4 edition of Multiple cropping in the humid tropics of Asia found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Humid tropics of Asia.|
|Statement||A.A. Gomez and K.A. Gomez.|
|Series||IDRC ;, 176e, IDRC (Series) ;, 176e.|
|Contributions||Gomez, Kwanchai A.|
|LC Classifications||S603.7 .G66 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||83148027|
Guide for field crops in the tropics and the subtropics / (Washington, D.C.: Office of Agriculture, Technical Assistance Bureau, Agency for International Development, ), by Samuel C. Litzenberger and United States. Agency for International Development. Office of Agriculture (page images at HathiTrust) Vegetables for the hot, humid tropics. Shifting cultivation (slash and burn agriculture) is a traditional cropping system that was once widely practiced throughout the humid tropics. Due to increasing population pressure on land, the system is now mainly confined to the dense forest areas of the Amazon Basin, Central and West Africa, and Southeast Asia.
Ricardo Romero of Las Cañadas in perennial staple food forest featuring peach palm, macadamia, air potato, banana, and perennial beans. Perennial Staple Crops are basic foodstuffs that grow on perennial plant sources of protein, carbohydrates, and fats can be harvested non-destructively – that is, harvest does not kill the plant or prevent future : Eric Toensmeier. The ICRISAT Village Level Studies were initiated to enhance the availability of reliable household, individual and field-specific, high-frequency time-seriesdata in purposively selected villages in the semi-arid and humid tropics of South Asia.
Other papers. The dynamics of the shifting cultivation, rural poor, cattle complex on marginal lands in the humid tropics Considerations of social, economic, institutional, and legal aspects of agro-forestry in Venezuela Observations on indigenous and modern agro-forestry activities in west Africa. Written by Doug Crouch Tropical regions have long been subjugated to sweeping powers and adjusting cultures from colonial rule. In a time when mustard seeds and mediterranean herbs were all food was spiced with, explorers from Europe set out to establish new markets and exchange exotic things. From these exploratory missions, diseases were spread, steel was.
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Multiple cropping in the humid tropics of Asia. Ottawa, Canada: International Development Research Centre, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Arturo A Gomez; Kwanchai A Gomez.
Multiple cropping, or growing of several crops on the same land, is an old practice for crop production in the humid tropics. It is used by subsistence farmers to increase diversity of their product and stability of their annual farm output.
With the rapid increase in a farm population and shortage of new lands for cultivation, however, multiple cropping is considered an excellent strategy for Cited by: Multiple cropping in the humid tropics of Asia.
Book: Multiple cropping in the humid tropics of Asia. pppp. refpp. of Abstract: Intended for practising and prospective agricultural research workers and rural development workers, this survey of current research is Cited by: Home; This edition;English, French, Spanish, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Multiple cropping in the humid tropics of Asia / A.A.
Gomez and. 6, mm or more are not uncommon. In general, seasons in the humid tropics are determined by variations in rainfall, not temperature.
Most areas experience no more than 4 months with less than mm of precipitation per year. Suggested Citation:"References."National Research Council. Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment in the Humid gton, DC: The National.
This work provides information relevant to the nitrogen (N) management strategy of multiple cropping in upland systems in the humid tropics of the transmigration areas of Sumatra, Indonesia.
The experiment was conducted on a red yellow podzolic (orthoxic palehumult) soil at Kota Bumi in Lampung Province, Indonesia, where the annual rainfall of Cited by: In India, the rice-based cropping system is a major food production system with rice as the first food crop.
The cereal-based cropping system is low-yielding and highly nutrient exhaustive resulting in the declining of soil fertility.
Summer/pre kharif fallowing leaves on the land fallow for entire season and production of the cropping system is : Uppu Sai Sravan, Koti Venkata Ramana Murthy.
MULTIPLE-CROPPING SYSTEMS Table I Definitions and Terminology in Common Usage with Multiple-Cropping Systems" 3 Miiltiple cropping: the intensification of cropping in temporal and spatial dimensions; growing two or more crops on the same field in one year Seqiienticil cropping: growing two or more crops in sequence on the same field per year Cited by: Eric Toensmeier is the award-winning author of Paradise Lot and Perennial Vegetables, and the co-author of Edible Forest Gardens as well as a contributor for is an appointed lecturer at Yale University, and an international trainer, presenting in English and Spanish in the US, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, and the Caribbean.
Multiple cropping in Asia is often built around a summer (or wet season) crop of rice. This rice is grown in (a) irrigated or rainfed paddies where the water can be impounded, or (b) under upland conditions where water is not impounded.2 On paddy land, the first or summer crop is nearly always rice.
Tropical agricultural systems. While a number of major agricultural systems have been identified in the humid tropics with which cattle are associated (see Beets, ; FAO, a; McDowell and Hildebrand, ; Ruthenberg, ; Spedding, ) this book is concerned only with the perennial crop cultivation (see Table 1), plantation or tree crop farming system (see Figure 1), and.
Gomez AA, Gomez KA () Multiple cropping in the humid tropics of Asia. Ottawa 32p Google Scholar Hao W () Control effect of tomato and Author: Samiha A. Ouda, Abd El-Hafeez Zohry. Abstract Intercropping is practiced throughout the tropics (and these days even in temperate climates, particularly including trees) with a range of different combinations of crops (including tree.
AduCyarnfi, K. Katayama, J. Kumar Rao and T. Rego (Eds.), Dynamics of Roots and Nitrogen in Cropping Systems of the Semi-Arid Tropics. 0Japan International Research Center for File Size: 3MB. Conservation agriculture cropping systems in temperate and tropical conditions, performances and impacts.
A review Article (PDF Available) in Agronomy for Sustainable Development 33(1) Getahun, A. () Alley Cropping in the Humid and Subhumid Tropics.
State of the Art and Recommendations. Agroforestry Project Report. IITA, Ibadan, Nigeria. Guevara, A.B. () Management of Leucaena leucocephala for maximum yield and nitrogen contribution to intercropped corn. PhD thesis, University of Hawaii, USA.
[Microclimate modification in multiple cropping in tropical regions.] In: Wolf JN (Ed.), Influence du climat sur la production des cultures tropicales (Influence of the climate on the production of tropical crops), IFS/CTA, Stockholm, Sweden, pp – Baldy C, Stigter CJ () Agrometeorology of multiple cropping in warm climates.
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The most productive systems are concentrated in temperate zones of Europe, followed by Northern America, and rain-fed systems in the subtropics and humid tropics.
Rain-fed cropping in highland areas and the dry tropics tend to be relatively low- yielding, and is often associated with subsistence farming : R. Adam Dastrup, Ma, Gisp. Double Cropping and Interplanting January - February TITLE: Double Cropping and Interplanting AUTHOR: Mary V.
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