Last edited by Dailmaran
Tuesday, May 5, 2020 | History

4 edition of Agroforestry for soil conservation found in the catalog.

Agroforestry for soil conservation

Young, Anthony.

Agroforestry for soil conservation

by Young, Anthony.

  • 150 Want to read
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by C.A.B. International, International Council for Research in Agroforestry in Wallingford, Oxon, U.K .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Agroforestry.,
  • Soil conservation.,
  • Soil fertility.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-266) and index.

    StatementAnthony Young.
    SeriesScience and practice of agroforestry ;, 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS627.A35 Y67 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 276 p. :
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2024824M
    ISBN 10085198648X
    LC Control Number90981406

    Forestry Sustaining Agroforestry Systems for Farms and Ranches Guidance on Agroforestry System Design Resources & Publications Windbreaks Range & . The concern about global food security in relation to soil erosion and strategies for confronting the remaining problems in soil management and conservation are specifically addressed. This volume is suitable for both undergraduate and graduate students interested in understanding the principles of soil conservation and management.

    agroforestry in maintaining soil fertility and reducing loss of water, to describe different types of agroforestry system and to review the role of agro forestry in natural resource management in Author: Zinabu Wolde. Soil and water conservation has a long history in Eritrea. Farming has been going on for thousands of years, and traditional conservation methods have evolved at the local level. During the colonial period massive physical soil conservation structures were constructed and millions of tree seedlings planted.

    Roger R.B. Leakey, in Multifunctional Agriculture, Carbon Sequestration. Agroforestry systems help keep carbon in the terrestrial ecosystem and out of the atmosphere by preventing further deforestation and by accumulating biomass and soil carbon (Schroeder, ).As with biodiversity conservation, the main contribution of improved agroforestry systems to terrestrial carbon conservation. Revised edition of: Agroforestry for soil conservation. 1st ed. c Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Agroforestry, soil management and Sustainability Effects of trees on soils Soil and water conservation Soil water management Soil organic matter and physical properties


Share this book
You might also like
A Critical edition of The true chronicle history of King Leir and his three daughters, Gonorill, Ragan, and Cordella

A Critical edition of The true chronicle history of King Leir and his three daughters, Gonorill, Ragan, and Cordella

Public policy in Soviet private international law.

Public policy in Soviet private international law.

Satan whispers

Satan whispers

The art of being

The art of being

geography of the eastern provinces of Nigeria

geography of the eastern provinces of Nigeria

Labour report, 1944

Labour report, 1944

Storm drain 5 south plume response decision

Storm drain 5 south plume response decision

evidence of Christian experience

evidence of Christian experience

How to become a law stenographer

How to become a law stenographer

Clinical problem-based learning

Clinical problem-based learning

Empowered Judaism

Empowered Judaism

Little dog laughed (Ginn reading program)

Little dog laughed (Ginn reading program)

Law school admission test

Law school admission test

Dragon Ball Vol 15

Dragon Ball Vol 15

effects of various intrinsic factors on the texture of the cooked potato as affected by environmental conditions.

effects of various intrinsic factors on the texture of the cooked potato as affected by environmental conditions.

Agroforestry for soil conservation by Young, Anthony. Download PDF EPUB FB2

By these means, agroforestry can make a major contribution to sustainable land use. The previous edition of this book, entitled Agroforestry for Soil Conservation (), was based on indirect evidence from agriculture, forestry and soil science.

The present work provides a new synthesis, drawing on over published sources dating largely from the by: : Agroforestry for Soil Conservation (Science and Practice of Agroforestry ; 4) (): Young, Anthony: BooksCited by: The previous edition of this book, entitled Agroforestry for Soil Conservation (), was based on indirect evidence from agriculture, forestry and soil science.

The present work provides a new synthesis, drawing on over published sources dating largely from the s. Agroforestry is one of the most important land use system in which soil and water can be conserved at the same time specially, for small scale agriculture and hilly area.

Agroforestry play remarkable role in soil and water conservation. Planting trees on agricultural and non-agricultural lands was a usual practice mainly for southern : Zinabu Wolde. This book is a review of the potential of agroforestry for soil conservation, treated in its wider sense to include both control of erosion and maintenance of fertility.

