2 edition of evaluation of the structure and function of tropical homegardens found in the catalog.
evaluation of the structure and function of tropical homegardens
E. C. M. Fernandes
by International Council for Research in Agroforestry in Nairobi, Kenya
Written in English
|Statement||E.C.M. Fernandes and P.K.R. Nair.|
|Series||ICRAF working paper ;, no. 38, Working paper (International Council for Research in Agroforestry) ;, no. 38.|
|Contributions||Nair, P. K. R.|
|LC Classifications||SB176.T76 F47 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35, vi p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||86981149|
Fernandes ECM, Nair PKR. An Evolution of the structure and function of tropical homegardens. Agr Syst. ; – doi: /X(86) Fernandes ECM, Nair PKR. An Evaluation of the Structure and Function of Tropical Homegardens. In: Landauer K, Brazil M, editors. Tropical Home Gardens. It was hypothesised that the land ownership with clear titles has an influence on incorporating perennial tree flora. Hence, this study compares the types and density of tree species in homegardens of inherited and settled lands in close proximity of Anuradhapura city, with subsistence farming activities. Mean harvestable tree density was trees/ac in inherited lands compared to .
An Evolution of the Structure and Function of Tropical Homegardens. Agricultural Systems, FDREPCC (Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Population Census Commission). (). An evaluation of the structure and function of tropical homegardens. (). An Indian garden at Santa Lucia. (). Analysis of homestead production and utilisation systems at FSR site, Kalikapur. Research report On-farm Research Division, ().
The home vegetation features in urban landscapes play an important role as indicators of urban biodiversity potential. They are also ornamental resources in the context of landscape appreciation for the human environment. This study gives information about existing plant species that have already been determined and evaluated according to plant characteristics (aesthetic & visual, functional. Tropical homegardens are traditional agroforestry systems with complex structure and multiple functions. These multi-species production systems are regarded as the model systems for designing sustainable agroecosystems. However, with the advent of market economy, mixed species tropical homegardens are being transformed into single species dominant homegardens.
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An analysis of the structural and functional aspects of ten selected homegarden systems from different ecological and geographical regions shows that the average size of the homegarden units is less than 05 ha; yet they are composed of a large number of woody and herbaceous species, carefully structured to form 3–5 vertical canopy strata, with each component having a specific place, as well as by: Structure and function of tropical homegardens STRUCTURE OF HOMEGARDENS In spite of the very small average size of the management units, homegardens are characterized by a high species diversity and usually vertical canopy strata (Table 2), thus indicating the intimacy of plant associations.
Structure and function of tropical homegardens HOMEGARDENS AS AN AGROFORESTRY SYSTEM The definition of agroforestry as adopted by ICRAF, and now being almost unanimously accepted, is as follows: Agroforestry is a collective name for land-use systems and technolo- gies where woody perennials are deliberately used on the same land-management units as Cited by: The book contains some very detailed studies of homegardens from different continents.
likely to be accessible in specialist libraries and research institutes." (David Gibbon, Experimental Agriculture, Vol.
43, ) "The book is a well-structured collection of papers by experts in this field. The book contains some very detailed studies of homegardens from different continents. likely to be accessible in specialist libraries and research institutes." (David Gibbon, Experimental Agriculture, Vol.
43, ) "The book is a well-structured collection of papers by experts in this field. ‘Homegardens’ are integrated tree – crop – animal production systems, often in small parcels of land surrounding homesteads, and primarily found in tropical environments.
These agroforestry systems, developed and nurtured by farmers through generations of innovation and experiment, are often cited as the epitome of sustainability, yet.
Homegardens of Mesoamerica: Biodiversity, food security, and nutrient management F. Montagnini 61 Section 2: Structure, Function, and Dynamics of Homegardens Homegarden dynamics in Kerala, India A.
Peyre, A. Guidal, K.F. Wiersum, and F. Bongers 87 Structure and dynamics of coconut-based agroforestry systems in Melanesia. Fernandes, E.C.M. and Nair, P.K.R. An evaluation of the structure and function of tropical homegardens.
Agricultural Systems Landauer, K. and Brazil, M. (eds.). Tropical Home Gardens. United Nations, University Press, Tokyo, Japan.
Nair, P.K.R. Fruit Trees in Agroforestry. Working Paper. Fernandes ECM, Nair PKR () An evaluation of the structure and function of tropical home gardens.
Int Counc Res Agrofor, Nairobi, Kenya Google Scholar Ferres M, Townshend TG () The social, health and wellbeing benefits of allotments: five societies in Newcastle. This research paper focuses on characterization of homegardens in terms of technology needs and techno-socio-economic dimensions.
The study location was Central Kerala region consisting of Thrissur, Palakkad and Ernakulam districts of India due to the presence of specialized homegarden system. A total of 30 homegarden farmers were selected, to assess the homegardens in terms of technology needs.
Fernandes, E. & Nair, P. R., "An evaluation of the structure and function of tropical homegardens," Agricultural Systems, Elsevier, vol. 21(4), pages. This book is an artistic output of many research papers, researchers efforts to provide an information on highly diverse structure and multiple functionality of homegarden and to revive back the ecological and socioeconomic sustainability of homegarden in Kerala, though there has been adverse affect on the traditional practice of highly diverse structure and Author: Harikrishnan C.
P., Kunhamu T. K., Ajeesh R. Homegardens agroforestry system is one of the most prevalent types of land use systems suitable to high rainfall areas in tropical conditions. Homegardens represent intimate, multistory. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Permaculture: Tropical Homegardens-A Time Tested Example of Sustainable Agroforestry". An evaluation of the structure and function of tropical homegardens E. Fernandes and P. Nair Agricultural Systems,vol.
21, issue 4, Traditional homegardens often show complicated structures, diverse floristic compositions, multiple functions, low input (including labor and money), and ecological and socioeconomic sustainability.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Homegardens. It is also likely that similar patterns of domestication have happened for other plant species in Homegardens around the world, especially in those with long history as in South and Southeast Asia (Wiersum, ).
The structure, composition and diversity of Homegardens results from the influence of. Tropical homegardens have provided sustenance to millions of farmers, and prosperity to some, around the world, for centuries.
The annotated bibliography and evaluation of homegarden literature by Brownrigg () illustrates the diversity, complexity, and value of homegardens; but it concludes with a call for research on removing the ambiguity surrounding the homegardens as a development tool (Nair ). Homegarden agroforestry system mostly constitutes complex multi-strata than other agroforestry systems.
The aim of this study was to investigate the structure, composition and diversity of plant species growing in homegarden agroforestry system in Bulen district, North-West Ethiopia.
The study was conducted in five kebeles of the district, which were randomly selected. An Evaluation of the Structure and Function of Tropical Home Gardens. In Landauer, K. and Brazil, M. (eds.), Tropical home gardens.
United Nations University Press, Tokyo. pp. Galluzzi, G., Eyzaguirre, P., & Negri, V. (). Fernandes ECM, Nair PKR. An evaluation of the structure and function of tropical homegardens. Agric Syst. ; – doi: /X(86) Fischler M, Wortmann CS. Green manures for maize-bean systems in eastern Uganda: agronomic performance and farmers’ perceptions.Homegardens are a common feature in many tropical countries, and often exhibit remarkable variability in composition and structure (Price & CampbellMendez et al.CeccoliniKehlenbeck & MaassAlbuquerque et al.Peyre et al.