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Research on multipurpose tree species in Asia

Research on multipurpose tree species in Asia

proceedings of an international workshop held November 19-23, 1990 in Los Baños, Philippines

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Published by Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development in [Arlington, VA] .
Written in English

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  • Asia
    • Subjects:
    • Multipurpose trees -- Asia -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementeditors, David A. Taylor, Kenneth G. MacDicken ; co-sponsors, International Foundation for Science, Forestry/Fuelwood Research and Development (F/FRED) Project.
      ContributionsTaylor, David A., 1961-, MacDicken, Kenneth G., International Foundation for Science., Forestry/Fuelwood Research and Development Project.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB172.5.A78 R47 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 259 p. :
      Number of Pages259
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1539653M
      ISBN 100933595441
      LC Control Number91018198

        This book is an extensive revision and enlargement of a publication Multipurpose Australian trees and shrubs: lesser-known species for fuelwood and agroforestry. It is intended as a reference text for all those concerned with selecting and growing trees and shrubs in rural areas of developing countries and in the more tropical parts of Cited by: 5. Tropical Forest Insect Pests, first published in , promotes a better theoretical understanding of pest population dynamics, and causes of forest insect outbreaks in the tropics. Covering pests of both natural forests and plantations, it examines the diversity of tropical forest insects; their ecological functions; the concept of pests; and Cited by: Artocarpus lacucha, also known as monkey fruit, or Monkey Jack or barhar (Hindi:बरहङ), badahar (Nepali:बडहर) or dewa (Assamese: ডেৱা, Bengali: ডেউয়া) or bohot (Assamese: বহঁত) or Heirikokthong (Meeteilon:ꯍꯩꯔꯤꯀꯣꯛꯊꯣꯡ) and 'Taat' in Thadou-Kuki language of Northeast India, is a tropical evergreen tree species of the family : Moraceae. Chiefs and trees: Tenures and incentives in the management and use of two multipurpose tree species in agroforestry parklands in Northern Ghana. Society & Natural Resources 24(10): .


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Promising agroforestry tree species in India these important multipurpose Research on multipurpose tree species in Asia book species to be promoted under agroforestry. for each species is also included. This book is an example of the. A study was carried out for 10 years () in Meghalaya, India, involving seven multipurpose tree species, viz.

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The FACT net is a resource for information on both nitrogen-fixing and non-N-fixing multipurpose trees. They offer a technical advisory service for people with questions about the species, maintain worldwide seed source directories, and produce "FACT Sheets" (6/year) on various species and research reports, among other publications.

Get this from a library. Multipurpose tree species research for small farms: strategies and methods: proceedings of an international conference held Novemberin Jakarta, Indonesia.

[Christine Haugen; Lee Medema; Celso B Lantican; Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development.; International Development Research Centre (Canada); Indonesia. Multipurpose tree species for small-farm use Not In Library.

Multipurpose Trees P. Huxley Not In Library. Tropical Tree Seed Research (Aciar Proceedings) J. Turnbull Not In Library. Domestication of agroforestry trees in Southeast Asia2 books P.

Von Carlowitz, 2 books M. Shiva, 1 book Regional Workshop on Multipurpose Trees. @article{osti_, title = {Village agroforestry systems and tree-use practices: A case study in Sri Lanka. Multipurpose tree species network research series}, author = {Wickramasinghe, A.}, abstractNote = {Village agroforestry systems in Sri Lanka have evolved through farmers' efforts to meet their survival needs.

The paper examines farmers' land-use systems and their perceptions of the. Madamba JC () Multipurpose Tree Species as components of Agroforestry Systems in Asia.

IUFRO Planning Workshop for Asia on Research and Technology Transfer Kandy, Sri Lanka, Massal E and Barrau J () Food Plants of the South Sea by:   Conversion of degraded cropland to tree plantations for ecosystem and livelihood benefits.

In Cotton, Water, Salts and Soums: Economic and Ecological Restructuring in Khorezm, Uzbekistan (Vol. pp. ).Cited by: The National Agroforestry Policy adopted by India also identified these important multipurpose tree species to be promoted under agroforestry.

In this publication, in addition to those 20 species, we have identified five more important agroforestry tree species based on their usefulness as multipurpose trees that provide timber, fuel, fodder. It is even mentioned in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s fastest growing tree.

On good sites it can attain a height of 7 m in just over a year. Albizia is a large tree that can grow up to 40 m Research on multipurpose tree species in Asia book with the first branch at a height of up to 20 m.

