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Imperata management for smallholders

Imperata management for smallholders

an extensionist"s guide to rational Imperata management for smallholders.

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Published by Indonesian Rubber Research Institute, Sembawa Research Station, Natural Resources Institute in [Jakarta], Indonesia, [London], United Kingdom .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesExtensionist"s guide to rational Imperata management for smallholders
ContributionsSembawa Research Station.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 2004/01691 (S)
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 56 p. :
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3772851M
LC Control Number2003530893

Caused in part by the slash-and-burn practices of both large- and small-scale farmers, the environmental implications of tropical deforestation remain a worldwide concern. Yet the small-scale farmers who use slash-and-burn agriculture depend on it to produce food and make a living for their families. With contributions from scientists, economists, ecologists, and anthropologists, this book. Buy The Smallholder's Handbook: Keeping & caring for poultry & livestock on a small scale by Suzie Baldwin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(41).

The book is based partly on an international seminar titled Tree Growing in Agricultural Landscapes: Smallholder Tree Growing for Sustainable Rural Development and Environmental Conservation and Rehabilitation held in Cabagan.   Against this background, this book analyses numerous promising local tree and forest management initiatives taken by smallholders in the Bolivian, Brazilian, Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazon to better understand the key success by: 9.

  A smallholding is a residential site with more land than a garden, but less than a farm. The land is typically used for productive mixed crops including livestock and woodland management for fuel. Often there will be growing both for the needs of the residents (subsistence farming) and for cash crops. Get this from a library! Smallholder tree growing for rural development and environmental services: lessons from Asia. [Denyse J Snelder; Rodel D Lasco;] -- Recent history reveals that both the large-scale reforestation projects of the 20th century have often been less successful than anticipated, and that tree growing by smallholders a" as an.


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Publications from NRI Imperata management for smallholders is a well laid out small booklet which looks at many aspects of this troublesome and noxious perennial rhizomatous grass weed. It includes: Imperata biology; Imperata management methods and integrated control; and an assessment of the degree of importance farmers attach to the problem of Imperata infestation.

Imperata is a serious problem for the smallholder rubber farmer in most of Southeast Asia in three respects: the high cost (labour and/or capital) of opening Imperata-infested land, its.

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The costs of Imperata to smallholders are substantial in terms of a direct loss through fire and revenue foregone or delayed as a result of competition. Most smallholders intercrop their rubber during the first 1–3 years after planting it, and during this period Imperata is reasonably well by: Imperata Management for Smallholders: an extensionist’s guide to rational Imperata management for smallholders.

Indonesian Rubber Research Institute, Indonesia, and Natural Resources Institute, United Kingdom. 56 pp. Imperata management for smallholders book this book. Recent history reveals both that the large-scale reforestation projects of the 20th century have often been less successful than anticipated, and that tree growing by smallholders - as an alternative means to combat deforestation and promote sustainable land use - has received relatively little attention from the scientific and development communities.

Losses in W. Laurance and R. Bierregaard, editors. Tropical Forest Remnants: Ecology, Management and Conservation of Fragmented Communities. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. Anonymous (). Imperata Management for Smallholders. Jakarta, Natural Resources Institute, Indonesian Rubber Research Institute, ICRAF.

Anonymous (undated). Imperata management strategies used in smallholder rubber-based farming systems H. Bagnall-Oakeley, C. Conroy, A. Faiz, A. Gunawan, A. Gouyon Pages How smallholders may contribute to food and nutrition security remains a key challenge in many developing countries.

Despite being the main rural actors, smallholders are frequently the most food insecure, given an array of biophysical and socioeconomic challenges that were addressed during the workshop.

These proceedings discussFile Size: 1MB. Improving smallholder farming systems in Imperata areas of Southeast Asia: alternatives to shifting cultivation This is a report of a collaborative research project, ‘Improving smallholder farming systems in Imperata areas of Southeast Asia: a bioeconomic modelling approach’ sponsored by the Center for international Forestry Research and Cited by: Contact.

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Contents: 1. Introduction --Section ing shifting cultivation Impacts of reductions in fallow length / Ken Menz and Peter Grist Evaluation of fire versus non-fire methods for clearing Imperata fallow / Peter Grist and Ken Menz An analysis of shifting.

Agroforestry sebagai usaha reklamasi lahan Alang-alang (Imperata cylindrica) pada usaha tani skala kecil = Agroforestry as reclamation pathways for Imperata grassland use by smallholders By: Van Noordwijk M.

Description: 6p. Land infested with Imperata cylindrica has traditionally been regarded as being of low productivity. Recent research has shown tree growing to be an option for the Imperata areas of Southeast Asia. In this context, fire is seen as a major constraint. Rubber is one tree that is successfully grown in Imperata areas by many : Ken Menz, Katie Ellis.

Fire management on Imperata grasslands as part of agroforestry development in Indonesia Book. Full-text available The costs of Imperata to smallholders are substantial in terms of a. The model provides alternative management practices for smallholders in Imperata -infested rubber farms.

It can also be used as a tool to evaluate weed management practices in rubber plantations. Identifying alternative farm management practices. Description. Improving smallholder farming systems in Imperata areas of Southeast Asia: a bioeconomic modelling approach. The project was formally a collaborative effort between the Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, the Australian National University (CRES, ANU), Canberra, the SEAMEO Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Author: Damasa Magcale-Macandog, I.

Wayan Rusastra, Ken Menz. The augmented model was then used to trace the physical and economic consequences of fire. Imperata is regarded as providing the fire fuel load in the model, either as the rubber understorey, or as separate grassland.

The risk of fire was demonstrated to be an economic disincentive to rubber growing in Imperata by: 6. Imperata management for smallholders: an extensionist's guide to rational Imperata management for smallholders by NRI, ICRAF and the Indonesian Rubber Research Institute Sembawa Research Station (p.

15). Downloadable. This paper reports on research conducted in the Imperata project at CRES. Land infested with Imperata cylindrica has traditionally been regarded as being of low productivity. Recent research has shown tree growing to be an option for the Imperata areas of Southeast Asia.

In this context, fire is seen as a major constraint. Rubber is one tree that is successfully grown in Imperata. About the book 29 2. Policy approaches and theoretical considerations 35 Changing policies: from market systems to value chains 35 Theoretical approaches to households, markets, and marketing for the poor 42 Transaction costs 45 Households and livelihoods 48 Value chain thinking 53 3.

Financial services for agricultural smallholders 65File Size: 3MB. My copy of The Sheep Book For Smallholders is marked with my muddy fingerprints. This is a book to have with you at all times - especially out in the field. It is a practical guide, benefitting from the experience, and the clear, honest communications skills /5(39).Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook cast 4인사색 Crapchat: A Poodcast Beard Booze And Barbecue's show Calvary Chapel Greenwood Chill theory’s HCVC Sermons.