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Production Technology and Management of Agroforestry Models / Chauhan, Sanjeev K.; Gill, S.S.; Khajuria, H.N. & Chauhan, Rajni
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Production Technology and Management of Agroforestry Models
Chauhan, Sanjeev K.; Gill, S.S.; Khajuria, H.N. & Chauhan, Rajni
 
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  Book ID : 30197
  ISBN-10 : 81-8321-029-5 / 8183210295
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-8321-029-4 / 9788183210294
  Place of Publication : Udaipur
  Year of Publication : 2012
  Edition : (Reprint)
  Language : English
  448p., Figs., Tables, Index, 25 cm. (First Edition pub. in 2006)
   
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CONTENTS:-
1. Agroforestry -- opportunities and challenges / K.R. Solanki.
2. Forests interfaced with crops -- Indian context / H.N. Khajuria and S.S. Gill.
3. Agroforestry models for rehabilitation of sodic soils / Gurbachan Singh.
4. Socio-economic upliftment through diversification / Sanjeev K. Chauhan.
5. The tree-crop productivity under different agroforestry systems / R.S. Dhanda.
6. Productivity of popular based agroforestry models in North-Western India / R.C. Dhiman.
7. Reclamation of degraded lands through agroforestry interventions / P. Rai and A.K. Handa.
8. Agroforestry for ameliorating productivity and sustainability of degraded lands / O.S. Tomar.
9. Crop cultivation under tree canopy / B.S. Gill.
10. Vegetable growing under agroforestry systems / D.S. Khurana.
11. Flower cultivation under tree canopy / Ramesh Kumar.
12. Horticultural crops - an alternative in agroforestry intervention / W.S. Dhillon.
13. Integration of medicinal and aromatic plants in agroforestry / N.S. Chauhan.
14. Fodder production technology in agroforestry / K.P. Puri.
15. Production potential of silvipasture systems / P. Rai and A.K. Handa.
16. Screening for shade tolerant crop plants for agroforestry systems / Allah Rang.
17. Canopy management in agroforestry / P.S. Thakur.
18. Micro-environmental changes through windbreaks / shelterbelts / G.S. Bains.
19. Principles of plus tree selection for agroforestry plantations / D.S. Sidhu.
20. Significance of seed source in producing quality planting stock / H.N. Khajuria.
21. Legislation on biological diversity conservation, facilitated access and benefit sharing / Sudhir Kochhar.
22. Patenting and intellectual property rights with special emphasis on PBR / R.C. Sharma.
23. Importance of seed quality in tree seed technology / S.D. Bhardwaj.
24. Nursery technology and plantation techniques for agroforestry tree species / R.K. Nayital.
25. Experimental designs and data analysis in agroforestry / Seema Jaggi.
26. Awareness and adoption of poplar based agroforestry models / Rakesh Nanda and S.K. Chauhan.
27. Influencing farmer's decision on agroforestry / Ajay Sharma and S.M. Puri.
28. People's participation in agroforestry / D.S. Dhillon.
29. Agroforestry models and their production cum marketing ailments / H.S. Dhaliwal.
30. Organic farming and agroforestry in increasing quality produce / D.S. Kler.
31. Allelopathy in agroforestry system with special reference to eucalyptus / R.K. Kohli.
32. Soil health in relation to agroforestry / I.M. Chhibba.
33. Management of natural resources through integrated watershed approach for sustainable ecosystem of Shiwaliks / R.K. Aggarwal.
34. Watershed management experiences of lower Shiwalik hills / S.P. Mittal.
35. Conservation of forest resources for sustainable management of agro-ecosystem / D.S. Sidhu.
36. Management of degraded lands through plantation / S.D. Bhardwaj.
37. Agroforestry tree planting technology for saline soils / O.S. Tomar. 38. Utilization of fly ash in agriculture and revegetation of dumping sites / B.D. Kansal.
38. Global warming and strategies to decrease greenhouse gas emissions form agriculture / K.S. Verma.
39. Carbon sequestration in soil-plant system / D.K. Benbi.
40. Orchid cultivation: a venture climbing vocation under agroforestry programme / S.P. Vij.
41. Energy -- meeting requirements through agroforestry / P.S. Chauhan.
42. Exotics in Indian forestry / Rajni Chauhan and H.S. Saralch.
43. Use of biotechnological tools in agroforestry / S.S. Gosal.
44. Measuring tree growth parameters and estimating timber volume in standing agroforestry trees / R.S. Dhanda.
45. Remote sensing in forest tree cover mapping / P.K. Sharma.
46. Production and marketing of major forest products in Punjab / D.K. Grover and Joginder Singh.
47. Environment and sustainable development: issues and strategies / G.S. Dhaliwal.
48. Uses of beneficial micro-organisms in forest trees / Pritpal Kaur Chahal.
49. Control of insect-pests attack in agroforestry plantations / A.S. Sohi, K.S. Sangha and P.S. Shera.
50. Management of forest tree diseases / G.S. Rattan and Parminder Singh.
51. Exploiting irrigation and nutrient potential of waste water for afforestation / R. Chhabra.
52. Renovation of sewage through soil aquifer treatment system / J.K. Chawla.
53. Private sector forestry research: a success story from India / Piare Lal.
54. Bird conservation potential of agro-ecosystem in Punjab / K.S. Khera.
55. Agroforestry resources and internet links / S.C. Uppal.