The tree can grow to cm or sometimes more in diameter, with a spreading flat crown. Farm, Community, and Tree Network research journals, conference proceedings, field and training manuals.

Agroforestry Species and Technologies. Roshetko, J.M. A compilation of the highlights and factsheets published by NFTA and FACT Net Albizia and Paraserianthes Production and Use: A Field Manual.

Roshetko, J.M. Other African and Arabian Moringa species, from their botany, to their chemical and pharmacological profiles are also included. Drawing on the author’s latest research and the most current literature in the field, this book is an invaluable guide for researchers in medicinal chemistry, herbal medicine, drug discovery/development, and plant.

outside the Pacific Islands on the basis of exotic species. Rather, it should be multi-species agroforestry (MSA) based firmly on the many time-tested agrofor-estry species that already exist in the Pacific Islands, strengthened, where appro-priate, with some new introduced trees and technologies.

The protection andFile Size: KB. We felt there was a need to consolidate this research-based knowledge about each tree species, selected by us, at one place in this book.

While the species covered here are arranged in an alphabetical order, each one of them is given a Chapter number for ease of reference. And, for each species, the coverage goes from its botanical characters.

Research today into the domestication and performance of hundreds of agroforestry tree species is accompanying efforts to see the results of our research reach more people.

The starting point for this is the tree, and the starting point for the tree is the nursery. A great deal has been published about tree nurseries, but it concentrates on commer-File Size: KB. The Organisation of Small-Scale Tree Nurseries Box Summary of Survey Findings on Farmers' Tree Seedling Practices in Kenya Box Tree Cultivation on Private Land in the Village of Suri, Dolakha District, Nepal Box External Factors which have Commonly Determined Species raised in Rural Development Programmes This book is the sixth volume in the series on agroforestry research and practice started in by Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development and Oxford & IBH Publishing, India.

Part I of the book 'Introduction' (pp. ) gives an overview of the use of multipurpose trees in environmental protection, for the rehabilitation. Abstract, Agroforestry or growing trees in combination with agricultural crops is an age-old practice, especially in Asia andtoday, stands at the forefront of global efforts in promoting research and education in agroforestry.

Agroforestry systems, in addition to the economic and other benefits, also provide environmental services leading to resilience of agriculture. such species introduced from tropical Americas and Asia. These introduced species, including Banana, Citrus spp, Mango, Papaya, and Pineapple among others (Table 3) have also constituted bulk of international trade on tropical fresh fruit produce and processed fruit products.

These and other adapted exotic tropical fruit cropsFile Size: 2MB. research cooperation should include due attention to information and enhancing research priority SAFORGEN Food Tree Species Network (Sub Saharan Africa) SAVERNET South Asia Vegetable Research Network (AVRDC) A major research thrust worldwide is now focused on multipurpose trees and shrubs for shade, food, fodder and other uses and their.

Research topics cover the area of the potential of agroforestry for biodiversity conservation, genetic diversity of agroforestry tree species, adoption of agroforestry systems etc. He was a leader or team member of several development projects in Peru, Vietnam and Kyrgyzstan with the main focus on implementation of agroforestry systems among.

Agroforestry for increased productivity, sustainability and poverty alleviation. Abstract This book is a very large compilation of information on agroforestry, addressed in particular to farmers, NGOs, foresters and all others who are interested in increasing tree planting on farmland, and set-aside lands on.

The Multipurpose Tree Species Research Network in Asia produced the manual with support from a number of national and international agencies in the region. This Network consisted of a group of scientists and institutions in Asia who had the shared goal of improving the production of trees that meet the needs of small-farm households.

Celtis australis: a multipurpose tree crop in India. Asia-Pacific Agroforestry Newsletter, ; (35): [42] Singh B, Uniyal AK, Bhatt BP, and Prasad P. Altitudinal variation in seed characteristics of Celtis australis L.

Forests, Trees & Livelihoods, ; [43]. Ghosh, P. et al., (), Acidissimin, a New Tyramine Derivative from the Fruit of Limonia acidissima, Journal of Natural Products, 52(6), Ilango, K.

and Chitra, V., (), Wound Healing and Anti-oxidant Activities of the Fruit Pulp of Limonia acidissima Linn (Rutaceae) in Rats, Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 9(3), National Agriculture and Resources Research and Development Network (NARRDN).

