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Taungya Forest Plantations with Agriculture in Southeast Asia (Sustainable Rural Development Series) epub ebook

by Carl F Jordan,Jiragorn Gajaseni,Hiroyuki Watanabe

Taungya  Forest Plantations with Agriculture in Southeast Asia (Sustainable Rural Development Series) epub ebook

Author: Carl F Jordan,Jiragorn Gajaseni,Hiroyuki Watanabe
Category: Nature & Ecology
Language: English
Publisher: CABI; 1 edition (January 1992)
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN: 0851988016
ISBN13: 978-0851988016
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Home Jordan, Carl F, Gajaseni, Jiragorn, Watanabe, Hiroyuki Taungya Forest Plantations with Agriculture in Southeast Asia . .This book describes the history and current practices of taungya, as it has developed in Southeast Asia since its introduction to Burma in the 1860s, and assesses its strengths and weaknesses.

Taungya: Forest Plantations with Agriculture in Southeast Asia, eds C. F. Jordan, J. Gajaseni & H. Watanabe. xiv+153 pp. Wallingford: CAB International (1992). ISBN 0 85198 801 6. R. C. Widdicombe. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 27 March 2009. Export citation Request permission.

Taungya, Forest Planta. This book describes the history and current practices of taungya, as it has developed in Southeast Asia since its introduction to Burma in the 1860s, and assesses its strengths and weaknesses

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KEYWORDS: Eucalyptus Cultivation, Forest Cover Loss, Laos Shifting Cultivation, Plantation Expansion

KEYWORDS: Eucalyptus Cultivation, Forest Cover Loss, Laos Shifting Cultivation, Plantation Expansion. Despite being of this high commercial value to rural farmers and large industries, eucalyptus harms watersheds and if not properly managed, destroys ecosystems through its allelopathic and water absorption tendencies. Nevertheless, with adequate and effective management and proper sustainable planning or involvement of rural farmers in the decision making process, eucalyptus cultivation would have a very positive social and ecological impact.

Taungya: Forest Plantations with Agriculture in . Taungya : forest plantations with agriculture in Southeast Asia. Jordan, Carl . Jiragorn Gajaseni, 1952-, Watanabe, Hiroyuki, 1939-. 1995 Conservation: Replacing Quantity with Quality as a Goal for Global Management. Textbook) . ordan, . Principles of Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development II. (co instructor, (1994-2000). Conservation Seminar (2000-2009). Senior Seminar (1999-2002). Wallingford, Oxon, UK: .

Gajaseni J. and Watanabe H. (ed., Taungya: Forest Plantation with Agriculture in Southeast Asia (Sustainable Rural Development). CABI Publishing, CAB International, pp. 5–. oogle Scholar. 1991Long-term effect of cassava cultivation on soil productivityField Crops Re. 6118CrossRefGoogle Scholar. eds. Agriculture in the Tropics3Blackwell Science Lt. xford222256Google Scholar. 1988Soil organic matter and its dynamicWild, A.

The paper reports the development and evaluation of relevant local ecological criteria and indicators for participatory resource management of community forest. The study site, the Nong Meg-Nong Hee community forest, Maha Sarakham Province, is in northeastern Thailand.

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Taungya: forest plantations with agriculture in Southeast Asia, p. 101-111. Sustainable Rural Development Series No. 1. Wallingford, UK, CAB International. Dipterocarps and mycorrhizae, an ecological adaptation and a factor in forest regeneration.

Taungya by Carl F. Jordan, 1992, . Sustainable rural development series ;, no. Classifications. Are you sure you want to remove Taungya, forest plantations with agriculture in Southeast Asia from your list? Taungya, forest plantations with agriculture in Southeast Asia. interplanting crops can reduce land use conflicts and increase sustainability of forestry in less developed countries. Published 1992 by .

As natural forest disappear in tropical and subtropical countries, governments and forest industries are turning to plantations to meet the demand for timber. Taungya forestry has arisen to ameliorate conflicts between foresters who need land for forest plantations and shifting cultivators who need it to plant subsistence crops. Taungya is a system of forest plantations in which peasants are allowed to cultivate crops for the first few years between the seedlings of a forest plantations. Recent modifications to the taungya system include social and economic benefits to participating families. This book describes the history and current practices of taungya, as it has developed in Southeast Asia since its introduction to Burma in the 1860s, and assesses its strengths and weaknesses. It suggests social, economic and technical modifications that may help make taungya a method for improving the sustainability of forestry in developing countries (in Africa and South America as well as Asia), and will interest those concerned with tropical forestry, agroforestry systems and rural development.
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