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Published by Agriculture Pub. House in Hanoi .
Written in English

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StatementVu Biet Linh, Nguyen Ngoc Binh.
ContributionsNguyen, Ngoc Binh.
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Pagination156 p. :
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL652272M
LC Control Number96949313

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Agroforestry practices in Vietnam (Working paper) Unknown Binding – January 1, by Trong Cuc Le (Author)Author: Trong Cuc Le. A review of the status of agroforestry in Vietnam1 Pham Thi Sen2, Northern Mountainous Agriculture and Forestry Science Institute (NOMAFSI) 1. Introduction to Vietnam Diversity in ecological, climatic, topographical and land features Vietnam is located in the Indochinese peninsula, borders China to the north, Laos to the. Agroforestry has been practiced for a long time in Vietnam. In this study, the cost-benefit was analyzed in four agroforestry systems, which have been widely established in north mountainous. 2 days ago  Agroforestry Systems is an international scientific journal that publishes results of novel, high impact original research, critical reviews and short communications on any aspect of agroforestry. The journal particularly encourages contributions that demonstrate the role of agroforestry in providing commodity as well non-commodity benefits such as ecosystem services.

A book consolidating the descriptive results of a pantropical project called 'Agroforestry Systems Inventory' (AFSI) undertaken by ICRAF from to , and designed to collect systematically, collate, synthesize and disseminate information on existing agroforestry systems in developing countries. Some of the major results of the project - descriptions of existing agroforestry systems (as. The principles behind agroforestry are not new, they have been practised for as long as humans have been farming. Realising the full potential of integrating commercially managed trees into farming systems is, however, still a long way off. This book introduces the theory of agroforestry. We look at practical management and design considerations. World Agroforestry works throughout the Global South with footprints in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Our activities span over 44 countries in six regions. Each office oversees, plans, coordinates and supports initiatives within their region, and maintains liaisons and partnerships with governments, development partners, learning institutions. Agroforestry in Sustainable Agricultural Systems examines the environmental and social conditions that affect the roles and performance of trees in field- and forest-based agricultural production systems. Various types of ecological settings for agroforestry are analyzed within temperate and tropical regions.

There are three artibutes which all agroforestry systems possess, these are- 1. Produ ctivity 2. Sus tainability 3. Adap tability 1. Productivity: most, if not all, Agroforestry systems aim to maintain or increase production (of preferred commodities) as well as productivity (of the land). Agroforestry can improve productivity in many different.   In Vietnam, agroforestry has been practised for a long time, however, its widespread adoption remains limited owing to a range of factors. Building on previous work to address barriers to adoption, a workshop was held on 5 April in Hanoi, in which participants agreed that a long-term strategy for the development of agroforestry throughout. Agroforestry, cultivation and use of trees and shrubs with crops and livestock in agricultural systems. Agroforestry seeks positive interactions between its components, aiming to achieve a more ecologically diverse and socially productive output from the land than is possible through conventional restry is a practical and low-cost means of implementing many forms of. Agroforestry is an age old practice throughout the world, but its recognition as a science is nearly three decades old. The scientific and systematic research on tree-crop interactions, in India, started in late 's and got major support and impetus with the establishment of All India Coordinated Research Project (AICRP) on Agroforestry in by s: 1.