The objectives are: To summarize the present state of knowledge on agroforestry in soil conservation, including. Narain P, Singh RK, Sindhwal RS, Joshie P () Agroforestry for soil and water conservation in the western Himalayan Valley Region of India.

Runoff, soil, and nutrient by: 6. The principles behind agroforestry are not new, they have been practised for as long as humans have been farming. Realising the full potential of integrating commercially managed trees into farming systems is, however, still a long way off.

This book introduces the theory of agroforestry. We look at practical management and design considerations. This book provides a review of both economic and biophysical aspects of soil use and research in agroforestry, with an emphasis on nutrient-poor forest and savanna soils.

Trees for Rural Australia Editor: K.W. Cremer, Soil conservation practices involve managing soil erosion and its counterpart process of sedimentation, reducing its negative impacts and exploiting the new opportunities it creates. Young () defined soil conservation as a combination of controlling erosion and maintaining soil fertility.

In the past the focus has often been on trying to keep the soil at its place by plot-level activities only. Soil conservation index has been developed to cater for soil disturbances. Agroforestry practices enhance soil conservation through conserving moisture and fertility. Soil conservation is largely equals to maintenance of soil fertility which requires control of erosion, maintenance of organic matter, soil physical properties, nutrients and.

Agroforestry is gaining increasing recognition as a way to combine sustained agricultural production and economic development with ecological conservation and land improvement. This publication contains a set of eight Agroforestry Guides that provide practical, user-friendly planning information for a variety of agroforestry practices in Pacific Islands.

Soil conservation refers to the maintenance of soil fertility and erosion control. Soil fertility maintenance in agroforestry systems is achieved through the addition of organic matter, typically. The Effects of Agroforestry on Soil and Water Conservation, Ethiopia: Agroforestry, soil and water conservation,organic carbon, infiltration, soil moisture Paperback – by Nebiyou Masebo (Author), Abdu Abdelkadir (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Price: $ Agroforestry for soil conservation (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. Agroforestry for soil conservation. @misc{etde_, title = {Soil productivity aspects of agroforestry} author = {Nair, P K.R.} abstractNote = {The booklet comprises 5 chapters: land-use systems related to agroforestry (shifting cultivation, taungya, woody perennial plantation crops, plantation forestry and multiple cropping); The role of trees in soil productivity and conservation; research results from some field examples.

This book is a review of the potential of agroforestry for soil conservation, treated in its wider sense to include both control of erosion and maintenance of fertility. The objectives are: 1.

To summarize the present state of knowledge on agroforestry in soil conservation, including both known capacity and apparent potential. Agroforestry For Soil Management 2nd Edition presents a synthesis of evidence from agriculture, forestry and soil science, drawing on over published sources dating largely from the s.

These include both results of field trials of agronomy systems, and research into the plant-soil processes which take place within them. The book is intended as a resource for undergraduate and graduate students in soil science, agronomy, environmental sciences, agricultural engineering, hydrology, and natural resource management.

a valuable reference manual for soil conservationists, extension agents, and environmental managers. provides an excellent introductory. The Overstory Book (2nd Edition) by Craig R.

Elevitch (editor) Cultivating Connections with Trees Whether in a small backyard or a larger farm or forest, trees are vital to the web of life. Protecting and planting trees can restore wildlife habitat, heal degraded land, conserve soil, protect watersheds, diversify farm or garden products, beautify landscapes, and enhance the economic and.

Book Description LAP Lambert Academic Publishing JunTaschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Agroforestry is one of the most important land use system in which soil and water can be conserved at the same time specially, for small scale agriculture and hilly area. Agroforestry play remarkable role in soil and water Range: $ - $.

This book series analyzes current agricultural issues, and proposes alternative solutions, consequently helping all scientists, decision-makers, professors, farmers and politicians wishing to build safe agriculture, energy and food systems for future cturer: Springer.Agroforestry, the practice of growing trees in crop farming provides sustainable farm inputs, improves soil conservation, sequesters carbon, and increases the biodiversity and soil health.

The trees involved in agroforestry are multipurpose utility such as for shade. of soil conservation benefits of agroforestry. Stage 1 quantifies the relationship between soil conservation, agroforestry, and soil quality.

In Stage 2, the effects of changes in soil quality on individual household agricultural production are estimated.

Finally, in Stage 3 these changes in production are valued at net market Size: 88KB.