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Economic analysis of soil productivity in bush/fallow farming systems, North Kordofan, Sudan
Mohamed Mahmoud Elhanan
Written in English
|Statement||by Mohamed Mahmoud Elhanan.|
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|Pagination||xv, 197 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||197|
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Empirical support for this generaliza- tion is provided by two-way frequency tables using our data set from Sub-Saharan Africa. Figure presents the positive relation between population density and farming intensity. Forest-fallow and bush-fallow systems are pre- dominant where population density is sparse-where there are fewer Figure It contains a description of the world’s plant gum exudates: their sources, distribution, properties, and applications. It also includes many traditional and nontraditional uses of exudates that have been developed in our laboratory and many other hydrocolloid research and .
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Chapter One— Production and Reproduction in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Overview of Organizing Principles Ron Lesthaeghe Introduction. As the survival of any society hinges on (1) the technological adaptation to a given environment, (2) the demographic balance between births, deaths, and migration streams, and (3) the economic principles governing production and distribution, it is proper that.
This study was conducted during and in North and South Kordofan States with objectives of (1) to identify and assess the most important agroforestry systems, (2) to characterize major.
Bush-fallow system in North Kordofan State, Sudan (Source: Elhadi, ) Major crops cultivated in the bush-fallow system and their areas in North Kordofan State, Sudan Gum Arabic Production Costs.
Farming systems concept 20 Farming systems research orientation 22 tillage systems on soil and water loss, grain yield and tons of soil lost per ton of grain produced 53 Alternatives to shifting cultivation and bush fallow systems IMPROVED PERMANENT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO.
The purpose of natural fallow in bush-fallow cultivaton systems is to improve soil fertility following a phase of cultivation and to provide useful forest products, including livestock feed.
When natural fallow fails to serve these purposes, it can be supplemented or replaced by planted by: PDF | This study was conducted in Eltemada, Boli and Umghoghai villages at Babanosa area in El-salam locality, South Kordofan State during and | Find, read and cite all the research you.
This paper examines the extent to which the economic gains derived from gum and resin commercialization impact rural livelihood improvement under different resource management regimes in the drylands of Ethiopia and Sudan.
Primary data were collected through semi-structured interviews with randomly selected small-scale producers in four regions with gradients of resource management Cited by: A.
Sidahmed. INTRODUCTION. The role of more than one billion head of sheep and half a billion head of goats in the world has attracted considerable attention in recent years (e.g.
Oltenaca et al, Qureshi, ).Most emphasis is directed towards assessing the potential of small ruminants in developing countries (Devendra, ; McDowall, ; Winrock International, a). The production of maize (Zea mays L.), guinea corn (Sorghum vulgare L.) and groundnuts (Arachis hypogea L.) grown in pots on soils sampled under neem (Azadiracta indica A.
Juss), Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh, and Prosopis juliflora Swartz, plantations in the Sahel region of Nigeria was investigated. Ordinary field soil adjacent to the plantation formed the control against which forest and Cited by: 1.
Introduction. In the Sahelian zone of West Africa, ongoing land degradation and the resultant loss of the soil's productive capacity constitute a major concern to the local populations and the international community alike Bielders et al.,Sivakumar et al.,Sterk and Haigis, Among the land degradation processes, wind erosion is regarded as a major contributor in this region Cited by: Since humans worldwide obtain more than % of their food (calories) from the land and less than % from the oceans and aquatic ecosystems, preserving cropland and maintaining soil fertility should be of the highest importance to human welfare.
Soil erosion is one of the most serious threats facing world food production. Each year about 10 million ha of cropland are lost due to soil Cited by: Situation analysis.
Background. Policy Framework. Sudan Forests’ Policies and Strategies. Challenges. The international policy on forestry sector.
Land Acts and land Tenure Systems of the Traditional Rain-fed Farming in Sudan. Forests in the rainfed sector: Possibilities, Tribulations and Opportunities. Forestry and. Sugihara, S., Shibata, M., Mvondo Ze, A.D. et al. Forest understories controlled the soil organic carbon stock during the fallow period in African tropical forest: a 13 C by: 1.
Acacia senegal is grown in agroforestry systems in the Sudan in "gum gardens' for gum as well as to restore soil fertility. Five-year-old trees are ready for tapping, and production peaks between 7 and 15 years.
In Sudan, a traditional bush-fallow system is followed with a year rotation during which time Acacia senegal is grown for 15 years.
survey natural and socio-economic conditions that influence production systems in the area with the view to identify farmer-preceived other constraints in the existing farming system; identify farmers' priorities or solutions for the constraints and their 'best bets' development options.
Recent collection efforts between and resulted in the collection of more than accessions from North Kordofan, South Kordofan, Northern, River Nile, Red Sea, White Nile and Blue Nile states with variable plant and fruit characters.
Onion (Allium cepa) is a very important vegetable crop produced almost all over the Sudan. This study was conducted in North Kordofan State, Sudan in four localities, Sheikan, Umruwaba, Ennuhud and Ghibaish, and covered two consecutive cropping seasons (/08 and /09). The area is characterised by production of both cash and food crops as.
Taking Tree-based Ecosystem Approaches to Scale: Evidence of drivers and impacts on food security, climate change resilience and carbon sequestration.
Types of farming systems at TBEA sites. Lungu, O.I. and Chinene, V.R.N. Cropping and soil management systems and their effect on soil productivity in Zambia. Ecology and Development Programme. Agricultural University of Norway, As. Lwoga, C. Bureaucrats, peasants and land rights: a village's struggle for self-determination.
UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI TROPICAL FORESTRY REPORTS 31 PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ACTORS IN FOREST-SECTOR DEVELOPMENT Options for dryland Africa based on experiences from Sudan With case studies on Laos, Nepal, Vietnam, Kenya, Mozambique and Tanzania.
Full text of "Permaculture: Agroforestry-A Decade of Development" See other formats.Farming systems in drylands 17 Introduction SOC in relation to fallow and cultivation history in fields in Northern Kordofan Province in the Sudan 77 Main benefits of The processes of plant productivity, soil degradation and CS are closely linked.5/5(1).Full text of "African systems of kinship and marriage" See other formats.