3 edition of Woody plants in agro-ecosystems of semi-arid regions found in the catalog.
Woody plants in agro-ecosystems of semi-arid regions
Includes bibliographical references (p. -335) and index.
|Statement||Henk Breman, Jan-Joost Kessler.|
|Series||Advanced series in agricultural sciences ;, v. 23, Advanced series in agricultural sciences ;, 23.|
|Contributions||Kessler, Jan-Joost, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||SB172.5.S15 B74 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|ISBN 10||3540583548, 0387583548|
|LC Control Number||94035343|
First author email: [email protected] *Corresponding author email: [email protected] (Chinese Academy of Agricultural Engineering, Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering, Postdoctoral Scientific Research Stations of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Engineering, Beijing, China) Summary and Conclusions China is the world's largest cotton producer, consumer and importer, and Xinjiang. The grassland, and similar range vegetation of palatable and nutritious forbs, is replaced by thorny woody bushes (a notable example is the mesquite invading American rangelands in semi-arid territories) or succulents (such as arid-land chenopods, zygophyl- lums, cacti, cactus-like euphorbias), and rangelands fail to support animal herds, and Cited by:
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The role of woody plants in this region, as assessed in this book, is extrapolated to other semi-arid regions, leading to general conclusions on agroforestry's potential as an option for sustainable land use in semi-arid regions.
The origins of this book go back towhen the Club du Sahel requested that available data on woody plants in. Get this from a library. Woody plants in agro-ecosystems of semi-arid regions: with an emphasis on the Sahelian countries.
[Henk Breman; Jan-Joost Kessler]. This book provides a quantitative analysis of the role of woody plants in semi-arid regions, for the aSSessment of their benefits in agrosylvopastoralland-use systems with productive and sus tainability objectives. The insights presented and conclusions drawn allow the additional benefits of woody plants for specific climatic and physical site conditions and land-use systems to be estimated.
This book provides a quantitative analysis of the role of woody plants in semiarid regions, for the assessment of their benefits in agrosilvopastoral land-use systems with productive and sustainability objectives.
The insights presented and conclusions drawn allow the additional benefits of woody plants for specific climatic and physical site conditions and land-use systems to be by: Get this from a library. Woody Plants in Agro-Ecosystems of Semi-Arid Regions: with an Emphasis on the Sahelian Countries.
[Henk Breman; Jan-Joost Kessler] -- This is a fundamental analysis of the influence of woody plants on agricultural production, in relation to characteristics of these plants, with examples mostly from the Sahelian countries. Cite this chapter as: Breman H., Kessler JJ.
() Production of Woody Plants. In: Woody Plants in Agro-Ecosystems of Semi-Arid Regions. Advanced Series in Agricultural Sciences, vol Author: Henk Breman, Jan-Joost Kessler. A quantitative analysis of the role of woody plants in semi-arid regions is provided for the assessment of their benefits in agro-silvo-pastoral land use systems with productive and sustainable objectives.
The focus is placed on the Sahel and the Sudan zones of West Africa, which represent resource-poor conditions. The concept of agroforestry, which is considered partly as a low external-input Cited by: Woody plants in agro-ecosystems of semi-arid regions: Author(s) Breman, H.; Kessler, J.J.
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