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Oasissofas

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Oasissofas – a 6 x 3 ft carbon sequestering vegetable bed managed using the three fundamental ‘MCD’ principles of conservation agriculture namely: M – minimum soil disturbance which involves no tillage; C – continuous mulch which involves growing fertilizer producing mulch in the site and not bringing the mulch to the site; and D – diverse species which involves spatially planting different species at various cropping cycles. The bed is the size of a sofa symbolically discouraging being a couch potato by going outside to the oasissofas. The bed is called an oasis, because many households due to lack of fresh, nutritious and artificial chemical free produce in diets are home deserts symbolically needful of an oasis. Oasis sofas mimic a forest since ‘MCD’ are fundamental attributes of a forest.