This volume specifically discusses agroforestry and multipurpose trees and shrubs (MPTS). PCARRD hopes that the information contained in this book shall pave the way to more focused R&D work on this commodity.

Evaluation of young multipurpose tree species in North Bihar, India. Nitrogen Fixing Tree Research Reports Vol.9 pp ref.2 South Asia south asia Cited by: 1. Middle-Asian Forestry Research Institute (MAFRI) () State forestry committee under the cabinet of ministers of the USSR.

Recommendations on growing tree plantations of valuable deciduous, coniferous and fruit species on salt-affected land in the Golodnaya Steppe, Khorezm and Ferghana Valley, Tashkent Google ScholarCited by:   Silk tree, or mimosa, is a beautiful small tree from E.

Asia. It is hardy through USDA Zone 6 through the tropics, and likes semi-arid to humid conditions. Throughout the lowlands and highland tropics, Albizia species are important agroforestry crops.

This one is for us. Silk tree fixes nitrogen and resprouts : Eric Toensmeier. Neem (Azadirachta ) is a multipurpose agroforestry tree that is well adapted to a wide range of climatic and soil conditions and has gained worldwide recognition for its pharmaceutical and pesticidal world's largest pure Neem plantations are available in the plains of Arafat, Saudi Arabia wh thousands Neem trees were planted to provide shade from the.

Ho, Pham-Hoang (undated): Botanical Book (In Vietnamese). Hundley, H.G. and U Chit Ko Ko (): List of Trees, Schrubs, Herbs and Principal Climbers, etc. Recorded from Burma with Vernacular Names. Forest Department, Burma. Kerala Forest Research Institute (): Dipterocarps of South Asia.

RAPA Monograph /4. Research on Multipurpose Tree Species in Asia / David Conrad A. Taylor (Editor) / Role of Women's Traditional Savings and Credit Cooperatives in Small-Farm Development / Noble J. Nweze / Increasing Rice Output through Tractor Use in.

This easy-to-use App shows you data on the distribution of indigenous tree species in d. Read More. the introduction and evaluation of multipurpose trees for agroforestry. Back. Year. Authors. Wood P J, Burley J research is often required on the MPT species. It may be possible to save time by testing a species in light of the.

Source: Boffa,Biophysical Factors in Parkland Management: Parkland tree species. Planting crops alongside the trees is also attractive because the leaves fall at the same time as when farmers plant seeds, which is at the beginning of the rainy season, and nitrogen and other nutrients are released when the growing crops need them most (Hines & Eckman).

The crops and trees also do not. The growth performance, rooting behaviour and distribution of fine roots of 5 tree species viz., Bauhinia purpurea, Grewia optiva, eucalyptus, leucaena and Ougeinia oojeinensis (Papilionaceae) were studied in Uttar Pradesh, India.

Roots were exposed at the time of planting, 6, 16 and 28 months after planting. The total root weight and root volume were highest in eucalyptus and lowest in by: Pinus densiflora (Korean red pine) is widely distributed in East Asia and considered one of the most important species in Korea.

In this study, the complete chloroplast genome of P. densiflora was sequenced by combining the advantages of Oxford Nanopore MinION and Illumina MiSeq. The sequenced genome was then compared with that of a previously published conifer plastome. It is an indigenous multipurpose tree species, naturally distributed in Sikkim Himalayas, North Bengal, upper Assam, Khasi hills of Orissa, Deccan and Westran Ghats at altitudes of - m [1] [2].

This species is an excellent raw material for wood based industries like paper and plywood due to its increased pulp recovery and strength [2].Cited by: 5. ABSTRACT: Melia dubia Cav. of family Meliaceae is a fast growing, high value tree pdf native to India.

Isolating DNA from matured dried leaves of M. dubia was difficult due to accumulation of secondary metabolites, majorly polyphenolics, which resulted in dark brown to black colour of the pellet.Canarium resiniferum is an economically and download pdf important native threatened tree species of Bangladesh.

In natural condition - % seeds do not germinate due to seed predation. A study was conducted in the Seed Research Laboratory and nursery of Institute of Forestry and Environmental Sciences Chittagong University, Bangladesh in to find out appropriate pre-sowing Author: G.N.

Tanjina Hasnat, Mohammed Kamal Hossain, Mohammed Kalimuddin Bhuyian, Mohammed Shafiul Alam, Md.Challenges to biodiversity conservation ebook sustainable development.

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