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Under the given changed world scenario as a result of globalization of the trade, agriculture has also to be received as an industry. Following GATT agreement and the procedures of WTO, anything can be imported from anywhere and vice versa including farm based products. It is therefore imperative that land is put under the most appropriate management system. Conventional or traditional system of management of farmlands is not going to work. It has to be competitive and oriented as per the needs of the day. Agroforestry, tree plus crop together, as one of the farm management options has tremendous potential. This will not jeopardize the food production. In order to have food security, area from agriculture can not be diverted to raise trees to fill the gap between demand and supply of wood based products. It is noble way of growing trees. In view of the growing emphasis on suitable forest management, tree resources outside public forest have been receiving attention at national and international level. Agroforestry is ecologically sound as well trees add to biodiversity and help in moderating the harsh climate. The leaf fall, underground roots, shade effects, reduction in soil erosion, etc. help in maintaining soil fertility. However, farmers will not spare their agricultural land for sole raising of trees, therefore agroforestry seem to be the only available option for maximum and sustainable productivity while preserving the environment. Over the years, farmers have been integrating tree+crop+animal components for sustenance. With the passage of time, the agricultural components received priority over woody elements for sustaining self-sufficiency in food grains. The population pressure resulted in small holdings and consequently lesser number of trees on the farms providing food, fodder, fibre, fuel, fertilizer, fruit, etc. The introduction of high yielding crops has no doubt resulted in self sufficiency in foodgrains but its role in degrading natural resources can not be overlooked. In order to bring a balance between food sufficiency and ecological stability it is paramount to copy the nature by integrating different biota of life i.e., trees/shrubs/bushes, high value cash crops and/or animal husbandry. The traditional systems, which have been evolved by trial and error by our villagers, are to be preserved and improved by adding scientific input of tree+crop+animal modeling and by introducing superior genetic base in these polycultural systems. Agroforestry systems with their element of intercropping are similar to natural systems and have, therefore, an element of sustainability associated with them. Today agroforestry is one of the important option for the diversification of agriculture in the country. It is a natural resource conserving system not resource depleting system. However, there is ample vacuum as regards bio-physical and socio-economic processes involved in the component. Keeping in view the growing importance of the subject, this publications Production Technology and Management of Agroforestry Models has been brought out for the ready reference of the readers on the recent developments in the field of agroforestry. This publications will help in plugging the vacuum in the knowledge base and support in shaping the future research programme in agroforestry. The publications will be helpful to the scientists, planners, managers, farmers and the students.
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