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195454.jpg
    Market gardens of Sindalak, Siby (Mali). The Jatropha, shrub often used in fence gardens. Its seeds are also used to produce biofuel.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195455.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), dried peppers and okra on the roof of an attic. The seeds are recovered thus serving as new seeds.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195456.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A calabash with corn and potatoes.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195457.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), A woman sorting peanuts
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195458.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), bag of unhusked rice.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195459.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), An attic for seeds.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195460.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), okra is preserved for its seeds, they will be replanted during the next rainy season (rainy season)
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195461.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali), An attic for okra seeds.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195462.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Harvesting corn.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195463.jpg
    Siby (Mali) Rice plants.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195464.jpg
    Siby (Mali) Feet of Hibiscus or white bissap.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195465.jpg
    Sindalak, Siby (Mali) Irrigation in the form of small canals in a community garden. Water is extracted from the wells by means of motor pumps.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195429.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. A woman sprinkles a piece of salad in a community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195432.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. A woman works a plot in a community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195433.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. Culture of the gourd, family Cucurbitaceae, it is grown as a vegetable for its fruit also called calabash.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195434.jpg
    Siby (Mali) 50 km from Bamako. A woman sprinkles a piece of salad in a community garden.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195435.jpg
    Morola, Siby (Mali), A young man sprinkles a crop of onions in vegetable gardens.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195436.jpg
    Morola, Siby (Mali), ears of corn, newly harvested in a family garden (Abdoulaye Camara family) This family like many others around Siby uses only traditional seeds and this for several generations.
  • Agroecology in Mali
    Mali
    Nicolas Réméné
    LePictorium_0195437.jpg
    Maraichers gardens of Morola, Siby (Mali).
  • Honeymoon town
    India
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0123294.jpg
    Honeymoon town -
    A bride wears her marriage bracelets for one month after her wedding day, traditionally these are not removed even for sleeping or bathing. the bracelets are a symbol that she is newly wed and belongs to her husband.
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