3 edition of Tree improvement of multipurpose species found in the catalog.
Tree improvement of multipurpose species
by Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development in Arlington, VA
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Nancy Glover and Norman Adams.|
|Series||Multipurpose tree species network technical series -- vol. 2.|
|Contributions||Glover, Nancy, 1953-, Adams, Norma, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||SB172 .T74 1990, SB172 .T74 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||90012781|
The book's core is an A-Z directory of of the world's most popular and beautiful timbers. Growth and distribution, appearance, mechanical and working properties, and applications are listed, with each wood superbly illustrated in color/5(18). Fodder trees require little land, labor or capital but are knowledge-intensive. • In East Africa, about 40–50% of fodder tree planters are women. • Fodder trees reduce the cost of meeting dairy cows’ protein requirements. • Key challenges constraining uptake are limited suitable species, seed and by:
Multi-purpose trees which give many ben-efits such as fodder, timber, firewood, agroforestry, the right species needs to be planted in the right place In this high mountain area, The benefits of extra production and soil improvement from agroforestry are the result of cycling. This cycle needs toFile Size: 1MB. Tree improvement increases the value of a tree species by 1) selecting the most desirable trees from natural stands or plantations, 2) breeding or mating these select trees and 3) testing the resulting progeny.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tree improvement of multipurpose species. Arlington, VA: Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, Multipurpose tree species for small-farm use in Nepal Maheshwar Sapkota 48 Multipurpose trees for small-farm use in the central plain of Thailand Suree Bhumibhamon 53 Multipurpose trees for small farmers in India Narayan G.
Hegde 56 A new farming system. Species Printed References For a concise summary of information about a multipurpose tree or shrub species, order Tree improvement of multipurpose species book copies from FACT Net (see Organizations). Many available in Spanish, French, Indonesian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Khmer.
These books promote the growing and planting of trees and cover all stages from genetic selection. Kadam - its prospects as multipurpose tree under agroforestry systems/M.S. Haque and S. Kannapiran. Performance of multipurpose tree species under various agroforestry systems under Semiarid conditions/A.S.
Gill. Influence of faidherbia albida on growth and yield of short duration pulses/ha and G.R. Korwar. Breeding strategies, methods and prospects for genetic improvement of multipurpose trees are examined.
Despite important differences in ideotype, management and manipulation between industrial timber trees and non-industrial multi-purpose trees, much Cited by: 5. IV Planting Tree Crops Order V Soil Fertility Management Order Publisher: World Neighbors, Oklahoma City, OK.
This series of five booklets (30 to 40 pages each) is useful for agroforestry and soil improvement in dryland areas. Each booklet contains simple drawings and is easy to read. Available from ECHO (see Book Sources).
Tree Improvement Tree improvement, or as it is often referred to as genetic improvement, is the process of improving the genetic quality of a tree species.
Our forest trees are still genetically close to their wild state in their natural range. is an important pre-requisite for the introduction of multipurpose trees for agroforestry. There are nurseries at the taluka level, but farmers find it difficult to transport the. Tree species can be multipurpose in two ways: A single tree can yield more than one crop.
For example, farmers in Central America and the Philippines grow Gliricidia sepium as living fences that provide fuel, fodder, and green manure for agricultural crops — all at the same time. A multipurpose tree must be able to adapt to the area's climate, soil, topography, and plant and animal life.
This is especially important for exotic species, that is, species introduced from outside the project area or from outside the country. Needs of farmers. The species should meet the needs of farm families.
species were obtained in from the program of multipurpose tree germplasm (Burley, 1 ) initiated bye the Oxford Fo restry Institute, UK. The native species seeds were collected fro m the. Multipurpose tree species of Eastern India with special reference to NTFP's/B.S. Chandrashekar.
Web enabled computerized databases on multipurpose trees in Indian agroforestry: a holistic approach for information dissemination/Ajit, P. Rai, A.K. Handa, Sudhakar Choudhari, Y.V. Introduction to Forest Genetics examines some of the basic genetic concepts typically used in forestry and tree improvement studies, including Mendelian and population genetics.
It also describes techniques that are generally useful in tree improvement work, including individual tree selection and breeding, provenance testing, species and. Indigenous Multipurpose Trees of Tanzania: Uses and Economic Benefits for People UI 1 Mt-Acacia lahai This document is a working paper.
It documents information forming part of a larger study and informs interested persons about work in progress. It is made available in limit number for comment and discussion. Indigenous Multipurpose Trees of File Size: 6MB. Multipurpose tree species in the forest nurseries of southern Tamil Nadu 70 already degraded areas.
The benefits of agroforestry includes the amelioration of soil chemical and physical properties, the reduction of soil erosion, improved weed control and increased.
Get this from a library. Increasing productivity of multipurpose tree species: a blueprint for action: IUFRO planning workshop for Asia, JulyKandy, Sri Lanka. [Keith R Shea; L W Carlson; United States. Forest Service.; International Union of Forestry Research Organizations.;].
Multipurpose Trees for Agroforestry in the Pacific Islands Introduction This guide provides an introduction to Pacific Island agroforestry for extension agents and growers. Species and systems that are time-tested and successful in the Pacific Island region are examined as a foundation for future Size: KB.
FAO () Selection and genetic improvement of indigenous and exotic multipurpose woody species; including seed collection, handling, storage and exchange. IUFRO Research Planning Workshop for Africa (Sahelian and North Sudanian Zones) ‘Increasing Productivity of Multipurpose Lands’, held in Nairobi, Kenya 9–Cited by: Tree improvement of multipurpose species Nancy Glover, Norma Adams Nitrogen Fixing & Multipurpose Tree Species for Afforestation (Recent M.
Singh2 books P. Von Carlowitz, 2 books M. Shiva, 1 book Regional Workshop on Multipurpose Trees (8th Kandy, Sri Lanka), 1 book Kenneth G. MacDicken. Dataset Abstract/Summary The Multipurpose Tree and Shrub Database (MPTS) held by the International Council for Research in Agroforestry, is a user-friendly computing tool developed for the retrieval of detailed information on multipurpose tree and shrub database comes with software that allows the user to browse species or create parameters for the selection of species based on.
Promising agroforestry tree species in India these important multipurpose tree species to be promoted under agroforestry. for each species is also included. This book is an example of the.LEGUMES AND THEIR USE about genera species of herbs, shrubs, trees, and climbers.
This large identified as useful multipurpose species, and these are being introduced through agroforestry, soil restoration, and erosion control programs in many countries.AGROFORESTRY PRINCIPLES By Dr. Franklin Martin and Scott Sherman, Revised and updated by Dr. Tim Motis, •Protection and improvement of soil (especially when legumes are included) and water sources.
large trees are not key components of most agroforestry Size: 1MB.