3 edition of Integrated crop and land management in the hilly terrains of Central America found in the catalog.
Integrated crop and land management in the hilly terrains of Central America
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
|Statement||by Richard Barber.|
|Series||Integrated crop management -- vol. 2., Integrated crop management (Rome, Italy) -- vol. 2.|
|Contributions||Barber, Richard G., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Crop and Grassland Service., Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Soil Resources, Management, and Conservation Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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FAO, Cited by: 7. Get this from a library. Land and crop management in the hilly terrains of Central America: lessons learned and farmer-to-farmer transfer of technologies. [Richard G Barber].
The present guideline refers to the implementation of “Integrated Crop and Land Management: in the Hilly Terrains of Central America: concepts, strategies and technical options” which is the subject of a first document published in the “Plant Production and Protection Division, Integrated Crop Management” series, devoted to farmers’ experience gained in the Central America region.
Barber, R. () Land and crop management in the hilly terrains of Central America: Lessons learned and farmer-to-farmer transfer of technologies. FAO Soil Bulletin Rome, Italy.
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Component. Aim. Minimum tillage and soil conservation techniques: Low-cost maintenance of soil structure and fertility: Use of nitrogen-fixing plants, green manures and agro.
Integrated Crop Management (ICM) is a common sense approach to farming. It combines the best of traditional methods with appropriate modern technology, balancing the economicFile Size: KB. of crop production and land management, but also promotes a mindset change for producing ‘more from less’, annual rate of some 10 million hectares of cropland.
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10 For example, "New concepts and approaches to land management in the tropics, with emphasis on steeplands" and "Land and crop management in the hilly terrains of Central America", FAO Soils. The environment has blessed Central America with some of the best land anywhere on earth.
Central America's pacific coastal plain, for example, is ideal for growing cotton. The ecological consequences of growing cotton, however, are quite by: Sum of land under temporary crops (double-cropped areas are counted only once), temporary meadows for mowing or pasture, land under market and kitchen gardens and land temporarily fallow (land abandoned for less than five years, or as a result of shifting cultivation, is not included in this category.) plus land cultivated with crops that occupy the land for long periods and need not be.
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Integrated Farming (IF) is a whole farm management system which aims to deliver more sustainable agriculture. It refers to agricultural systems that integrate livestock and crop production. Integrated farming systems has revolutionized conventional farming of livestock, aquaculture, horticulture, agro-industry and allied activities.
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management of other areas will vary depending on what is current-ly there. In summary, even though your goal may be financial, studies indi-cate that new crop management methods increase your overhead while helping wildlife. Indeed, crop - land management can be both ben - eficial to the landowner and to wildlife.
The following chapters in. Introduction to Crop Production Management. (Central America) 1 ACRE = sq. meters = sq. yards = 43, sq. ft. = distances, especially under mountainous or hilly terrain. The dryland farmer is keenly aware of his area's seasonal rainfall distribution and the.In Seeing Like a State, Scott explores how attempts to radically transform and improve the human condition have failed.
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